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Leaked Data Set Belongs to AT&T Current and Former Customers

Data Breach Today

Data of 75 Million Individuals, Including SSNs, Posted On Criminal Forum AT&T did an about-face Saturday, saying that a leaked tranche of data pertaining to 73 million individuals does in fact reveal sensitive information of current and former customers of America's largest wireless phone carrier. The company isn't necessarily taking responsibility for the breach.

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AT&T confirmed that a data breach impacted 73 million customers

Security Affairs

AT&T confirmed that a data breach impacted 73 million current and former customers after its data were leaked on a cybercrime forum. In March 2024, more than 70,000,000 records from an unspecified division of AT&T were leaked onto Breached forum, vx-underground researchers reported. Today 70,000,000+ records from an unspecified division of AT&T were leaked onto Breached.

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Yogurt Heist Reveals a Rampant Form of Online Fraud

WIRED Threat Level

Plus: “MFA bombing” attacks target Apple users, Israel deploys face recognition tech on Gazans, AI gets trained to spot tent encampments, and OSINT investigators find fugitive Amond Bundy.

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Expert found a backdoor in XZ tools used many Linux distributions

Security Affairs

Red Hat warns of a backdoor in XZ Utils data compression tools and libraries in Fedora development and experimental versions. Red Hat urges users to immediately stop using systems running Fedora development and experimental versions because of a backdoor in the latest versions of the “xz” tools and libraries. Red Hat Information Risk and Security and Red Hat Product Security determined that Fedora Linux 40 beta does use two versions of xz libraries – xz-libs-5.6.0-1.fc40.x86_64.rpm and xz-

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Peak Performance: Continuous Testing & Evaluation of LLM-Based Applications

Speaker: Aarushi Kansal, AI Leader & Author and Tony Karrer, Founder & CTO at Aggregage

Software leaders who are building applications based on Large Language Models (LLMs) often find it a challenge to achieve reliability. It’s no surprise given the non-deterministic nature of LLMs. To effectively create reliable LLM-based (often with RAG) applications, extensive testing and evaluation processes are crucial. This often ends up involving meticulous adjustments to prompts.

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German BSI warns of 17,000 unpatched Microsoft Exchange servers

Security Affairs

The German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) warned of thousands of Microsoft Exchange servers in the country vulnerable to critical flaws. The German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) issued an alert about at least 17,000 Microsoft Exchange servers in the country that are vulnerable to one or more critical vulnerabilities. The BSI also added that there is an unreported number of Exchange servers of comparable size that are potentially vulnerable.