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IntelBroker Hacker Claims SigningHub Data Leak

The breach, reportedly orchestrated by threat actor and shares insights into the operation of the organization.

by Ashish Khaitan May 9, 2024 in Dark Web News, Firewall Daily, Hacker Claims Reading Time: 3 mins read 0

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IntelBroker has claimed the , impacting the UK-based online document signing and digital signature creation service provider. The breach, reportedly orchestrated by threat actor IntelBroker and disclosed on nuovo BreachForums, shares insights into the operation of the organization. 

IntelBroker, a known entity in the hacker community, revealed the breach on May 8, 2024, shedding light on an incident that occurred in December 2023. The leaked source code encompasses crucial elements of SigningHub's infrastructure, including API services, docker container files, certificates, libraries, and other sensitive data. 

This breach has implications not only for SigningHub but also for its parent company, Ascertia Limited, headquartered in Surrey, United Kingdom.

Decoding the SigningHub Data Leak Claims

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The announcement of the paints a grim picture of the intrusion and its impact. The post, titled “SigningHub – File Signing SRC Leaked, Download!”, was shared by the threat actor while other users commended the hacker for this intrusion, stating the SigningHub code leak was “another great hit”, “top release” and other words of praise. 

The Cyber Express has reached out to Ascertia to learn more about this SigningHub data leak. However, at the time of writing this, no official statement or response has been shared. The absence of a response leaves the claims surrounding the unverified, exacerbating concerns among users and stakeholders.

In an attempt to shed light on the operation associated with the hacker, The Cyber Express reached out to IntelBroker for insights into their motivations and methods. In a recent interview, IntelBroker shared details of their hacking journey, affiliations, and previous exploits, highlighting the scale and sophistication of their operations.

The IntelBroker Modus Operandi and Recent Attacks

 

IntelBroker's track record includes a series of high-profile breaches targeting organizations across various sectors, ranging from aviation and technology to government agencies.

Notable breaches attributed to IntelBroker include infiltrations at the Los Angeles International Airport, Acuity, General Electric, DC Health Link, and others, each revealing the extent of vulnerabilities in digital infrastructure.

The alleged breach at SigningHub adds another layer of complexity to the IntelBroker operations as the hacker has claimed multiple data breaches in 2024, highlighting the pressing issue of security.

The Cyber Express will be closely monitoring the situation and we'll update this post once we have more information on the SigningHub source code leak or any official confirmation from the organization.

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