A popular betting site left a document containing passwords to its internal systems publicly searchable on its website.
Camelot warns over 10M users of National Lottery account compromise
Camelot Group, parent company of The National Lottery, has advised over 10 million users to change their passwords following the compromise of user accounts.
Flaw in Blizzard software would have let hackers install malicious code
A security researcher has revealed a vulnerability in Activision Blizzard software which would have let threat actors run malicious code on millions of PCs.
IT Governance: List of data breaches and cyber attacks in August 2017
IT Governance releases list of August 2017’s data breaches & cyberattacks
Over 1.5 million ESEA user records leaked
The records of over 1.5 million E-Sports Entertainment Association (ESEA) users, one of the world’s largest competitive gaming communities, have been leaked.
Over 25,000 National Lottery accounts hacked
26,500 National Lottery accounts have been hacked, according to parent company Camelot Group.