LinkedIn breach reportedly exposes data of 92% of users
A second massive LinkedIn breach reportedly exposes the data of 700M users, which is more than 92% of the total 756M users. The database ...
«The database is for sale on the dark web, with records including phone numbers, physical addresses, geolocation data, and inferred salaries.»
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