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WhatsApp phone numbers of nearly 500 million users stolen, put on sale, claims report

India TV 28 Nov 2022
The hacker claims to have a significant number of phone numbers belonging to the citizens of Egypt (45 million), Italy (35 million), Saudi Arabia (29 million), France (20 million), and Turkey (20 million). The hacker was selling the US dataset for $7,000, the UK for $2,500, and Germany for $2,000, according to the report.
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WhatsApp data of 500 million users 'on sale': How to check if your data has been leaked

The Times of India 28 Nov 2022
It is not clear how hackers got hold of the data. The database comprises phone numbers of WhatsApp users from India, Italy, Saudi Arabia, US, Russia, UK, Egypt, Italy, Saudi Arabia, France and Turkey. WhatsApp has over 2 billion users globally. WhatsApp users need to be careful as hackers use such information mostly for smishing and vishing attacks ... .
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WhatsApp phone numbers of about 500 mn users leaked; put on sale by hacker [details]

International Business Times 27 Nov 2022
The hacker claims to have a significant number of phone numbers belonging to the citizens of Egypt (45 million), Italy (35 million), Saudi Arabia (29 million), France (20 million), and Turkey (20 million). The hacker was selling the US dataset for $7,000, the UK for $2,500, and Germany for $2,000, according to the report.
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WhatsApp data leaked: Nearly 500 million user records put on sale online

Gulf News 27 Nov 2022
The hacker claims to have a significant number of phone numbers belonging to the citizens of Egypt (45 million), Italy (35 million), Saudi Arabia (29 million), France (20 million), and Turkey (20 million). The hacker was selling the US dataset for $7,000, the UK for $2,500, and Germany for $2,000, according to the report.
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Hackers hit small business

Independent online (SA) 12 Nov 2022
The one saving grace was that although the hackers could access her credit card details, the card had expired and was no longer valid ... IT expert Dr Colin Thakur from the Durban University of Technology, said typically the attacks on Instagram accounts could be traced back to Turkey and Russia because of the telephone numbers used by hackers.
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Russia rejoins deal on wartime Ukrainian grain exports

Dispatch Argus 02 Nov 2022
Driver died from multiple injuries in crash with stolen car The commotion under I-74 ramps explained Rock Island-Milan School District investigating fight at Rocky Hacker claims to have Davenport schools data, threatens release Rock Island neighbors saw Rogers 'deteriorating' before attack on East Moline police officer Update on injured officer.
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Wizz Air eyes more growth, sees travel demand holding up

Reuters 02 Nov 2022
Summary. Companies ... Chief executive Jozsef Varadi said on Wednesday that bookings were holding up strongly ... Our Standards ... Video ... TechnologyFrance's Thales says hackers claim to have stolen data, article with imageNovember 1, 2022 ... WorldFinland urges Turkey, Hungary to swiftly approve Swedish, Finnish NATO bids, article with galleryNovember 1, 2022.
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Turkish hackers attack Greek football club Prometheus Patras (VIDEO)

Greek City Times 26 Sep 2022
"The website of Prometheus Patras was today attacked by hackers, who have posted anti-national and insulting slogans for Greece ... AEGEAN, greece, Greek football club, Greek news, Patras, Prometheus Patras, Turkey, turkish government, Turkish hackers, turkish news, United Nations General Assembly ... Greek women beat Turkey in Rugby League Test.
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Ukraine: Somewhere between Afghanization and Syrianization

Information Clearing House 02 Sep 2022
And that brings us to the cases of Kazakhstan and Turkey. The Telegram channel Rybar (with over 640k followers) and hacker group Beregini revealed in an investigation that Kazakhstan was selling weapons to Ukraine, which translates as de facto treason against their own Russian allies in the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO).
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Ukraine: Somewhere Between Afghanization and Syrianization, by Pepe Escobar

The Unz Review 31 Aug 2022
And that brings us to the cases of Kazakhstan and Turkey. The Telegram channel Rybar (with over 640k followers) and hacker group Beregini revealed in an investigation that Kazakhstan was selling weapons to Ukraine, which translates as de facto treason against their own Russian allies in the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO).
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Hackers pose as Twitter employees, journalists in new breach tactics

New York Post 18 Jul 2022
Hackers from China, Iran and Turkey are using new tactics including posing as Twitter employees and journalists in their latest attempts to breach victims’ devices, according to a new cybersecurity study ... In one example, hackers from Turkey created fake messages from Twitter in an ...
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Chinese Hackers Targeted U.S. Reporters Days Before Jan. 6: Report

Newsweek 15 Jul 2022
A cybersecurity firm said hackers "assessed to be aligned with the state interests" of North Korea, Iran and Turkey also directed attacks on journalists ....
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Hillicon Valley — Statewide candidates fuel election security concerns

The Hill 15 Jul 2022
State-sponsored hackers from China, North Korea, Iran and Turkey have been regularly spying on and impersonating journalists from various media outlets in an effort to infiltrate their networks and gain access to sensitive information, according to a report released on Thursday by cybersecurity firm Proofpoint.

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