Personal Data of 3 Million+ People Exposed In DriveSure Hack

Once again, breaches are discovered when security firms read forums where data are shared or posted for sale.  Risk Based Security discusses what they found involving DriveSure:

In a lengthy post to prove the databases’ high quality, the threat actor detailed the leaked files and the user information. Typically, hackers only share valuable segments or trimmed down versions of user databases, but in this case, numerous backend files and folders were leaked. One of our researchers concluded that the data appears to be valid after conducting research on the compromised data.

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