Hackers sell stolen user data from HomeChef, ChatBooks, and Chronicle

Ionut Ilascu reports:

Three more high-profile databases are being offered for sale by the same group claiming the Tokopedia and Unacademy breaches, and the more recently reported theft of Microsoft’s private GitHub repositories.

Going by the name Shiny Hunters, the group is now selling user records from meal kit delivery service HomeChef, from photo print service ChatBooks, and Chronicle.com, a news source for higher education.

Read more on BleepingComputer.

Are “Shiny Hunters” the same individuals we have seen before under other names? There’s something very familiar about all this, but we’ll see….

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  1. Vinny Troia - May 10, 2020

    You know exactly who this is. There is a reason it all seems familiar to you. More details soon.

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