21 June 2016

DAC Group lost 93 000 customer accounts to hackers

DAC Group lost 93 000 customer accounts to hackers

Hacked-DB reported, they have discovered a breach containing 93 000 customer accounts of Canadian DAC Group advertising company. The majority of leaked data - around 77 000 customer accounts belong to various insurance companies around US. All these accounts are tied to statefarm.com domain. The leaked data contain full names, email addresses, hashed passwords and geolocation.

DAC Group is the one of the largest advertising companies in North America with 8 branches in US and Canada.

According to Hackread, the company knows about the data breach and they are investigating it. 

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