Hacker News article The hacker group known as “The Dark Web” has stolen thousands of printer receipts from several different digital print dupatas, the hacker group “TheDarkWeb” has revealed.
The group, also known as Dox-o-tron, published the leaked receipts on Twitter on Friday and is now circulating them on social media.
The stolen receipts are dated between March 20, 2016, and April 12, 2016.
According to the group, they were stolen from a Sony printer that was purchased by a user from a website called ‘Loot Crate’.
The group claims to have sold the stolen print receipts to several retailers, including a store in Germany, as well as to “major online retailers, such as Amazon and eBay”.
The hacker group is also alleged to have stolen a total of $9,869,717 from Amazon.com, which the group claims is worth approximately $1,600.
However, it is unclear whether the stolen prints are from the same printer or different ones.
According the group’s website, the printer receipts are in their entirety and include a scanned image of the receipt, a copy of the digital signature of the person that signed the receipt and a digital fingerprint.
The hackers claim that they have also been able to trace the print receipts’ origin, and that they were created on April 13, 2016 by a different user from the site.
It is unknown whether the digital prints are counterfeit or genuine.
The digital print receipts are currently available for purchase on eBay, where the price range is $20-30.
The DarkWeb has also launched an auction on the group ‘Looting Crate’, which is asking for a total price of $1.3 million.