Oz's Telstra Apologizes for 'Misalignment' Exposing 130,000 Customers' Data
Local U.S. government networks were targeted by Iranian hacking group Cobalt Mirage, N. Korean hacking group tries to trick influential people to write reports, Pwn2Own pays nearly $1 mil., more
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In the latest large-scale privacy breach to strike big Australian companies, telecom company Telstra said the personal information of more than 130,000 Telstra customers was exposed online due to a “misalignment of databases.
The information exposed included people’s names, phone numbers, and addresses. The company said sorry to its customers and is contacting those affected individually. The breach spanned years. (Ben Cubby / The Sydney Morning Herald)
Related: The Guardian, Reuters, Bloomberg, Gadgets Now, Telstra, DataBreachToday.com
Researchers with Secureworks Counter Threat Unit say that the networks of several local governments in the U.S. have been targeted with the Drokbk malware, allegedly wielded by Iranian government-backed groups exploiting the Log4j vulnerability.
SecureWorks says that the Iranian threat group …
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