Data Breach Summary
In a recent investigation, we discovered a significant security breach on the dark web that resulted in the exposure of sensitive information from Omega-Elevators.com. The breach, dubbed “Omega-Elevators,” was detected on June 12th, 2023. The perpetrator behind this breach was identified as Sumo, who leaked approximately 2.85 GB of compromised data on the dark web forum Cronos.li. The stolen data includes ID, User ID, Device Info, App Version, SDK, OS Version, Model, and Device ID.
Where and How?
Omega-Elevators.com is an Indian company engaged in the manufacturing and maintenance of elevators. The security breach involved a breach of their database, which stored sensitive information. Based on our investigation, it appears that the attacker exploited vulnerabilities in the company’s systems to gain unauthorized access to the database. The stolen data, comprising user-related information such as ID, User ID, Device Info, App Version, SDK, OS Version, Model, and Device ID, was subsequently published on the dark web forum Cronos.li by Sumo. This breach poses a significant risk to both the company and its customers, as the compromised information can be utilized for various malicious activities, including identity theft and unauthorized access to devices and applications.
A Screenshot of the data can be found below:
Company Data Breach History
At this time, there is no known history of security breaches for Omega-Elevators.com prior to this incident. This security breach represents a serious threat to the company’s data integrity and emphasizes the need for immediate action to address the vulnerabilities exploited by the attacker. Omega-Elevators.com must prioritize enhancing its security measures to prevent similar incidents in the future.
Recommendations for Personal Data Protection
How Users Can Protect Their Information
To protect their personal information and accounts from being compromised, users should take the following steps:
– Change their passwords frequently, with a combination of letters, numbers, and symbols.
– Enable two-factor authentication whenever possible.
– Use unique passwords for each account, to prevent hackers from accessing multiple accounts with the same password.
– Be cautious of suspicious emails or messages, as they may contain phishing links that can compromise their accounts.
– Regularly monitor their accounts for any suspicious activity.
What is InsecureWeb?
InsecureWeb is a Dark Web monitoring service that keeps track of recent data breaches and tracks their impact by monitoring the darkest places of the internet. InsecureWeb notifies users and enterprises when their data has been found online and helps them mitigate the impact.