Cyble’s researchers have been on their toes and continuously monitoring the on-going data breaches. For instance, recently the Cyble research team identified, verified, and reported a massive data breach that involved over 47.5 million Indian Truecaller records put up for sale on Darkweb for only $1000.
Here comes the Cyble Research Team with another interesting data leak update. In this instance, Cyble’s researchers came across a data leak that involved detailed information of over 80,000 credit cards put up for sale on the darkweb market. This dump of credit cards consists of credit card details of various countries. According to our research team the split of credit cards as per the country is detailed below-:
- 33K of USA
- 14K of France
- 5K of Australia
- 5K of UK
- 2K of Canada
- 1.2K of Singapore
- 1.3K of India
Below is the snapshot of the data leak of credit cards being identified by Cyble-:
We report these breaches so people could be made aware of the threats and risks using these applications, and perhaps do something about it. Cyble has acquired the information/databases. Retail users can ascertain their exposure via our darkweb monitoring search engine, which holds over 40 billion darkweb records while enterprise customers can assess their third parties, employees, and partners’ cyber risk exposure as well.
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