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Nov 25, 2021

LeakIX tutorial

Cristi made us a tutorial video !

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Nov 25, 2021

LeakIX Firefox Addon

An experimental Firefox extension for LeakIX has landed !

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Oct 06, 2021

Releasing LeakIX v2

After weeks of developement and testing we're proud to announce the release of LeakIX v2 !

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Latest reports

Jan 06, 2022 by BloodyShell

Mimecast / Server vulnerable to Log4J CVE-2021-44228

Server vulnerable to Log4J CVE-2021-44228. The reply originated from a backend server, the originating frontend server has been included in the report for reference. It is critical to patch log4j or the application using since the issues is exploited in the wild and leads to RCE. - []( - []( - [](

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Jan 05, 2022 by zythop / Microsoft Exchange Server is outdated

The following Exchange Server is publicly accessible and looks out-dated : []( It is critical to update to a safe version as soon as possible since multiple CVEs allow remote attackers to DoS or achieve RCE (Remote code execution) on the server. Those vulnerabilities are currently used in ransomware campaign and could damage your network. This prevention reports are identified and dispatched with the help of Reference: - []( - []( - [](

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Jan 05, 2022 by zythop

Alcatel-lucent / Jira vulnerable to CVE-2021-26086

The instance has been found vulnerable to CVE-2021-26086. And this allows remote attackers to read particular files via a path traversal vulnerability in the /WEB-INF/web.xml endpoint. More info here: The affected versions are before version 8.5.14, from version 8.6.0 before 8.13.6, and from version 8.14.0 before 8.16.1. To fix this, you should update to the most recent version.

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About LeakIX

Who are we?

LeakIX is the first platform combining a search engine indexing public information AND an open reporting platform linked to the results.

Our goals

We intent to provide a preemptive solution by trusting individual researchers and security companies on the most sensible data we index by delivering a clear report on the incidents, we also help to identify what information has/could be affected and how to resolve the issue.

Our first goal is one of prevention, all the voluntary reports are free.