Telegram Insider Server Access Offered On Dark Web Marketplace

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An advertisement on the dark web marketplace is claiming to offer insider access to Telegram servers the non-negotiable price of $20,000. Telegram is a messaging app that is popular and widely used for secure communication and is often used by businesses and organizations.

The advertisement, which was discovered by SafetyDetectives cybersecurity research firm, claims that the access will allow the buyer to read private messages, delete accounts and groups, and even shut down the entire Telegram service. The advertisement also states that the access will be provided through a Telegram employee.

It is important to note that the authenticity of the advertisement and the access being offered cannot be confirmed. However, it highlights the potential risks of insider threats and the importance of monitoring employee access to sensitive systems and data.

Organizations should also have strong access controls in place to prevent unauthorized access to servers and data. Additionally, they should be vigilant about monitoring for suspicious activity and take appropriate action if any is detected.

Insider threats can be just as dangerous as external threats and it is crucial for organizations to have measures in place to protect against them. This incident is a reminder of the need for organizations to be aware of the potential risks and take steps to mitigate them.

June Bauer

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