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Allegedly Data Breach: Kemenkumham Email Credentials Compromised

Pietro Melillo : 1 July 2024 08:23

A significant data breach has involved the Ministry of Law and Human Rights (Kemenkumham) in Indonesia.

According to a post on a hacker forum, a threat actor under the pseudonym “Guzmanloeraxxx” has allegedly leaked the email login credentials of Kemenkumham employees. If confirmed, this breach would pose serious risks to national security and public trust. Currently, we are unable to accurately verify the reported information, as no official press release regarding the incident has been issued on the website.


Kemenkumham, short for Kementerian Hukum dan Hak Asasi Manusia, is the Ministry of Law and Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia. This ministry is responsible for managing legal affairs and human rights in the country.

Details of the Possible Breach

Entity Involved:

  • Ministry of Law and Human Rights (Kemenkumham)

Data Compromised:

  • Email login credentials, including usernames and passwords

Potential Risks:

  • Unauthorized access to sensitive communications
  • Data manipulation
  • Identity theft
  • Potential abuse for various malicious activities

The Impact

The disclosed data allows access to the official email accounts used by Kemenkumham employees, potentially compromising sensitive government information. Unauthorized individuals could exploit this information to access confidential communications and manipulate data, leading to identity theft and other malicious activities.

What This Means

The implications of this breach are significant. Unauthorized access to official email accounts could lead to:

  • Leaks of sensitive information
  • Potential espionage
  • Manipulation of government data
  • Identity theft affecting government employees and associated individuals

In response to this breach, it is crucial for Kemenkumham to conduct a thorough investigation and implement stringent security protocols to prevent future incidents. Immediate actions should include changing all compromised passwords, enhancing email security measures, and monitoring for any unauthorized access attempts.

If confirmed, this incident once again highlights the importance of cybersecurity in protecting sensitive government information and maintaining the integrity of public institutions.

As is our custom, we always leave room for a statement from the organization should they wish to provide updates on the matter. We would be pleased to publish such information with a specific article highlighting the issue. RHC Dark Lab will monitor the development of the situation to publish further news on the blog, should there be any substantial updates. If there are individuals informed about the facts who wish to provide information anonymously, they can use the whistleblower’s encrypted email.

Pietro Melillo
Head of the Dark Lab group. A Computer Engineer specialised in Cyber Security with a deep passion for Hacking and technology, currently CISO of WURTH Italia, he was responsible for Cyber Threat Intelligence & Dark Web analysis services at IBM, carries out research and teaching activities on Cyber Threat Intelligence topics at the University of Sannio, as a Ph.D, author of scientific papers and development of tools to support cybersecurity activities. Leads the CTI Team "RHC DarkLab"