ShinyHunters: ShinyHunters is showing no signs of slowing their slew of attacks anytime soon. Early yesterday, 21 new databases were listed for sale by ShinyHunters on RaidForums. The new collection of victims from the threat group appears to be a random assortment with no unifying pattern among the targets of the now infamous hacker(s). Along with the 21 new databases was another post for the previously breached Tokopedia, which ShinyHunters initially posted for sale in early May. The other 21 sites were a collection of shopping, education, dating, cooking, and technology sites. Along with their listing of all the items for sale was a promise of “new data coming soon.” The complete list of new databases for sale includes catho.com, chatbooks.com, unacademy.com, ck12.org, braingenie (a division of ck12), leafly.com, minted.com, mathway.com, wappalyzer.com, styleshare.kr, bhinneka.com, ggumim.co.kr, homechef.com, startribune.com, indaba, zerista.com, yw.com, jewelry.com, rewardstyle.com, accuradio.com, and zoosk.com.
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