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Cyber Heals has detected a leak of National ID Cards from a prominent university in Kuwait

Mar 27 2024
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Cyber Heals has detected a leak of National ID Cards from a prominent university in Kuwait.

CyberHeals has detected a monumental data breach involving a prominent university in the state of Kuwait. On 24th September 2023, a threat actor unveiled a sample of this breach on a Breached forum. This massive security lapse exposed over twelve thousand private PDFs, each laden with highly sensitive data. The leaked dataset doesn't just stop at student data; it encompasses front and back images of ID cards, showcasing not only the students but also their parents. Added to this are passports, birth certificates, and a wealth of other personal information.

The ramifications of this breach are far-reaching. It presents a severe risk of identity theft, opening doors for malicious entities to commit financial fraud and other malevolent activities. The university's once-stellar reputation now teeters on the edge, facing potential legal consequences, substantial financial penalties, and a dwindling trust from its community.

At the heart of our discovery is Ultra Heals, our avant-garde AI tool. With relentless precision, it dives into the shadowy corners of the dark and deep web, unearthing potential threats. Ultra Heals' capabilities don't just end at detection. It ensures swift alerts to the affected parties, paving the way for immediate remedial actions.

Our unwavering commitment is to proactively spotlight and neutralize threats, aiding institutions in safeguarding their revered reputation and the deep-seated trust of their affiliates. As the intricate web of cyber threats continues to evolve and challenge, take solace in knowing that with CyberHeals standing guard, you possess a formidable bastion against the pitfalls of the digital realm.

#cybersecurity #databreach #PII #dataleak #Darkweb #Threats #Kuwait #Middleeast

 

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