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13,280,831 leaked accounts discovered by the BreachAware® Research Team last week.

27 March 2023

A total of 32 breaches were found and analysed resulting in 13,280,831 leaked accounts containing a total of 19 different data types. The breaches found publicly and freely available included Gemo Test, Stealer - Mixed Logs 0272, Stealer - Mixed Logs 0268, Stealer - Mixed Logs 0265 and Foodora. Sign in to view the full BreachAware Breach Index which includes, where available, reference articles relating to each breach.


A member of the team picked up an interesting file containing sensitive user data from a bank. The institution in question boasts vast resources and a support network from their international operations. The Wall Street Journal also recently reported news of an FBI investigation into the alleged bank computer security breach by hackers linked to a cyber gang. The executives, however, categorically denied the breach and investigation at the Bank.

Next up, a popular food delivery company that suffered a data breach back in 2019 are seeing their breached data re-circulated again. The company was founded back in 2014 and offer their services in 4 out of 5 Nordic countries seems to have gone through various relocating of its HQ and purchased a number of other small food delivery company's. It's not unusual for breached data to be recirculated again and again, it can still be of value to bad actors not the least because most people disregard the potential risks.

To finish, a company which specialises in high quality "assessment writing" has suffered a breach. The site has a wide variety of writers and editors who cover a range of assignments from course work to case studies and other various academic exams. It's a shame these kinds of services weren’t around when we were in school ;-) The company prides itself on the fact that "all the assignments done by our team are 100% original and unique" - to avoid being caught cheating. From as low as $16 you can get an essay written for you at a masters level.


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