WedMeGood: Wedding Planning
Risk to Business: 1.817 = Severe
Legendary cybercrime gang ShinyHunters has dumped a database belonging to WedMeGood, a popular Indian wedding planning platform. WedMeGood is yet to verify the data breach, but dark web analysts say that the database contains 41.5 GB worth of data. Lately, the hacking group has been focusing on leaking databases of Indian entities.
Risk to Business: 1.773 = Severe
Impacted users have had PII exposed including full names, city, gender, phone numbers, email addresses, password hashes, booking leads, last login date, account creation date, Facebook unique ID numbers, vacation descriptions for Airbnb and other wedding details. Site users will want to be aware of the potential of spear-phishing attacks using this data.
Customers Impacted: Unknown
How it Could Affect Your Customers’ Business: ransomware attacks have been especially prevalent against targets in India recently, with hits on other major companies like BigBasket and Dr. Reddy’s. Every organization in the sector should step up phishing resistance training to reduce the chance of falling prey to an attack.