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Hacker claims to have 30 million customer records from Australian ticket seller giant TEG | TechCrunch

Hacker claims to have 30 million customer records from Australian ticket seller giant TEG | TechCrunch

A hacker is posting on a popular hacking forum about allegedly stolen customer data from Australia-based live events and ticketing company TEG. On Thursday, a hacker offered to sell data allegedly stolen from TEG, claiming to have information on 30 million users, including full name, gender, date of birth, username, hashed pass Word and email […]

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Startups Weekly: Clash of the AI titans, and Europe is firing on all cylinders | TechCrunch

Startups Weekly: Clash of the AI titans, and Europe is firing on all cylinders | TechCrunch

Welcome to Startups Weekly — Haji's A weekly recap of everything you can't miss from the startup world. Sign up Here to receive in your inbox every Friday. Grab your Apple Watches, folks! On WWDC 2024Apple finally decided to give away the Series A. A brain implant with something they call “Apple Intelligence”. (AI — […]

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What Snowflake isn't saying about its customer data breaches | TechCrunch

What Snowflake isn't saying about its customer data breaches | TechCrunch

Snowflake's security problems are, for lack of a better word, snowballing after a recent spate of customer data thefts. Ticketmaster was the first company to link it. The recent data breach at cloud data company Snowflakeloan comparison site LendingTree has now confirmed that its QuoteWizard subsidiary stole data from Snowflake. “We can confirm that we […]

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Hundreds of Snowflake customer passwords found online are linked to info-stealing malware | TechCrunch

Hundreds of Snowflake customer passwords found online are linked to info-stealing malware | TechCrunch

Cloud data analytics company Snowflake is at the center of a recent wave of alleged data thefts, as its corporate customers hesitate to understand whether their cloud data stores have been compromised. Snowflake helps some of the largest global corporations — including banks, healthcare providers and tech companies — store and analyze vast amounts of […]

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