The news agency reported that the personal details of some 533 million Facebook users would have been published online on Saturday Bloomberg. The data includes phone numbers, full names, location information, email addresses, dates of birth, and other information.
A Facebook spokesperson stated in response to the news agency that the data was already stolen in 2019. The issue is said to have been resolved by August of that year.
to me Interested in the trade There is data on the streets of Facebook users from 106 countries. At least 32 million American users, 11 million British and 6 million Indians were affected by the old leak. The broker claims to have seen the data and requests to verify the leaked personal data.
RTL technology journalist Daniel Verlan says the data of 5.6 million Dutch Facebook users have been put online. Facebook was unavailable for comment on Saturday night.
Alon Gal, founder of cybersecurity company Hudson Rock, discovered that the stolen data had been spread online. According to Gal, a hacker tried to sell the data in January, but now it appears that he has put the data online for nothing, so anyone can download it.
The cybercrime specialist warns that malicious parties can start using the data. Gall indicates potential phishing and identity fraud attacks.