Telegram is used by millions of people who want to keep their privacy online. Unfortunately, the app is also used by bad actors who are trying to spread sensitive data and carry out cyber attacks. The safety experts at SafetyDetectives regularly scroll through Telegram groups on the dark web and in the app to look for suspicious activities.
The hacker group Kelvin Security has been focusing on a variety of industries and government agencies in the USA, China, Russia and other countries. They publish their hacking actions and leaks via Twitter and Telegram channels, which everyone can access. This allows them to sell stolen data to interested buyers.
They recently shared a screenshot of a private conversation between Nigar, an Azerbaijani woman who moved to Cuba, and her ex-husband. The image shows them having sex in their hotel room, and Nigar believes her ex-husband secretly recorded them to blackmail her brother, who is an activist against the Azerbaijani president.
This channel is a popular groupe telegram leak -sharing platform, with more than 54k subscribers worldwide. It shares documents, papers and malware source codes with its audience, and the team often answers questions in the chatrooms. The group is active and frequently updates its channels, but also has VIP sub-groups for its audience.
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