Tuesday, July 23, 2024

Vevo Got Hacked After Employee Questioned their Abilities

Hacking Group Ourmine who recently hijacked WikiLeaks DNS, now breached leading official online video provider Vevo. They have posted almost 3.12TB of Internal files online.

The leaked source consists of documents, videos, music charts, promotional materials and various other details about the artists.

Ourmine made the files publically available and upon their request now most of the files are deleted while writing we have checked the leaked source, all the download links redirecting Vevo page. This leak first reported by Gizmodo.

Why the Leak occurs?- Vevo

OurMine is well known for hacking social media accounts and website defacement, they took over Mark Zuckerberg’s (Twitter account), Adam Mosseri(Twitter account), BuzzFeed website defacement and much more in last three years.

Ourmine claims they posted videos on their site after communicating with Vevo employee and they said F**k of you don’t have anything which results in the leak.

Their spokesperson told Gizmodo can confirm that Vevo experienced a data breach as a result of a phishing scam via Linkedin. We have addressed the issue and are investigating the extent of exposure.

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