Personal data of over 172 million users of Chinese social media platform Weibo is for sale on dark web and its priced in Bitcoin.
The user data, which does not include passwords, purportedly comes from a mid-2019 breach.
CEO complains of increased numbers of fake LinkedIn users claiming to be employees
The personal details of more than 538 million users of Chinese social network Weibo are currently available for sale online, according to ads seen by
Data for 538 million Weibo users, including 172 million phone numbers, has been put up for sale on the dark web.
Israel is using an app to track people within the country and notify them if they happen to visit the same location as a person who is known to be infected by the coronavirus. The app, known as The…
CyberNews security analysts have discovered an unprotected database online that contains more than 800 GB of personal information, including detailed
An unprotected server leaked millions of Facebook users phone numbers online
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DoH tests haven’t found any issues. Mozilla to start rolling out DoH to a small set of US users, then gradually roll it out for to more users.
While a majority (79%) of this digital media will consist of video, a considerable volume will comprise of sensitive, private enterprise data that without the protection of an industry-leading cloud…
Server lacked password protection and included multiple databases with records from the U.S., U.K. and Vietnam. Phone numbers linked to the Facebook accounts of hundreds of millions of users has been…