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Domino's Hacked - Threat Actors Claimed Selling 13TB of Data

There is a data breach disclosed in the very famous food industry!, yes, it is the Pizza world Domino's India. A data breach is revealed now.

Audio maker Bose discloses data breach after ransomware attack

Bose Corporation (Bose) has disclosed a data breach following a ransomware attack that hit the company's systems in early March.

Air India says data on 4.5 million passengers stolen, South Asia News

South Asia News -MUMBAI (AFP) - Hackers have stolen data on about 4.5 million Air India passengers around the world in the latest breach reported by a major airline.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

E-commerce giant suffers major data breach in Codecov incident

E-commerce platform Mercari has disclosed a major data breach incident that occurred due to exposure from the Codecov supply-chain attack. Mercari is a Japanese public company and an online marketplace that has recently expanded its operations to the United States and United Kingdom.

Chrome now automatically fixes breached passwords on Android

Google is rolling out a new Chrome on Android feature to help users change passwords compromised in data breaches with a single tap.

Indian Brokerage Firm Upstox Suffers Data Breach Leaking 2.5 Millions Users' Data

Indian Brokerage Firm Upstox Suffers Data Breach Leaking 2.5 Millions Users' Data

1.3M Clubhouse Users’ Data Dumped in Hacker Forum for Free

Clubhouse denies it was ‘breached’ and says the data is out there for anyone to grab.

Data from 500M LinkedIn Users Posted for Sale Online

Personal data from more than 500 million LinkedIn users has been posted for sale online in yet another incident of threat actors scraping data from public profiles and slinging it online for potential cybercriminal misuse.

LinkedIn denies reports of a data breach involving over 500 million users

Last night, LinkedIn published a blog post denying that there was a data breach. The company said that hackers scraped data from a number of websites as well as from publicly viewable member data.

533 million Facebook users’ phone numbers leaked on hacker forum

The mobile phone numbers and other personal information for approximately 533 million Facebook users worldwide has been leaked on a popular hacker forum for free.

Ubiquiti cyberattack may be far worse than originally disclosed

The data breach report from Ubiquiti in January is allegedly a cover-up of a massive incident that put at risk customer data and devices deployed on corporate and home networks.

Over 8 million COVID-19 test results leaked online

Millions of COVID-19 test reports were found to be publicly accessible due to flawed online system implementation.

Clubhouse confirms data spillage of its audio streams

Audio-only social network iPhone app Clubhouse has confirmed that it experienced a data spill on Sunday.

Data of some 129,000 Singtel customers stolen in hack of third-party

SINGAPORE - The personal data of some 129,000 Singtel customers were extracted by hackers during the recent breach of a third-party file sharing system used by the telco.

Bot Lets Hackers Easily Lookup Facebook Users' Phone Numbers

A user of a low level cybercriminal forum is selling access to a database of phone numbers belonging to Facebook users, and conveniently letting customers lookup those numbers by using an automated Telegram bot.

Depop: 'I felt so violated when my account was hacked'

Hackers are selling Depop app account details on the dark web for as little as 77p each online.

Vodafone's ho. Mobile admits data breach, 2.5m users impacted

Vodafone Group's low-cost operator ho. Mobile announced that hackers stole part of its customer database thus obtaining personal user information and SIM technical data.

A Google Docs Bug Could Have Allowed Hackers See Your Private Documents

Google has patched a bug that could've allowed attacker to potentially steal screenshots of sensitive Google Docs documents.

New 5G Network Flaws Let Attackers Track Users' Locations and Steal Data

Vulnerabilities in standalone 5G networks could allow attackers to steal credentials and falsify subscriber authentication

Baidu's Android Apps Caught Collecting and Leaking Sensitive User Data

Two popular Android apps from Chinese tech giant Baidu —Baidu Maps and Baidu Search Box— were found to collect device identifiers, such as the International Mobile Subscriber Identity (IMSI) number or MAC address, without users' knowledge, thus making them potentially trackable online.

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