635,743 leaked accounts discovered by the BreachAware® Research Team last week.19 September 2022
A total of
13 breaches were found and analysed resulting in
635,743 leaked accounts containing a total of
18 different data types. The breaches found publicly and freely available included Recycle Internet (URL Redirected), Edilportale, Have Fun Teaching, Dairiki and Caorle. Sign in to view the full
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A tiktok breach posted by a hacking group to a popular hacking forum had the internet pretty excited, until everyone realised it was fake. The group has now been permanently banned from the said forum. It was definitely a strange move by the hacking group to post this, because after quick analysis of the data by the online community it turned out to be “garbage”. They were also banned from twitter.
An online British digital marketing agency with a plush website has recently suffered a data breach, impacting over nine thousand users. The company markets themselves as having expertise in human behaviour and creative technology. A wide range of datasets were disclosed in the breach, such as hashed Bcrypt passwords, physical addresses, and full names. Marketing company's tend to like to talk about themselves a lot however the company so far hasn’t commented on the data breach, or if they have, we couldn’t find it.
An amusement company has been on a bit of a roller-coast ride, their entrainment app for Android and iOS which allows users to gain access to theme parks and attractions across America has unfortunately been hacked with a section of its users information dumped on a popular hacking forum. A variety of datasets were in the breach including gender, IP address, and date of birth.
DATA CATEGORIES DISCOVERED
Contact Data, Socia-Demographic Data, Technical Data, Contractual Data, Financial Data, Locational Data, Behavioural Data.