Google confirmed today that one of its partner language experts has leaked confidential Dutch audio data. The data includes snippets of audio recordings from Google Assistant devices.
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Security researcher Troy Hunt has uncovered a collection of files amounting to over 87GB of data which contain e-mail addresses and password combinations for a large number of websites.
Smuggling or drug trafficking criminals have stolen over £500 million from bank accounts in the U.K. through fraud and scams in the first half of 2018. Those criminals used data from breach incidents.
Fresh reports have emerged suggesting bribery practices being conducted by some Amazon employees in China. Those employees are reportedly selling internal sales data to merchants in exchange for cash.
In the latest update from the Ministry of Health, Singapore, it was revealed that medical information belonging to 1.5 million people was stolen by hackers in a planned attack on MoH servers.
Yet another massive private data leak has been discovered, as marketing firm Exactis has been found to have exposed personal data of 340 million people on a publicly accessible database.
A T-Mobile web portal meant for employee access was left unprotected, allowing anyone to access customer data without a password. This information included addresses, full names, and more.
TeenSafe, a child monitoring app for Android and iOS, left its user information exposed in an unprotected Amazon server, revealing user information of both parents and kids, including passwords.
The alleged hacker is an Iranian called Behmad Mezri who the FBI claim hacked into HBO and stole proprietary data from, such as unaired GoT episodes, which he then held for ransom and later leaked.
The resumes, addresses, and other information for many people who hold 'Top Secret' security clearance were left in an unsecured database after they had applied for vacancies at a security firm.
Porn site Brazzers has suffered a data leak, with almost 800,000 accounts being compromised and made available to the public. The issue reportedly happened because of a vulnerability in its forums.
A large number of Twitter passwords, e-mails and usernames are reportedly up for sale on the dark web. However, there's good reason to believe Twitter wasn't hacked in this instance.
After it emerged that Myspace was the subject of a data leak, involving over 427 million passwords, the company has now confirmed that they were the subject of a data breach back in 2013.
Microblogging site Tumblr was the subject of a data breach back in 2013. The company claimed it affected 'a set' of users. An analysis shows that 'set' was actually over 60 million passwords.
ISIS has just suffered a massive data leak, with tens of thousands of names and addresses of its members ending up in the hands of authorities - and all because of a stolen USB drive.
An email is distributing to victims of the recent data theft at crowd-funding site 'Patreon', asking for bitcoin payments to stop personal data from being publicly available online.