A whistleblower says that Ubiquiti downplayed its data breach to protect its stocks. He claims that Ubiquiti was the source of the breach, and hackers gained administrative rights.
Hackers compromised carding site Card Mafia exposing 300,000 user account credentials. A hacker later offered the stolen data for free on a different hacking forum.
Verkada, a major provider of surveillance cameras throughout the United States, suffered a data breach that exposed the contents of over 150,000 of its live camera feeds.
Infosec firm Qualys admitted it was an Accellion FTA data breach victim but denied experiencing a ransomware attack after the Clop ransomware gang published customer order documents.
1.6 million unemployment claimants in Washington may have just received an identity theft headache. A hack of the State Auditor's office has exposed extremely sensitive personal information.
Hacker created a Telegram bot to sell information belonging to 533 million Facebook users. Buyers could search users' mobile numbers using account IDs or vice versa.
Hackers breached UScellular’s retail CRM software and accessed customer data, including PIN and CPNI, and ported some subscribers’ mobile phone numbers to a different carrier.
Over 100,000 UN employee records were accessed by security researchers in a Git data breach originating from repositories associated with UNEP and ILO domains.
Payment processor Juspay downplayed the data breach affecting 100 million customers, failed to notify them for five months until a researcher found the data selling on the dark web.
T-Mobile disclosed a second data breach in 2020 in which hackers illegally accessed call-related and customer proprietary network information for about 200,000 subscribers.