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Domino’s data breach explained: Leaked data now available through search portal on the dark web, over 13TB of data leaked

Hackers had announced on an infamous hackers' forum that they got access to the Domino's India servers and downloaded 13 TB of data

Moneycontrol.com data breach: Personal details of over seven lakh users up for sale on Hackers forums – Here is what we know so far

Personal data of over 7 lakh registered users of moneycontrol.com is available on the hackers' forum for just $350

Facebook data of 533 million users, including 61 lakh users from India up for sale on hacker forums

In 2019, Facebook faced four confirmed breaches where information of over 300 million users was leaked.

Information of over 5 lakh users allegedly leaked in Bookchor Data Breach: What we know so far

A threat actor has claimed that he has breached Bookchor database in February and downloaded personal information of over 5 lakh users.

Data of over 3.5 million MobiKwik users up for sale on darknet by hackers: January hack, what OpIndia found and what users can do

Mobikwik has denied the claims of data breach but the experts believe that the leak is real.

As Microsoft alleges its mail server were hacked by China-sponsored hackers, a brief look into various Chinese cyber-espionage groups

According to Microsoft, Chinese govt backed cyber-espionage group Hafnium was responsible for the attack on its mail server

Instead of fixing security issues on their website, Congress threatens legal action for pointing out the vulnerabilities

Congress claimed that person who exposed the security issue on their website is BJP troll, and claimed he illegally accessed their data

Editors Guild of India alleges its Zoom meeting came under ‘cyber-attack’ after they published access code themselves: Why it all smells fishy

EGI themselves tweeted their Zoom meeting ID and passcode, hence there need for any 'cyber-attack' to access the online meeting

‘Your c**k is mine now’, hackers take control of Internet-enabled male chastity device, demand ransom in Bitcoin

The hacker was able to take control of men’s chastity devices that are often used by people in the BDSM community to prevent erections.

Delhi-based firm accused of spying on individuals, organisations in several countries, hacking senior politicians, NGOs, and CEOs

Some of the other targets allegedly have been Rockefeller Family Fund, Climate Investigations Center, Greenpeace, Center for International Environmental Law, Oil Change International, Public Citizen, Conservation Law Foundation, Union of Concerned Scientists and several others.

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