Cryptocurrency exchange service Cryptopia was pulled offline recently. It is thanks to a security breach. Now, millions are feared stolen.
OXO International is the latest company to be hit with a data breach. According to a submission, customers over 2 years have been affected.
The political drama continues with the German political hack. After finger-pointing and police raids, a man has stepped forward and confessed to the hack.
UK ISP TalkTalk suffered a data breach back in 2015. Now, prison sentences are being handed down to two individuals partly responsible for the hack.
There’s been a major security incident at Facebook. The company admits that they were hacked and 50 million accounts were affected.
Embattled American Regulator, the FCC, has admitted that their comment section was never actually hacked during net neutrality debate.
It is being considered one of Britain’s largest data breaches. Hackers gained entry to Dixons Carphone and accessed 5.9 million credit cards.
Concert ticket website Ticketfly has been hacked. As a result, 26 million accounts have been affected.
Another government database has been breached. This time, hackers gained access to the medical record of half the population of Norway.
There’s been a development in the Sony hacking story. Earlier this month, Sony threatened to send legal notices to those publishing their leaked e-mails. Now, it seems that those threats are being carried out.