SolarLeaks site claims to sell data stolen in SolarWinds attacks | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

SolarLeaks site claims to sell data stolen in SolarWinds attacks

A website named 'SolarLeaks' is selling data they claim was stolen from companies confirmed to have been breached in the SolarWinds attack.

Last month, it was disclosed that network management company SolarWinds suffered a sophisticated cyberattack that led to a supply chain attack affecting 18,000 customers.

According to a joint statement issued by the FBI, CISA, and the NSA, this attack was "likely" conducted by a Russian state-sponsored hacking group who wanted to steal cloud data such as email and files from its victims.

Today, a solarleaks[.]net website was launched that claims to be selling the stolen data from Microsoft, Cisco, FireEye, and SolarWinds. All of these companies are known to have been breached during the supply chain attack.

The website claims to be selling Microsoft source code and repositories for $600,000. Microsoft confirmed that threat actors accessed their source code during their SolarWinds breach.

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