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Exeon Analytics AG
Grubenstrasse 12
8045 Zürich
Switzerland

 

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Exeon Analytics AG
Hofackerstrasse 14
CH-8032 Zürich
Switzerland
MWST-Nr.: CHE-196.534.272

 

Data Breaches
and Cyber Attacks

More than 20 data breaches are reported every day. Not all are significant, but some are extraordinary. As cyber security experts, we have the mandate to remain up to date with cyber crime, which is why we follow the latest data breaches and cyber attacks closely.

MBM Company

Over 1,3 Million customer records exposed
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Negligent storage of a customer database exposed full postal addresses, email addresses, IP addresses and plain-text passwords.

Orbitz

Website hacked exposing 880,000 personal details and payment card details
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An old version of the travel website was hacked, exposing personal details and payment card info. Orbitz is now owned by Expedia.

Grindr

3 Million customer records under data breach
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A third-party tool that allows users to see who blocked them on Grindr was able to access non-public personal info, including exact locations of users who had opted out of location sharing.

Aadhaar

Data breach affecting 1,1 Billion user private data
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A security researcher discovered a system vulnerability which means that anybody could download private info on all Aadhaar users. The govt. department that deals with the database has denied the breach.

Facebook

Breach of 50 Million user profiles
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Cambridge Analytica, headed at the time by Steve Bannon, harvested 50m profiles in early 2014 to build a system that could profile US voters and target them with political adverts.

MyFitnessPal

Over 150 Million sensitive user data were stolen
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Usernames, email addresses, and hashed user passwords were stolen.

Aadhaar

More than 1 Billion personal data hacked
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The personal information of more than a billion Indians stored in the world’s largest biometric database can be bought online for less than £6, according to an investigation by an Indian newspaper. The reporter who broke the story has been named in a criminal complaint filed by government agency responsible for the data.

Disqus

17,5 Million email addresses were stolen
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Hackers stole 17.5m email addresses in 2012. About a third of those accounts contained passwords, which were hashed using the dated SHA-1 algorithm

RootsWeb

300,000 customer private data was leaked and exposed
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Ancestry.com's community-driven site RootsWeb was exposed after passwords, email addresses and usernames were leaked from the server.