Hello Kitty Hacked, 3.3 Million Accounts Exposed | Linux Security Blog

The IT security researcher “Chris Vickery” who exposed MacKeeper and Hzone data breach has now discovered a hack of database belonging to Hello kitty website having over  details inside.

But, Hello kitty is not the only website to have suffered the data breach, another website “sanriotown.com” had the similar fate, but the number of account details exposed isn’t yet clear. Here is the list of domains exposed from the hello kitty breach:

Source: Hello Kitty Hacked, 3.3 Million Accounts Exposed | Linux Security Blog

2015 a Pivotal Year for China’s Cyber Armies | The Diplomat

In 2015, media reports attributing data breaches to China exceeded by a wide margin those of any other state-sponsor of cyberattacks in consistency, volume and severity. From Anthem, to Premera, to the Office of Personnel Management, Chinese hackers are widely suspected of having compromised the sensitive data of well over 100 million people in the United States alone. Cyberattacks of varying scale and sophistication were launched against targets spanning nearly every industry.

Source: 2015 a Pivotal Year for China’s Cyber Armies | The Diplomat