For two weeks, a misconfigured email server on the Microsoft Azure government cloud exposed thousands of sensitive military emails from the U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) branch.
A wanted Swiss hacker accessed a federal No Fly List containing millions of records that was sitting on an unsecured server operated by a regional airline company.
Twitter Now Claims Data Leak of 200 Million Profiles Was Phony, Data Set Was Assembled From Pre-Existing Sources
Security researchers had matched email addresses to account names, providing an indication that the data leak was legitimate, but Twitter says that the data was gathered via a variety of publicly available sources.
Nearly 500 Million WhatsApp Records Allegedly Stolen in Data Leak, Offered on Dark Web for a Few Thousand Dollars
Threat actor is offering the alleged WhatsApp data leak for a relatively low cost, dividing it up by country of origin and offering each package for prices in the range of several thousand dollars via a dark web forum.
Data Leak Exposes Private Profile Information of 5.4 Million Twitter Users, Dumped for Free on Underground Forum
Vulnerability in Twitter's API in 2021 caused a data leak that exposed private user profile information of at least 5.4 million users. The information is now available for free via a dark web forum.
Researchers discovered thousands of Amazon RDS snapshots shared publicly either accidentally or deliberately that were inadvertently leaking clients’ personally identifiable information (PII).
Data Leak May Have Exposed Sensitive Information of 1 Billion China Citizens; Hacker Offers 23 TB of Personal Data on Underground Forum
The personal data of 1 billion China citizens, or about two-thirds of the country's entire population, appears to be available for sale on an underground forum after a data leak.
FOX data leak exposed 58 GB of information, including names and reference numbers of 65,000 celebrities, cast, crew, and guests, through a misconfigured cloud database.
Nestlé says that the incident is not a cyber attack by Anonymous but an internal data leak, with the information being errantly published to the public-facing web for some weeks.
Nvidia Data Leak Exposed Proprietary Information but Wasn’t a Russian Ransomware Attack, Company Says
Gaming chipmaker Nvidia said hackers started releasing information stolen in the February massive data leak, but no evidence suggests it was a Russian-sponsored ransomware attack.