IntelBroker Alleges Channel Logistics LLC Data Breach

According to IntelBroker's claims, the leaked database, accompanied by Java source codes, was purportedly stolen from Channel Logistics LLC.

by Ashish Khaitan April 16, 2024 in Dark Web News, Firewall Daily, Hacker Claims Reading Time: 3 mins read 0

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IntelBroker has claimed the , operating under the brand Space-Eyes. The breach was announced on the BreachForums platform, however, the black hat–hacking crime forum is facing its own set of issues from other hacking groups and is currently down. 

According to IntelBroker's claims, the leaked database, accompanied by Java source codes, was purportedly stolen from Channel Logistics LLC. The incident is said to have taken place in April 2024.

The leaked data comprises three files, namely “CASUALTY_202404150045.csv,” “DENIED_PERSON.csv,” and “PTUSER.csv.” Notably, the “DENIED_PERSON.csv” file contains personally identifiable information (PII) of users, including names, addresses, contact details, and more.

IntelBroker Alleges Channel Logistics LLC Data Breach

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Among the sample files shared by the hacker, one particular concern is the discovery of email addresses linked to various US government entities within the leaked data. However, due to limited information, it has been challenging to ascertain the precise extent of the breach and its implications for these organizations.

Space-Eyes, a division of Channel Logistics LLC, specializes in technology services, with a focus on national security. The leaked documents reportedly include highly confidential information related to services provided to prominent US government agencies such as the Department of Justice, Department of Homeland Security, and the US military branches.

The Cyber Express has reached out to Channel Logistics LLC to learn more about this alleged . However, at the time of writing this, no official confirmation or denial has been shared, leaving the claims for this unconfirmed. 

Cyberattack on BreachForums' Clearnet Site

Upon further investigation, The Cyber Express found that the organization's website appears to be operational, showing no immediate signs of the reported breach. Moreover, BreachForums, the platform where IntelBroker disclosed the alleged breach, has faced its own set of challenges.

The clearnet site of BreachForums is currently inaccessible, with the administrator, Baphomet, issuing a statement acknowledging the suspension of the domain. Users have been advised to access the platform via TOR until the issue is resolved — leaving the clearnet users out of the sample data provided by the hacker. 

Additionally, BreachForums may have been targeted by a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack. R00TK1T, in conjunction with the CyberArmyofRussia, has claimed responsibility for the attack and threatened to publish the IP and email addresses of users. Despite this, the TOR address of BreachForums remains functional and is accessible to Tor users. 

As for the Channel Logistics LLC data breach, this is an ongoing story and The Cyber Express will be closely monitoring the situation. We'll update this post once we have more information on the alleged Channel Logistics LLC data leak. 


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