Timehop revealed this week that sensitive information such as gender, country, language, and date of birth may have been accessed by the attacker in its July 4 breach.

It was previously reported that around 21 million records were included in the breach, with 15 million records containing the date of birth, and around 9 million bearing gender information.

The company apologized for having issued a secondary breach disclosure, saying that it only became apparent to them after a comprehensive audit that there were more information on the tables that they originally disclosed.

Source: ZDNet


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