Visible to the public "Startups Disclose Data Breaches After Massive 386M Records Leak"Conflict Detection Enabled

A threat actor, named ShinyHunters, has leaked stolen databases of 18 web sites on a hacker forum. Most of the companies affected by this massive leak are startups. One of the leaked databases belongs to Drizly, an alcohol delivery startup. Drizly's database contained 2.5 million records that include customers' emails, names, hashed passwords, addresses, phone numbers, and other personal information. Another leaked database belonging to Scentbird, a fragrance subscription service, contained personal information such as names, encrypted account passwords, dates of birth, gender, and more. This article continues to discuss the disclosure and impact of data breaches recently faced by startup companies.

Bleeping Computer reports "Startups Disclose Data Breaches After Massive 386M Records Leak"