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They were posted for free by former Babuk gang members who’ve bickered, squabbled and huffed off to start their own darn ransomware businesses, dagnabbit.
Credentials pilfered from 87,000 unpatched Fortinet SSL-VPNs have been posted online, the company has confirmed.
Or then again, maybe the number is far greater. On Wednesday, BleepingComputer reported that it’s been in touch with a threat actor who leaked a list of nearly half a million Fortinet VPN credentials, allegedly scraped from exploitable devices last summer.
The news outlet has analyzed the file and reported that it contains VPN credentials for 498,908 users over 12,856 devices. BleepingComputer didn’t test the credentials but said that all of the IP addresses check out as Fortinet VPN servers.
According to analysis done by Advanced Intel, the IP addresses are for devices worldwide. As the chart below shows, there are 22,500 victimized entities located in
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