A hacker is selling the email addresses of 250,000 users of a Dutch sex-work forum — data that researchers say could be used for blackmail.
Data collected for two-factor authentication purposes “inadvertently” matched users to targeted-advertising lists, the company admits.
Google’s new password checkup tool joins other similar services including Have I Been Pwned and Mozilla’s Firefox Monitor.
Accessed information includes delivery addresses, license numbers, names, phone numbers and more.
A Change.org petition is demanding stronger accountability for Equifax in the 2017 leak that affected 150 million customers.
A database lacking password protection exposed sensitive data of customers of Milwaukee-based mattress company Verlo Mattress.
Eight cities have been hit by a data breach targeting payment cards.
From deepfake to data exposures, the Threatpost team talks about the top security trends driving this week’s biggest news stories.
International cosmetics brand Yves Rocher found itself caught in a third-party data exposure incident that leaked the personal information of millions of customers.
Hostinger said that unauthorized access to an internal API server exposed hashed passwords of 14 million customers.