Tag: leak

  • Grafana Incident

    Grafana leaked their package signing key. Along with the passphrase. I felt like you should know.

  • Datenreichtum

    Datenreichtum bei Flexbooker, 3.7 Millionen Benutzer betroffen.

  • LockBit Group published Proof for Accenture Hack

    darkfeed.io has published material the LockBit Group provided to proof their hack of the Accenture Network.At first glance, it looks huge and worrying. Social media response at this time appears to acknowledge the proof. More here: LockBit 2.0 Proof for Accenture Hack – DeepWeb intelligence Feed

  • Clubhouse leakt 3,8 Milliarden Telefonnummern

    Clubhouse. Das war diese App, die vor einem halben oder ganzen Jahr so unglaublich gehyped worden ist. Man kam nicht rein, das war Invite Only. Man kam nicht von alleine rein, cool waren nur die, die drin waren. Alle in meiner Bubble hatten FOMO, Fear Of Missing Out. Diesen menschlichen Effekt haben vor 15 Jahren…

  • 500M LinkedIn Profiles

    Just after Facebook lost 500M user profiles to the public Internet, it’s LinkedIn’s turn a week later. Wherever data is collected, data is subject to breach or theft. Like the Facebook incident earlier this week, the information — including user profile IDs, email addresses and other PII — was scraped from the social-media platform. From…

  • Facebook Data Leak

    Just in time for Xmas, Facebook dropped a huge package of user data. More than 260 million U.S. Facebook users’ IDs, phone numbers, and names were exposed to an online database that could potentially be used for spam and phishing campaigns. Comparitech reports that before the database was taken down, it was found on a…

  • Facebook lost phone numbers

    Again, it’s Facebook, that made news with a data breach. TechCrunch reported first about midnight Euroean time, but it’s all over the news by today, noon. It’s time to realize social media is a mistake.

  • What We Can Learn from the Capital One Hack

    Earlier this week, it became public that Capital One was victim to a privacy leak, affecting more than 100 million of their customers. News revealed details about the source of the attack, that apparently an individual conducted and bragged about it publicly. Now, a few days later and more facts known, the always excellent Krebs…

  • Google stored G Suite passwords in plaintext

    In today’s edition of privacy related topics, it is Google that apparently stored customer passwords in plaintext. Google didn’t disclose which (enterprise) customers have been affected, but was clear that improper access is out of question. With this recent incident, Google joins ranks of Facebook, Instagram, but also Twitter and LinkedIn. Google says it discovered…

  • Instagram had private contact data scraped

    Another week, another Facebook leak. This time an Instagram dataset with apparently scraped profile information was found online. A massive database containing contact information of millions of Instagram influencers, celebrities and brand accounts has been found online. The database, hosted by Amazon Web Services, was left exposed and without a password allowing anyone to look…