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IntelBroker Leaks 22,000 Employee Data | #hacking | #cybersecurity | #infosec | #comptia | #pentest | #hacker | #hacking | #aihp

The notorious hacker IntelBroker claims responsibility for Home Depot’s alleged data breach, exposing employee names, email addresses and departments – No customer data is reported affected!

The notorious IntelBroker hacker has announced a data breach targeting The Home Depot, Inc., a leading multinational home improvement retailer. Claiming to have stolen personal data from over 22,000 employees; the hacker has leaked this information on the cybercrime platform Breach Forums.

IntelBroker on Breach Forums (Screenshot credit:

The breach, allegedly occurring in April 2024, exclusively involves Home Depot employee data and does not affect the gigantic customer base spanning the United States, China, Canada, Mexico, and Puerto Rico.

As seen by, the leaked records contained in an 83 MB CSV file include the following information:

  • Full names
  • Departments within Home Depot
  • Project UCID (universally unique identifier)
  • Email addresses (Most of them hosted on
Alleged Home Depot Data Breach: IntelBroker Hacker Leaks 22,000 Employee Data
Screenshot from the leaked records (Credit:

The Home Depot has been informed, awaiting an official statement from the company.

About IntelBroker Hacker

While Home Depot’s customer base remains unaffected, IntelBroker has recently made headlines for its focus on high-profile targets in the United States. Their most recent alleged cyberattacks include breaching Acuity, Inc., a Federal contractor based in Reston, Virginia, and stealing highly sensitive data from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

Initially denied by the US government, the data breach was acknowledged ( but yet not verified) on April 3, 2024, when the IntelBroker hacker leaked the entire dataset to verify its authenticity. Consequently, the US Department of Justice has initiated an investigation into the matter.

As for who IntelBroker is, the hacker’s identity and associations remain undisclosed; nevertheless, the United States government has implicated IntelBroker as the alleged culprit in one of the T-Mobile data breaches.

Furthermore, IntelBroker has a history of targeting prominent entities within the United States, with previous breaches affecting institutions such as Los Angeles International Airport, US Department of Defense documents, staffing firm Robert Half, Facebook Marketplace’s database, General Electric’s DARPA-related accesses, Weee! Grocery, and various others.

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