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  1. 3.2 Billion Leaked Passwords Contain 1.5 Million Records with Government Emails A staggering number of 3.28 billion passwords linked to 2.18 billion unique email addresses were exposed in what's one of the largest data dumps of breached usernames and passwords. In addition, the leak includes 1,502,909 passwords associated with email addresses from government domains across the world, with the U.S. government alone taking up 625,505 of the exposed passwords, followed by the U.K (205,099), Australia (136,025), Brazil (68,535), and Canada (50,726).
  2. Personal data for 533 million Facebook users leaks on the web It had been circulating privately since January. Tim Bennett on Unsplash Hackers were reportedly sharing a massive amount of personal Facebook data in January, and now that data appears to have escaped into the wild. According to Business Insider, security researcher Alon Gal has discovered that a user on a hacking forum has made the entire dataset public, exposing details for about 533 million Facebook members. The data includes phone numbers, birth dates, email addresses and locations, amon
  3. Kingdom Leaks, a music piracy site that has been leaking new music to the Internet for the past seven years, has announced its imminent demise. Due to personal reasons, from January 1, 2021, the site will permanently close down, taking all user data and content with it. While a disappointment to its followers, the site's self-deletion won't be discouraged by recording labels. According to the music industry, the main threat to artists and labels from a piracy perspective is the availability of stream-ripping platforms and tools. On the other hand, however, a
  4. steven36

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    Apple still hasn’t set an official day for its annual fall product launch event (aka iPhone Day), but that hasn’t stopped leaks and rumors from shedding light on what we might see some time in early September. But one thing that’s still mostly a guess are the official names for Apple’s upcoming batch of iPhones. However, based on a stock list from smartphone case maker ESR (discovered by iPhonesoft.fr), the general consensus is that the next products in the iPhone family will be called the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max.
  5. Almost every detail about the iPhone 12 line-up has leaked, from their external redesign to their increased prices, and now an accident in Apple’s supply chain has confirmed the company’s release strategy. Right to left: iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro Max, iPhone 12 Pro - renders based on multiple leaks Stickers for Apple’s official iPhone 12 silicone cases have been photographed by reliable leaker DuanRui, revealing the company’s naming strategy for the range: iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max and the all-new iPhone 12 mini. But that’
  6. A hacker has targeted and released private data on German chancellor Angela Merkel and other senior German lawmakers and officials. The data was leaked from a Twitter account, since suspended, and included email addresses, phone numbers, photo IDs and other personal data on hundreds of senior political figures. According to a government spokesperson, there was no “sensitive” data from the chancellor’s office, but other lawmakers had more personal data stolen. Other portions of the leaked data included Facebook and Twitter passwords. Some had their credit card informa
  7. The wide availability of tools leaked by the Shadow Brokers and WikiLeaks in 2016 and 2017 have given emerging cyber powers a way to catch up, DarkOwl says. The public leaks of classified NSA and CIA hacking tools in 2016 and 2017 appear to have leveled the playing field for nation-state cybercriminals to some extent, new research shows. Threat intelligence firm DarkOwl recently analyzed Dark Web data gathered from public and proprietary sources and found the leaked cyber weapons have strengthened the ability of emerging nation-state actors to attack rivals
  8. 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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