The recent data breach at Ashley Madison, a dating site for people looking to have extramarital affairs, has reignited the discussion around online privacy. This breach exposed reams of sensitive personal data for more than 550,000 users, including customers’ full names, home addresses, email addresses, plaintext passwords and telephone numbers. Additionally, the stolen data allegedly makes it possible to link a particular person with the sale or purchase of a specific weapon.
If the data acquired in this recent breach is accurate, then it seems as if the seller of the weapon may be located in a specific city. By using data from public records and Have I Been Pwned, it may be possible to narrow down the search to a few potential suspects. With this information at hand, law enforcement could potentially track down and indict the perpetrator of this crime.
The data that was stored on the server included user names, passwords, email addresses, and other sensitive information. The researcher estimates that the data has been stolen from over a million users.
GunAuction.com is a website that has been in business for over 20 years and has become one of the most popular auction sites in the world. The site allows users to put guns up for auction and see how much money they can make. In recent weeks, Tom had spent hours browsing through the site, searching for the perfect gun to buy. He found data taken from GunAuction.com, a site that since 1998 allows people to put guns up for auction
GunAuction.com is a site where individuals can sell firearms and ammunition. The site allows users to search for specific firearms and ammo by make, model, or caliber.
However, it’s still unclear how recent the data is, given that for 25 email addresses our message bounced back or could not be delivered and several phone numbers were also disconnected. TechGround reached out to 100 people via email and 60 via phone call, only 10 of which confirmed that the data contained in the stolen database was accurate. While this information is helpful in confirming that some data was taken, it’s still difficult to determine how far back in time the information goes and what other details may have been compromised.
Gun Auction officials are confirming that their site was breached earlier this week and user information, including name, email address, and phone number were taken. Hackers accessed the site through a vulnerability in its website and is still unclear how many individuals may have had their data compromised. Officials are
It appears that Centricity Data, a data protection company, was recently contacted by the FBI about a possible data breach that has affected the company. The breach likely exposed personal customer information like names, addresses, and email addresses. However, there is no evidence to suggest that financial information was accessed during the breach. Customers are advised to remain vigilant for any suspicious activity related to their financial accounts and credit reports.
DelaCruz assured users that their data was not compromised, but they remain uncertain if the attackers accessed user passwords or personal information. They are currently in the process of informing affected users and will provide more information as soon as possible.
In both cases, the sensitive data was exposed by an administrative error. Despite this, gun owners across the country are concerned that their personal information could be leaked in a similar way in the future. If this happens, it could lead to them being targeted by criminals or even harassment from friends and family.
The recent hack of theSecurify Network surprised many people, as it was one of the most Secure networks out there. However, according to researchers at Palo Alto Networks, this isn’t actually shocking news. In a report published on Wednesday they show that in 2017 alone the number of breaches in Secure networks have been on the rise.