Anonymous's EUTNAIOA team claims that disk images were leaked from the server of Epik, a controversial US company that provided services to far-right organizations.
EUTNAIOA had previously leaked 180 GB of data from Epik servers, and many of them described the activities of far-right groups.
The previous leak included personally identifiable information, domain ownership files, SSH account credentials and keys, internal Git repos, payment histories and more.
Epik's latest stolen data leak contains "several bootable disk images from various systems" of Epik servers and is around 300 GB.
These are fully bootable disk images of Epik servers, and of course contain all the data contained in the hosting servers, such as passwords, API tokens and much more.
The leak was announced for the first time the DailyDot
BREAKING: The hacking collective Anonymous has announced another data leak from the web hosting company Epik.
Data includes full disk images of Epik's server infrastructure & exposes at least 59 API keys for Twitter, Coinbase, PayPal, & more.
- Mikael Thalen (@MikaelThalen) September 29, 2021