1,355 NUS Society members’ personal data stolen, possibly put on sale on Dark Web

Kenny Chee reports:

The personal data of 1,355 National University of Singapore Society (NUSS) members has been stolen after the society’s website was hacked early last month, NUSS said on Monday (Nov 1).

When asked by The Straits Times, the university graduate club did not say whether the data involved was encrypted. But it said that affected members had their full NRIC numbers stolen.

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