Shadow Brokers-Like Site Called SolarLeaks Sells Data Purportedly Stolen During SolarWinds Hack, Other Top Infosec Developments for 1/13/21
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A new website called SolarLeaks is selling data purported to have been stolen from Microsoft, Cisco, FireEye, and SolarWinds in the SolarWinds’ hack.
The site, reminiscent of the Shadow Brokers efforts during the last presidential election, says it sells Microsoft source code and repositories for $600,000 and claims to have the source code for multiple Cisco products, including the company's internal bug tracker. (Lawrence Abrams / Bleeping Computer)
Related: Reddit - cybersecurity, Wired, Bleeping Computer, Cyber Kendra, MSPowerUser
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