Gnosticplayers has released about 26 million records from what he said are breaches of six new companies.
A Sydney man is accused of selling nearly 1 million compromised accounts, for a significant profit.
Dunkin’ Donuts may have just launched its first double-filled doughnut, but another doubling up is not quite as tasty. The chain has suffered its second credential-stuffing attack in three months. Like the first incident, the attack targeted pastry aficionados that have DD Perks accounts, which is Dunkin’s loyalty program. Names, email addresses, 16-digit DD Perks
Three major websites are making data-breach news this week.
A tricky two-stage phishing scam is targeting Facebook and Google credentials using a landing page that hides behind Google’s translate feature.
The YouTube competitor said that it was hopeful that it’s containing the damage.
The donut giant first noticed the attack Oct. 31.
The data breach includes names, addresses, transaction histories, account information and more.
Over two billion credentials were stolen in 2017 and contributed to the complex problem of credential spills, credential stuffing and account takeover fraud.