MediSecure reveals 12.9 million Australians had personal data stolen in cyber attack earlier this year

eScript provider MediSecure has revealed the personal data of 12.9 million Australians was stolen by hackers earlier this year, making it one of the largest cyber breaches in Australian history. MediSecure, which facilitates electronic prescriptions and dispensing, confirmed it was Read More …

London council slammed for ‘severe’ data breach in ‘avoidable’ cyber attack

Britain’s data watchdog has lambasted London’s Hackney Council for a cyber attack that “severely” impacted residents, saying the breach was “a clear and avoidable error.” In October 2020, hackers infiltrated Hackney’s systems, accessing, encrypting, and in some instances exfiltrating personal Read More …

Disney faces potential data breach, hacker group claims massive leak

The Walt Disney Company is reeling from a suspected cyberattack by a hacktivist group calling itself NullBulge, exposing a significant amount of sensitive information. NullBulge announced its exploit on 12 July on both the cybercrime forum Breach Forums and X/Twitter. Read More …

Rite Aid confirms data breach following ransomware attack

American drugstore chain Rite Aid has confirmed that last month’s ransomware attack resulted in data theft. In a statement, the company said it was currently investigating the cyberattack, and is working on sending out data breach notifications to affected customers. Read More …

I spy another mSpy breach: Millions more stalkerware buyers exposed

Commercial spyware maker mSpy has been breached – again – and millions of purchasers can be identified from the spilled records.… mSpy showed up on Have I Been Pwned on July 11, with the site revealing hacktivists were responsible for Read More …

Gay furry hackers strike massive cyber attack against US far-right Project 2025

A collective of self-described “Gay furry hackers” called SiegedSec managed to hack into the right-wing Heritage Foundation affiliated with Project 2025 in a massive cyber attack. The hackers released two gigabytes of data, including Heritage Foundation member names, email addresses, Read More …