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Roundup: Four more breaches in the healthcare sector: Healthback Holdings, Zenith American Solutions, Bronx Accountable Healthcare Network, and Centerstone

On June 1, Healthback Holdings, LLC in Oklahoma discovered that they had been subject to a hacking incident that began in October 2021.  “A limited number” of  employee accounts were compromised. On July 29, Healthback notified HHS that 21,114 patients were affected. Their notice says that names, health insurance information, Social Security numbers, and...

Twitter confirms January breach, urges pseudonymous accounts to not add email or phone number

Jonathan Greig reports: Twitter officially confirmed that a January breach led to the leak of information connected to 5.4 million accounts. Two weeks ago, a hacker on Breach Forums offered email addresses and phone numbers connected to the accounts, which they said ranged from “celebrities, companies, randoms, OGs, etc.” For those who have pseudonymous Twitter...

Solana and Slope Confirm Wallet Security Breach

Mike Dalton reports: Solana and Slope have provided additional information on a security breach that affected a multitude of wallets today. Solana has published new details about today’s attack. Earlier, nearly 8,000 addresses were drained through what was believed to be a breach of the third-party wallet app Slope. This afternoon, Solana Status confirmed that the...

Dental Care Alliance settles lawsuit stemming from 2020 breach

In December 2020, DataBreaches reported on a hacking incident involving Dental Care Alliance, a business associate to hundreds of dental practices.  Commenting on the incident, DataBreaches wrote: With all that sensitive information involved, you might think that the practice would offer remediation services to the 1,004,304 people affected but they do not seem to...

Crypto Bridge Nomad Drained of Nearly $200 Million in Exploit

Sidhartha Shukla reports: Nomad, a bridge protocol for transferring crypto tokens across different blockchains, lost close to $200 million in a security exploit on Monday, according to security firm PeckShield Inc. The software system was drained of funds over hours and in small batches by various accounts, blockchain data shows. Read more at Bloomberg.

Hackers stole passwords for accessing 140,000 payment terminals

Zack Whittaker reports: Hackers had access to dashboards used to remotely manage and control thousands of credit card payment terminals manufactured by digital payments giant Wiseasy, a cybersecurity startup told TechCrunch. Wiseasy is a brand you might not have heard of, but it’s a popular Android-based payment terminal maker used in restaurants, hotels, retail...

Thai entities continue to fall prey to cyberattacks and leaks

For over one year, DataBreaches.net has highlighted some breaches of  ASEAN victims by groups such as ALTDOS and DESORDEN. In addition to those two groups, there are also numerous other leaks and breaches, as DataBreaches noted in our recent post about leaks and breaches in Indonesia. But even while DataBreaches was researching and preparing...

Spanish Police Arrest Alleged Radioactive Monitoring Hackers

Danny Bradbury reports: Police in Spain have arrested two people on suspicion of hacking the country’s Radioactivity Alert Network (RAR). The RAR, operated by Spain’s General Directorate of Civil Protection and Emergencies, is a network of gamma radiation sensors. It monitors parts of Spain – which operates nuclear power plants – for excessive radiation....