Not a week goes alone, it looks like, once we do not have multiple hacks to report on, in addition to a new data breach or systems intrusion on the part of attackers constantly probing for flaws anywhere that customer records are stored.
Many of these episodes garner headlines just because of the scale of the data breach and the goal of the attack. Facebook is 1 example of this, as the social media remains facing an onslaught of criticism online over the revelation from this past weekend that the business has endured another embarrassingly gigantic data leak — encompassing personal information from more than 533 million Facebook users across 106 countries. Meantime, hackers are also getting murdered, as saying of another breach at a heartbeat for stolen data has also just been reported.
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Threat research firm Group-IB posted a report on Thursday documenting how Swarmshop — described as a”neighborhood” shop for stolen payment and personal records, such as credit card information — saw a significant cache of its administrator and user information leaked online to a different underground hacker forum. Appropriately, the name of the Group-IB report outlining what occurred here is”What Goes Around Comes Around,” but make no mistake — there is just as great of a chance th