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10669517658?profile=RESIZE_400xDigital security giant Entrust has confirmed that it suffered a cyberattack where threat actors breached their network and stole data from internal systems.  Entrust is a security firm focused on online trust and identity management, offering a wide range of services, including encrypted communications, secure digital payments, and ID issuance solutions.  Depending on what data was stolen, this attack could impact a large number of critical, and sensitive, organizations who use Entrust for ident

9917755254?profile=RESIZE_400xResearchers have found that 1.5 million dark web payment card data belong to US citizens.  Visa cards were the most frequent, with 913,955 found on the darknet, followed by Mastercard with 406,851 cards and American Express with over 143,836.  And, Australia and Hong Kong were the next most affected places, with details on 419,806 and 399,537 cards found, respectively.  According to research, a card's vulnerability depends on the proportion of non-refundable cards, the country's population, and

9246407257?profile=RESIZE_192XAfter 500 million LinkedIn users were affected in a data-scraping incident in April 2021, it has happened again with big security consequences.  A new posting with 700 million LinkedIn records has appeared on a popular hacker forum.  Analysts from Privacy Sharks found the data put up for sale on RaidForums by a hacker calling himself “GOD User TomLiner.”  The dark web advertisement, posted 22 June 2021, claims that 700 million records are included in the cache, and included a sample of 1 million