Data Breach Information Center

What you need to know about passwords and data breaches.

What do Yahoo, Target, Anthem, eBay, and Marriot have in common? They have all had major data breaches in the last few years. Unfortunately, data breaches are becoming a common thing.

To keep yourself safe you need good password management. Especially if you are guilty of using the same password in many locations. Hackers know we tend to reuse passwords. So when they get your login info from one site, they try it on many sites. They are able to check thousands of sites in minutes. 

Digicom’s Password Security Check will test your password against known breaches. It will also test how fast an attack can crack your password. Give it a try to test your online security. Need help managing passwords? Click here to see what we recommend for password management.

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  • Quidd - 3,805,863 breached accounts June 24, 2020
    In 2019, online marketplace for trading stickers, cards, toys, and other collectibles Quidd suffered a data breach. The breach exposed almost 4 million users' email addresses, usernames and passwords stored as bcrypt hashes. The data was subsequently sold then redistributed extensively via hacking forums.
  • Foodora - 582,578 breached accounts June 16, 2020
    In April 2016, the online food delivery service Foodora suffered a data breach which was then extensively redistributed online. The breach included the personal information of hundreds of thousands of customers from multiple countries including their names, delivery addresses, phone numbers and passwords stored as either a salted MD5 or a bcrypt hash.
  • Mathway - 25,692,862 breached accounts June 5, 2020
    In January 2020, the math solving website Mathway suffered a data breach that exposed over 25M records. The data was subsequently sold on a dark web marketplace and included names, Google and Facebook IDs, email addresses and salted password hashes.
  • Zoomcar - 3,589,795 breached accounts June 5, 2020
    In July 2018, the Indian self-drive car rental company Zoomcar suffered a data breach which was subsequently sold on a dark web marketplace in 2020. The breach exposed over 3.5M records including names, email and IP addresses, phone numbers and passwords stored as bcrypt hashes. The data was provided to HIBP by dehashed.com.
  • Lead Hunter - 68,693,853 breached accounts June 3, 2020
    In March 2020, a massive trove of personal information referred to as "Lead Hunter" was provided to HIBP after being found left exposed on a publicly facing Elasticsearch server. The data contained 69 million unique email addresses across 110 million rows of data accompanied by additional personal information including names, phone numbers, genders and physical […]

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