US chipmaker Intel is investigating a security breach after earlier today 20 GB of internal documents, with some marked "confidential" or "restricted secret," were uploaded online on file-sharing site MEGA. The data was published by Till Kottmann, a Swiss software engineer, who said he received the files from an anonymous hacker who claimed to have breached Intel earlier this year. Kottmann received the Intel leaks because he manages a very popular Telegram channel where he regularly publishes data that accidentally leaked online from major tech companies through misconfigured Git repositories, cloud servers, and online web portals. The Swiss engineer said today's leak represents the first part of a multi-part series of Intel-related leaks. ZDNet reviewed the content of today's files with security researchers who have previously analyzed Intel CPUs in past work, who deemed the leak authentic but didn't want to be named in this article due to ethical concerns of reviewing confidential data, and because of their ongoing relations with Intel. Per our analysis, the leaked files contained Intel intellectual property respective to the internal design of various chipsets. The files contained technical specs, product guides, and manuals for CPUs dating back to None of the leaked files contain sensitive data about Intel customers or employees, based on ZDNet's review. However, the question remains to what else the alleged hacker had access to before stealing and releasing Intel's confidential files.
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Clop is now publishing student, university data
Grades and social security numbers for students at the University of Colorado and University of Miami patient data have been posted online by the Clop ransomware group. Starting in December, threat actors affiliated with the Clop ransomware operation began targeting Accellion FTA servers and stealing the data stored on them. Companies use these servers to share sensitive files and information with people outside of their organization. Since February, the Clop ransomware operation has been publishing files stolen using vulnerabilities in Accellion FTA file-sharing servers. This week, the Clop ransomware gang started publishing screenshots of files stolen from Accellion FTA servers used by the University of Miami and Colorado. The Clop ransomware has begun to post screenshots of the stolen data, including university financial documents, student grades, academic records, enrollment information, and student biographical information. While the University of Miami did not disclose a data breach, they did use a secure file sharing service called 'SecureSend' that has since been shut down. While the University of Miami never disclosed a security incident, the Clop ransomware operation also published screenshots of patient data. This data includes medical records, demographic reports, and a spreadsheet with email addresses and phone numbers.
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