Dark Web Alert: Large Sets of Compromised Data

Dark Web Alert: Large Sets of Compromised Data

Our security teams have discovered additional large sets of compromised data on the Dark Web. More than 50 million records have been breached. The websites below (when known) have been affected. If you have visited these websites or have engaged in business activity with any of these companies, please call us at 888.966.GUARD (4827) to speak with a fraud resolution specialist. Likewise, if you have questions or concerns feel free to call anytime. We are available for you 24/7/365.

 

– City of Knoxville, TN Government Servers. Breach date: July, 2020. Data exposed: emails and bank accounts.

 

– Unknown. Breach date: unknown. Breach size: 50 million. Data exposed: names, emails, addresses, phone and gender. More information to come.

 

– UniversalLogistics.com. Breach date: June 11, 2020. Data exposed: corporate operational data reports, emails, invoices and personal data (names, DOB, SSN, driver’s license, credit cards).

 

 

Websites with Compromised Data on the Dark Web

Websites with Compromised Data on the Dark Web

Our security teams have recently discovered several large sets of compromised data on the Dark Web. The websites listed below have been affected. If you have visited these websites or have engaged in business activity with any of these companies, please call us at 888.966.GUARD (4827) to speak with a fraud resolution specialist. Likewise, if you have questions or concerns feel free to call anytime. We are available for you 24/7/365.

 

– apollo.io

– appen.com (formerly crowdflower.com)

– scentbird.com

– swvl.com

– promo.com (previously slide.ly)

– mathway.com

– truefire.com

– ggumim.co.kr

– dave.com

– chatbooks.com

– hurb.com

– liveauctioneers.com

– kreditplus.com

– execupharm.com

– dunzo.com

– verifications.io

– catho.com.br

– bhinneka.com

– wattpad.com

– gigasize.com

– netsential.com

 

 

Cybercrime Dark Web Alert – Ten Company Databases Sold

Cybercrime Dark Web Alert – Ten Company Databases Sold

A hacker group known as “ShinyHunters” is selling the data of 10 companies on a dark web cybercrime marketplace. The user databases, which total 73.2 million records, allegedly stolen include the following:

 

– Online dating app Zoosk (30 million user records)

– Printing service Chatbooks (15 million user records)

– South Korean fashion platform StyleShare (6 million user records)

– Food delivery service Home Chef (8 million user records)

– Online marketplace Minted (5 million user records)

– Online newspaper Chronicle of Higher Education (3 million user records)

– South Korean furniture magazine GGuMim (2 million user records)

– Health magazine Mindful (2 million user records)

– Indonesia online store Bhinneka (1.2 million user records)

– US newspaper StarTribune (1 million user records)

 

If you have accounts with the listed companies, please contact us immediately. We are available for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year at 888.966.4827 (GUARD) and memberservices@guardwellid.com.