A page accessed by the media on the darknet claimed the extortionist held 1 terabyte worth of Aramco data.
Trusting the Lulu logo on the top left of the page, thousands have shared the link over WhatsApp in Kerala alone believing the 'promotion' to be real.
Hackers have allegedly compromised servers of enterprise communications firm Route Mobile, even as the company claimed that data of its customers is safe.
Hudson Rock cybercrime intelligence firm CTO Alan Gal said that all 533,000,000 Facebook records were just leaked for free.
The leaked details allegedly include names, phone numbers and other details of users of Facebook, a social media giant that had 2.80 billion monthly active users as of December 31, 2020.
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg said engineers discovered the breach on Tuesday, and patched it on Thursday night.
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Facebook has been under fire ever since allegations surfaced that London-based political consultancy Cambridge Analytica used data from tens of millions of Facebook accounts.
A security researcher Kodali Srinivas has exposed how a State government website was leaking the Aadhaar data, bank accounts complete with IFSC code, caste and religion data.
Mark Zuckerberg remarks came as he opened the second day of a congressional inquisition in the wake of the worst privacy debacle in his company's history.
Of the hundreds of questions thrown at Zuckerberg, none appeared to flummox the Facebook founder more than Senator Dick Durbin's pointed query about where he slept the previous evening.
In his first formal congressional appearance, the Facebook founder and chief executive sought to quell the storm over privacy and security lapses at the social media giant.
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Zuckerberg said he was sorry that Facebook was being used for circulating fake news and was becoming a tool for foreign interference in elections.
Analytica has been accused of harvesting personal information of over millions of Facebook users illegally to influence polls in several countries.
Zuckerberg, who co-founded Facebook in 2004, once again admitted the lapses and asked for another chance to lead the company.