Data stolen from 35 million South Korean social networking users
Graham Cluley writes:
Hackers have broken into the popular South Korean websites Nate and Cyworld earlier this week, and stolen information about 35 million social networking users.
Names, email addresses, phone numbers and resident registration numbers of users are said to have been compromised.
The BBC reports that the Korean Communications Commission has pointed the finger of blame at Chinese hackers, after it was discovered that the IP addresses of intruding computers were based in the country.
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