A hacker has breached the Argentinian government’s IT network and stolen ID card details for the country’s entire population.
Unrelated to other recent problems Facebook has had, this particular batch of data was scraped from profiles, meaning it’s publicly available knowledge. That doesn’t stop it from being dangerous.
Companies must pay closer attention to what they say after hackers strike, lawyers warn, as regulators crack down on inaccurate disclosures and Congress debates mandatory reporting of cybersecurity breaches.
Misconfigured Power Apps from Microsoft led to more than a thousand web apps accessible to anyone who found them.
T-Mobile US Inc said on Friday an ongoing investigation into a data breach revealed that hackers accessed personal information of an additional 5.3 million customers, bringing the total number of people affected to more than 53 million.
The Employees’ Retirement System of Rhode Island sues Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg over alleged financial losses due to data breach.
Just two months ago, data on 500 million LinkedIn users was scraped and posted online. Now someone’s selling a database with information on 700 million.
A Chinese software developer trawled the popular Taobao shopping website for eight months, collecting more than 1.1 billion pieces of user information including IDs and phone numbers.