In what appears to be a targeted cyber attack, the NDT SEC hacking group has reportedly aimed at Delta Electronics’ website in Thailand.
Despite the hacker collective claiming responsibility for the Delta Electronics data breach, the company website continues to function.
The alleged breach has raised concerns about the potential compromise of sensitive information, as stated by NDT SEC hacking group.
The Cyber Express reached out to the company to gain insights into the situation and ascertain the extent of the Delta Electronics data breach. However, at the time of writing, no official records or statements had been released by the company.
The assertion of the Delta Electronics data breach was propagated through NDT SEC’s Telegram channel. In a bid to substantiate their claims, the hackers have shared several links as evidence, aiming to underscore the seriousness of the alleged Delta Electronics data breach.
Delta Electronics data breach: What we know so far?
What sets this Delta Electronics data breach incident apart is that it is by no means an isolated event attributed to the NDT SEC hacking group.
The hacker collective, known for its audacious cyber attacks, has previously identified multiple companies as victims of their hacking claims.
With a penchant for sharing data breaches on various social channels, Telegram, in particular, the NDT SEC hacking group seems determined to assert its digital prowess.
Only last month, several media channels shared reports of NDT SEC’s infiltration into the websites of the Thai Meteorological Department and Bangkok Expressway, and Metro Public Company Limited.
These incidents were accompanied by the group’s characteristic modus operandi of broadcasting their successes through Telegram.
This isn’t the first time the NDT SEC hacking group has caught the attention of cybersecurity observers.
A recent revelation emerged when the group revealed a list of nine banks on the dark web, purportedly intended as possible targets.
These banks, all situated within Thailand, were associated with an ongoing campaign referred to as #OpThailand.
Who is the NDT SEC hacking group?
The incursion into the banking sector was declared on NDT SEC’s Telegram channel, which serves as a central hub for their announcements.
Despite the claims, little is known about the NDT SEC hacking group, which obscures their operations. While the claims of cyber attacks on the banks mentioned above were boldly made, official confirmations from the banks were not revealed.
As the hacking collective continues to plan its cyberattacks, a pattern has emerged where the group is specifically targeting Thailand-based entities.
In an earlier episode, the NDT SEC hacking group boasted possession of a staggering 1GB of data obtained from the Mega Planet cyber attack. This trove encompassed information, such as the email addresses of the users, passwords, and administrative login credentials.
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