The term "phishing" is said to have been coined by the well known spammer and hacker in the mid-90s, Khan C. Smith. The first recorded mention of the term is found in the hacking tool AOHell (according to its creator), which included a function for attempting to steal the passwords or financial details of America Online users.
Phishing on AOL was a technique used by the warez community, who traded in unlicensed software, and black hat hackers to steal credit card information and commit other online crimes. AOL would suspend the accounts of individuals caught using certain keywords in chat rooms related to counterfeiting software or stolen accounts. The term "phishing" originated from the use of the < symbol in chat transcripts as a way to disguise references to illegal activity and evade detection by AOL staff. The symbol resembled a fish, and, combined with the popularity of phreaking, led to the term "phishing." AOHell, a program released in 1995, allowed hackers to impersonate AOL staff and send instant messages to victims asking them to reveal their passwords by claiming to need to "verify your account" or "confirm billing information".
Millions of users of a popular online dating app, MobiFriends, were hacked early in May. The breached data includes dates of birth, gender, website activity, mobile numbers, usernames, email addresses and MD5 hashed passwords. The breach is believed to have originally taken place in January 2019, but the information has recently been available for sale (and now for free) on the dark web.
Video game giant Nintendo experienced a breach that affected 160,000 users. The issues began in early April when hackers gained access to login IDs and passwords to Nintendo accounts. Malicious actors gained access to nicknames, emails, birth dates, and country of residence. Even worse, some accounts experienced fraudulent purchases.
Techcrunch reported that the popular web hosting service Hostinger suffered a major data breach affecting millions of users. According to the report, a hacker gained access to the company's systems including an API database. That database contained customer usernames, email addresses and passwords.
The personal information of over 23 million CafePress customers has been exposed according to multiple reports. The custom T-shirt and merchandise company has yet to issue a statement but the exposed data has been circulating in hacker forums for weeks. The data breach involved the names, usernames, email addresses, passwords, and physical addresses.
ZDNet has reported that 11 million user accounts of the popular gaming emulator Emuparadise were exposed after a recent data breach. The user passwords were stored as salted MD5 hashes, a form of encryption deemed unsafe since 2012, and were easily cracked. The full extent of the breach is still unknown, although ZDNet claims that passwords, email addresses, IP addresses and usernames are involved.
Facebook has a long history of privacy abuses and data scandals. At the end of March 2019, the social media giant admitted that it had failed to secure the passwords of 600 million users since around 2012. Thousands of Facebook employees had access to the millions of unsecured records, which were stored in a plain text file.
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