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  • ARES group lures former BreachForums users to their own sites

    According to the latest report from Cyfirma, a hacker group called ARES is rapidly gaining notoriety and reputation among cybercriminals by selling and leaking databases stolen from corporations and government agencies.

    The attackers appeared on Telegram at the end of 2021 and were linked to the Adrastea hacker group, the RansomHouse ransomware, and the KelvinSecurity data breach platform.

    The ARES Group is currently administering its own data breach site, ARES Leaks, and a related forum, LeakBase, which could potentially fill the void left by the BreachForums shutdown.

    ARES Leaks is a new platform hosted on the regular web (no onion routing required to access) that offers access to data leaks from 65 countries including the US, France, Spain, Australia and Italy. The website hosts leaks of all types of information: phone numbers, email addresses, customer details, their passports, B2B databases, government leaks, and more.

    In addition, a number of services can be purchased on the site, such as exploiting vulnerabilities, penetration testing, developing malware, organizing DDoS attacks, etc.

    ARES also operates private VIP channels on Telegram, allegedly selling more valuable data leaks from well-known entities. In the same place, representatives of the group periodically post vacancies for hiring experienced hackers and pentesters. Payment for databases and services among participants and hired specialists, of course, takes place in cryptocurrency.

    In early 2023, ARES also launched its own data breach forum called LeakBase. Aggressive advertising and the closure of the Breached hacker forum forced many users to switch to this particular platform.

    LeakBase is also hosted on the open web and offers free databases, a marketplace for selling leaks, finding leads, buying/selling exploits and services, and an escrow payment system, which inspires a certain amount of trust among participants.

    The forum also publishes a variety of programming guides, hacking tips, tutorials on social engineering, penetration, cryptography, anonymity, and more.

    Currently, LeakBase is still far from Breached, but its reputation seems to be skyrocketing. The forum may soon become an important center of information and services for cybercriminals.

    ARES appears to be a well-organized group of cybercriminals that continues to expand their operations and services to cover all major interests of cybercriminals. Cyfirma believes that ARES sees the closure of Breached as an opportunity to accelerate its growth and strengthen its position in the darknet market.

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