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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.

Apple AirTag has been Hacked by a Researcher Within a Week

Apple’s latest gadget, the AirTag, has been hacked for the first time within two weeks of its launch in April 2021. A security researcher has been able to hack the accessory

Passwordstate password manager hacked in supply chain attack

Click Studios, the company behind the Passwordstate password manager, notified customers that attackers compromised the app's update mechanism to deliver malware in a supply-chain attack after breaching its networks.

Parents alerted to NurseryCam security breach

A webcam system that lets parents drop in and watch their children while at nursery school has written to families to tell them of a data breach. NurseryCam said it did not believe the incident had involved any youngsters or staff being watched without their permission, but had shut down its server as a precautionary measure.

Hacked home cams used to livestream police raids in swatting attacks

Hackers have livestreamed police raids on innocent households after hijacking their victims' smart home devices and making a hoax call to the authorities, the FBI has warned.

iPhones of multiple Al Jazeera journalists hit by a zero-click hack

According to a report, dozens of journalists - mostly from Al Jazeera - had their iPhones hacked via an Israeli firm's spyware. Four attackers have been linked to the UAE and Saudi Arabia.

Researcher Hacked Tesla Model X Demonstrating Keyless Entry System Vulnerability

By modifying the key fob, the researchers hacked Tesla Model X to unlock the car and even steal it. Tesla fixed the bug. Patch rolling out.

Personal data from 2.8 million Eatigo accounts stolen, put up for sale online

SINGAPORE - The personal information from 2.8 million Eatigo accounts belonging to users from Singapore, Hong Kong and Thailand has been stolen and put up for sale on an online forum. In an e-mail to customers on Saturday (Oct 31) seen by The Straits Times, the online restaurant reservation platform said the information stolen was illegally accessed more than 18 months ago and included names, e-mail addresses and phone numbers.

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