Iranian Hackers Expose Half a Million LGBTQ Profiles in Major Israeli App Breach

March 31, 2024
Iranian Hackers Expose Half a Million LGBTQ Profiles in Major Israeli App Breach
  • Atraf, an Israeli LGBTQ dating app, suffered a data breach exposing over 500,000 users' personal information.

  • The leaked data includes clear text passwords and payment card details, heightening the risk of financial fraud.

  • Iranian hacker group Black Shadow demanded a $1 million ransom after compromising an Israeli hosting service linked to the app.

  • Compromised information encompasses full names, addresses, phone numbers, and plain text passwords, increasing the risk of identity theft and personal harassment.

  • Users are urged to change their passwords and be vigilant of potential phishing attempts via email.

  • The breach's timeline indicates the records date back to 2021, confirming the potential authenticity of the leaked data.

  • Affected individuals are encouraged to contact Atraf for support and to address any security concerns.

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Israeli LGBTQ App Atraf Faces Data Leak, 700,000 Users Affected

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Israeli LGBTQ App Atraf Faces Data Leak, 700,000 Users Affected

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