During routine Dark web monitoring, the experts from Cyble found a post on a Russian-speaking forum offering the details of 1.9 million members of Chinese Communist Party.
The huge trove of data, a 293 MB CSV file, was offered for free. The exposed records included name, sex, ethnicity, organization, hometown, ID, Address, Mobile Number, Phone Number, Education.
“People who are concerned about their information exposure can register on Cyble’s data breach monitoring and notification platform, AmiBreached.com, to ascertain the risks at no cost. Also, Android users (Link) and iOS users (Link) can gain full access to it just by downloading the mobile application.” states the post published by Cyble.
Below a list of suggestions provided by Cyble to prevent cyber-attacks:
(SecurityAffairs – hacking, Chinese Communist Party)
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