Establishing Digital Trust: Don't Sacrifice Security for Convenience
A group of hackers from Saudi Arabia called Group-XP claims to have released personal data on 400,000 Israelis.
"The hackers said they broke into one of Israel's top sports Web sites, One.co.il, and redirected visitors to a site where they could download a file containing the personal information of 400,000 Israelis," writes PCMag's Angela Moscaritolo.
"According to one member of the group, the information included credit card details, including expiration dates and security codes listed on the back of the cards, as well as victims' names, addresses, mobile and home phone numbers, and Social Security numbers," Moscaritolo writes.
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