Reports from DoorDash indicate that the company underwent a phishing attack, exposing users data. So far data has not been used for harm.
“Restore Privacy” reports that a Twitter vulnerability exposed the private data of millions of users. Now the information may be for sale.
A civil liberties group warns of a global privacy breach that auctions personal user data. Google is one of the largest offenders.
As details emerge of the recent Okta security breach, customers wonder what the security firm isn’t telling them.
Nvidia has confirmed that data was stolen in a data breach that occurred last week. The hackers claim to have stolen 1 terabyte in files.
Attackers have breached the systems of GiveSendGo, a Christian fundraising platform. People who donated to the Freedom Convoy in Canada.
A contractor for The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) suffered a data breach, as revealed on Wednesday.
Jeremiah Fowler together with the Website Planet research team found an unsecured Transcredit data leak of 822,789 records.
T-Mobile has had another data breach, although a report suggests this one is less severe than the one in August. Only a small set of customers have been affected, but they could be vulnerable to a SIM swapping attack.
This is where a malicious actor will change the physical SIM card associated with a phone number in order to obtain control of said number. This can, and often does, lead to the victim’s other online accounts being accessed via two-factor authentication codes sent to their phone number. The document says that customers affected by a SIM swap have now had that action reversed.