Tokopedia gets hacked, 91m customer records for sale on the dark web

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Tokopedia is investigating the breach, and users should change their passwords as soon as possible

Tokopedia, one of Indonesia's largest e-commerce marketplaces, has reportedly suffered a security breach, with personal details of its entire database of 91m users stolen and put up for sale on the dark web by hackers.Cybercrime and data breach monitoring company Under the Breach reported the Tokopedia data sale in an updated post on Twitter on Sunday. It also advised users to change their passwords at once for Tokopedia and other services if they had reused the same password.Tokopedia's VP of Corporate Communications Nuraini Razak acknowledged that there was an "attempt to steal Tokopedia use...
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