Epson, HSBC Korea, domain registrar hacked: 100,000 domains affected

Zack Whittaker writes:

A series of hacks have hit the South Korean population, in a string of hacking attacks which have caused widespread disruption to the country’s state-run and privately operated firms.

South Korean domain registrar Gabia has been hacked, exposing over 100,000 domains and 350,000 users.

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It is thought in some cases, data may have been stolen and widespread disruption to services caused.

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