As usual DoppelPaymer ransomware operators add another data breach to their name. In this instance, they breached International Commerce & Marketing Corp (ICM), a fast-growing catalog marketing and manufacturing company based in the USA.
In 1988, ICM began producing mail-order catalogs using the company name of Delivery Concepts International (DCI). Three years later, Postal Products Unlimited, Inc. – a DCI subsidiary – started mail-related equipment, supply, and promotional products catalog tailored for the United States Postal Service. Meanwhile, the Mail Center Catalogue – DCI’s second catalog venture – addressed the mail-product needs of private-sector mail centers. Both catalogs were well received, and a pattern of growth was established. Currently, the manufacturing division produces many proprietary products including residential and commercial mailboxes, mail sorting equipment, custom pre-inked stamps, visual communication boards, and mail strapping. They are committed to serving their customers with distinction. They achieve customer satisfaction through innovative manufacturing and marketing of quality, affordable products by using full-color catalogs and the Internet.
The DopplePaymer ransomware operators leaked their files as shown below-:
The Cyble Research Team has identified and verified another major data breach. This data leak includes highly confidential and sensitive data such as recordings of phone conversations, the company’s dealer’s information, employee’s phone count database, ICM’s user’s information, and many more. Below are the snapshots of a few of the sensitive leaked files from the large lot.
Snapshot of ICM’s Dealer’s Information
Snapshot of the Employees Phone Count Database
Snapshot of Credit Check Log of Multiple Organizations
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