SingHealth Cyber Attacker Entered Network In August Last Year, TheDarkOverLord Resurfaces With Stolen Patient Records
TheDarkOverLord resurfaced in a dark web forum called the Kickass Forum last week, offering to sell a database of more than 67,000 stolen health records from medical and dental practices in the United States. The stolen records include names, addresses, phone numbers, birth dates, driver’s licence numbers, medical histories, and so on. TheDarkOverLord did not specify a price for the database and invited interested buyers to send him an encrypted message. TheDarkOverLord also offered to sell 131,000 personal records stolen from a gaming website, including email addresses, passwords, birth dates, IP addresses, and so on.
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