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Russian hacker group TA505 had a server in Stockholm

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Russian hacker group TA505 had a server in Stockholm, Sweden.

Following an anonymous tip, the police have discovered that an international cybercrime network has stored one of its servers in Hägersten in Stockholm.

The server was seized in May 2021, by the Police, but not until now they show their findings.

The server has now been taken care of by Södertörn District Court and the hard drive is said to contain material from the Russian criminal hacker group TA505.

Sensitive information stolen:

When the server, that hosted several virtual servers, was analyzed, it turned out that the hacker group had infringed on a very large number of people, who had personal and sensitive information stolen.

The victims have also had malicious code installed in their computers, allowing the hackers to remote control the computers.

The virtual servers:

Thirteen of the virtual servers contain software and scripts that the police believe was used by threatening actors to commit data breaches.

Another five virtual servers were likely used to send so-called phishing emails.

On one of the virtual servers documented sexual abuse of children has been found.

Five of the other servers are suspected of having being used to sell illegal substances online.

Police have also found several files used as configuration files for targeted cyber attacks against various web services and companies, such as Burger King, Discord, Gamestop, Laredoute, Spotify and Wish.

Other servers have material linked to fraud and the sale of sexual services.

The estimated value of the server is approximately SEK 124,000.

 

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