Data of 1.29 million LimeRoad users breached, company denies claim: Report
Posted July 1, 2020
- Customer data of nearly 1.29 million users of online marketplace LimeRoad was allegedly breached and put up for sale on the dark web. The leaked data included personal information like the name, phone numbers, and email ID of these users.
- The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology recently released an advisory via the Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) warning the public of a large-scale phishing attack against businesses.
- The advisory states that hackers could try and steal personal and financial information under the pretext of local government authorities.
| July 1, 2020