ZDNet reports Russian internet service provider Beeline was breached in 2017 and nearly 8.7 million customers' data is being sold and shared online. The breach, which was just made public, only affected home broadband users who signed up before November 2016. The affected user data includes full names, addresses and phone numbers. Russia's largest bank, Sberbank, announced it is investigating a data breach of its own that may have affected around 200 customers. Meanwhile, Computer Business Review reports that a hacker accessed TOMS' mailing list and sent 5 million subscribers an email telling them to "get outside more." The hacker says personal information was not compromised, although the mailing list contained some credit card information.
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