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  1. TurgenSec finds 345,000 files from Filipino solicitor-general's office were breached Sensitive documents from the solicitor-general of the Philippines, including information on ongoing legal cases and passwords, were breached and made publicly available online, the UK security firm has said. Around 345,000 files from the solicitor-general of the Philippines, including sensitive information for ongoing legal cases, have allegedly been breached and made publicly available, UK cybersecurity firm TurgenSec has reported. The files were publicly available since at least
  2. Hackers Breach Thousands of Security Cameras, Exposing Tesla, Jails, Hospitals Hacker group says it wanted to show prevalence of surveillance Video footage was captured from Sequoia-backed startup Verkada Madison County Jail seen through a Verkada camera. Tillie Kottmann A group of hackers say they breached a massive trove of security-camera data collected by Silicon Valley startup Verkada Inc., gaining access to live feeds of 150,000 surveillance cameras inside hospitals, companies, police departments, prisons and schools.
  3. Bonobos clothing store confirms breach after hacker leaks 70GB database Bonobos men's clothing store has suffered a massive data breach exposing millions of customers' personal information. Bonobos started as an online men's clothing store but later expanded to sixty locations to try on clothes before purchasing them. Walmart bought Bonobos in 2017 for $300 million to sells its clothing on their Jet.com site. Last weekend, a threat actor known as ShinyHunters, who is notorious for hacking online services and selling stolen databases, posted the
  4. Hacker leaks data of millions of Teespring users Teespring account passwords were not released. A hacker has leaked the details of millions of users registered on Teespring, a web portal that lets users create and sell custom-printed apparel. The user data was leaked last Sunday on a public forum dedicated to cybercrime and the sale of stolen databases. The Teespring data was made available as a 7zip archive that includes two SQL files. The first file contains a list of more than 8.2 million Teespring users' email addresses and the date the
  5. Data from August Breach of Amazon Partner Juspay Dumped Online Researcher discovered info of 35 million credit-card users from an attack on the Indian startup, which handles payments for numerous online marketplaces. Data from a breach that occurred five months ago involving Juspay, which handles payments for Amazon and other online retailers in India, has been dumped online, a researcher has found. Security researcher Rajshekhar Rajaharia discovered data of 35 million Indian credit-card holders from a breach of a Juspay server that occurred on Aug. 18
  6. Some T-Mobile customers’ call records may have been accessed in a recent breach The company said the hackers did not access customer names, financial info, or passwords Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge T-Mobile suffered a security breach in December that may have exposed call-related information and phone numbers for some of its customers. First reported by Bleeping Computer, the information affected by the breach did not include names on customers’ accounts, physical or email addresses, financial data, credit card information, Social Security numbers,
  7. Popular Usenet indexer NZBGeek has been hacked. The site's database was copied exposing the personal details of all users. The hackers also managed to install a keylogger, opening the door to further abuse. The site's operators recommend that users should secure their online accounts as well as credit cards that were used on the site recently. Despite the growing popularity of pirate streaming sites and services, classic file-sharing tools continue to have a smaller but dedicated audience. This is true for BitTorrent as well as Usenet. In th
  8. Researchers from vpnMentor have discovered a data breach at the popular Luscious porn site that exposed the personal profiles of 1.2 million supposedly anonymous users. What is Luscious? According to Noam Rotem and Ran Locar from vpnMentor's research team, who have previously found details of the security systems of major hotel chains exposed online, a breach at the niche porn site, Luscious, has been uncovered. Luscious is something of a niche adult site, even by the "standards" of the online pornography industry which is highly fragmented by fetish
  9. Huge security flaw exposes biometric data of more than a million users Suprema’s Biostar 2 system is used to secure buildings around the world Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge A huge cache of unsecured biometric credentials and personal information has been discovered b
  10. Marketing firm parts with massive trove of customer data The last time an Apollo effort went this badly, Tom Hanks made a movie about it. Marketing intelligence (read: data broker) startup Apollo fessed up to being the victim of a massive theft that saw it reveal something in the neighborhood of nine billion points of data and contact information of 212 million people. As per usual, the massive trove was discovered online in a misconfigured database that had mistakenly been set to be accessible by anyone. Those "data points" include things like addresses and
  11. At least 11 accessed data in the last two months Facebook says that even after it locked down its Groups system last year, some app developers retained improper access to information about members. A company blog post reports that roughly 100 developers might have accessed user information since Facebook changed its rules in April of 2018, and at least 11 accessed member data in the last 60 days. It says it’s now cut all partners off from that data. Facebook Group administrators can use third-party tools to manage their groups, giving apps informatio
  12. The computer storage specialists LaCie, makers of popular detachable hard drives and USB devices, has admitted to a major data breach in which credit card details and passwords of shoppers may have leaked. In a statement, the French company said that an unknown attacker may have used malware to penetrate its online store. At the time of writing, it’s still unclear whether the leaked data has been used – or how many customers have been affected. The LaCie breach is one of the longer-lasting ones among the spate of such recent attacks, with the leak extending from March 2013 to 10 March this yea
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