Transavia data breach could affect 80,000 passengers

NL Times reports: The data of 80 thousand Transavia passengers leaked out after an e-mail inbox containing the data was breached, the Dutch low-cost flyer said on Monday. The data that was released includes passengers’ full names, date of birth, flight information, booking number, luggage purchase, and additionally requested services like wheelchair assistance. Read...

Rallyhood exposed a decade of users’ private data

Zack Whittaker reports on a 4.1 terabyte leak found by a researcher using the handle “Timeless:” Rallyhood boasts users from Girl Scout and Boy Scout troops, and Komen, Habitat for Humanities, and YMCA factions. The company also hosts thousands of smaller groups, like local bands, sports teams, art clubs, and organizing committees. Many flocked...

FBI Arrests Hacker Linked to Former Rep. Katie Hill’s Campaign

Ryan Grim reports: Federal agents have arrested Arthur Dam in connection with a hacking spree that disrupted the 2018 Democratic California primary that ultimately nominated Katie Hill, according to a new criminal complaint. Dam, in the criminal complaint, is linked directly to the Hill campaign. Hill won the general election in California’s 25th District and...