Data Breach News
The airline on Sunday apologised for the data breach and said the incident has been 'self-reported' to the nodal agency, the Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In)
LinkedIn denies data breach that allegedly exposed data of 700 million users, says 'members trust us'
LinkedIn has clearly denied any such breach and assured that 'no private LinkedIn member data was exposed'.
Domino's India data breach: Name, location, mobile number, email of 18 crore orders up for sale on dark web
Data of 18 crore orders of Domino's India have become public and are searchable and on sale on dark web.
Mobikwik claims that its systems are secure and that there is no basis to the allegations of data breach.
Hacker group allegedly leaks data of Indian Army personnel using Airtel network; company denies claim
Red Rabbit Team in a message to PTI claimed that it has access to pan-India data of Bharti Airtel through a shell uploaded on the company's server and will leak more data soon.
Juspay has acknowledged the breach, but it says that the leaked information is not "sensitive".
The data put on includes names, email IDs, password hashes, contact numbers, addresses, date of birth, location, and IP addresses of login among many others.
Samsung said that the error exposed names, telephone numbers, postal and email addresses and previous orders.
Avast allegedly collected data on what many of its users did online and sent it to Jumpshot.
The General Data Protection Regulation is enforced by a patchwork of national data protection offices across EU
Facebook investigating data breach where names, phone numbers of over 267 million users was reportedly exposed
The database was apparently made available for download last week on an online hacker forum that apparently belonged to a crime group.
In a report by Google, the company revealed that 1.5 percent of the user passwords are compromised.
On 28 September 2018, Facebook said that hackers had exploited software flaws to access 50 million users' accounts.
Major security breach in Ecuador: Data of 17 million citizens, including president, Julian Assange, leaked from US server
Data on an estimated 20 million people of Ecuador, including almost seven million minors as well as deceased citizens, was exposed in a major security breach, officials and security experts said
The records also contain additional information such as the gender and location of the user.
The suspect is a 33-year-old former Seattle technology company software engineer identified as Paige Thompson.
Last month, Infibeam Avenues had informed that its proposal had been approved by the Corporate Affairs Ministry
Zuckerberg claims that dealing with election interference from nation states is above his pay grade.
Turkey's Personal Data Protection Authority has already fined Facebook 1.65 million Liras.
WhatsApp has encouraged all its users to update to the latest version of the app.