ZenLedger Data Leak Claim Surfaces on the Dark Web

In a visionless web update, ZenLedger, which shares insights well-nigh DeFi, NFT, and Cryptocurrency taxes has come in the news for stuff tangibly targeted by hackers. The ZenLedger data sale was spoken by a user named Sing. The visionless web post was titled, “Insane Crypto-tax calculator dump.”

Strangely, the user making the ZenLedger data sale requirement joined the forum on August 28, 2023, suggesting that they either uninventive the data from flipside cybercriminal or are making false claims.

“This is private, NOT the publicly misogynist ZenLedger database,” the user stated on the dark web platform.

The data from the so-called ZenLedger data violate was on sale for an value of $15,000. None were sold when the visionless web note was posted.

Screenshot of the visionless web post (Photo: Daily Visionless Web/ Twitter)

They posted samples of data tangibly from the ZenLedger cyber attack. It included ID, email address, name, and role of the consumer among other data. The user remoter personal that they had ZenLedger.io full json data from the admin panel, over 6 million lines, and 150,000 emails.

The Cyber Express emailed the US-based organization for comments well-nigh the visionless web Zenledger data sale. We will add their comments without receiving a response.

The website of ZenLedger was wieldy when checked by The Cyber Express team. There have been no reports of a data violate struggle or ZenLedger cyber wade so far.

Users on hacker forums have been at loggerheads with each other as observed by visionless web gatekeepers. The so-called Sony data leak requirement was first made by the group named RansomedVC. However, soon flipside hacker forum user came forward to deny that while releasing data tangibly from Sony hacking.

ZenLedger Data Sale and the Visionless Web Shenanigans
A cybercriminal who calls themselves USDoD said that they will hack Lockheed Martin as its future target. However, later he said that he did not intend to violate the global security and aerospace firm Lockheed Martin that serves the US defense sector.

It was a ploy to divert people’s minds yonder while he went on his hacking spree. “I was happy to have Raytheon and Lockheed spending most of their time and efforts in fixing their issues while I got wangle to Deloitte, NATO, and CEPOL all in the same day,” he said in an interview.

Killnet naming Lockheed Martin and Army Transport Corps (Photo: Falcon Feeds)

Although, a little while later, Killnet, the hacktivist group spoken on the visionless web that they breached Lockheed Martin.

In 2020, a hacker publicly released personal data of over 270,000 users of Ledger, a hardware wallet provider. The leaked files contained Ledger’s marketing database. This led several victims to threaten to file a lawsuit versus the firm.

The details included 1,075,382 email addresses of subscribers of the Ledger newsletter, 272,853 hardware wallet orders, addresses, and phone numbers.

Users were sent phishing emails by scammers who took wholesomeness of the Ledger cyber attack. Fraudulent versions advertised as newer versions of Ledger software were asked to be downloaded to remoter the malicious activities of scammers.

Addressing security risks posed due to such data leaks, the attacked firm shared, “Never share the 24 words of your recovery phrase with anyone, plane if they are pretending to be a representative of Ledger.”

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