The Brazilian retail arm of car manufacturing giant Volvo leaked sensitive files, putting its clientele in the vast South American country in peril. Volvo, a Swedish luxury vehicle manufacturer with over 95,000 employees and sales of nearly 700,000 vehicles annually, is a highly attractive target for criminals since the company caters to a wealthy clientele. The Cybernews research team discovered that the retailer of Volvo vehicles in Brazil, Dimas Volvo, was leaking sensitive files through its website for nearly a year. The leaked files could have served malicious actors in various ways, including hijacking official communication channels and infiltrating the company’s systems. Cybernews contacted Dimas Volvo and data protection officers at Volvo headquarters, and the issue causing the leak was fixed.