Hackers selling data of 21,000 British motorists on the dark web

TEISS reports:

Personal information, including driving licence numbers and phones numbers, of 21,000 British motorists have reportedly been stolen by cyber criminals and put up for sale on dark web marketplaces.

The massive breach of personal records of British motorists was revealed by Sun Online in a report in which the paper said hackers obtained the vast tranche of personal data after breaching a web server owned by an insurance company.

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