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A cybercriminal known as cfk on popular hacking forums and @AnibalLeaks on Twitter claims to have stolen a database consisting of 45 million records of Argentina’s National Registry of Persons, or ReNaPer. The Argentinian government, in a statement, denied that there has been any unauthorized entry into its systems or a massive leak of data […]

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Thingiverse, a website dedicated to sharing user-created digital design files, has reportedly leaked a 36GB backup file that contains 228,000 unique email addresses and other personally identifiable information, confirms Troy Hunt, creator of the Have I Been Pwned data breach notification service, citing the circulation of this data set on a popular hacking forum. Thingiverse […]

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A threat actor named Pompompurin has posted a treasure trove of 250 million personal records belonging to US residents. The database containing 263 GB of personally identifiable information (PII) and household-related data was leaked on a popular hacking forum last week. According to an analysis done by, the records contain 1255 CSV sub-files, each […]

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