Usenet providers reveal major security breaches

Two Usenet major providers have shut down their websites due to a breach at a partner company that has exposed customers to fraud and identity theft. While both UseNeXT and Usenet.nl have blamed “a security vulnerability at a partner company,” neither named the supposed culprit used to carry out the […]

Two Usenet major providers have shut down their websites due to a breach at a partner company that has exposed customers to fraud and identity theft.

While both UseNeXT and Usenet.nl have blamed “a security vulnerability at a partner company,” neither named the supposed culprit used to carry out the attack. It is yet to be identified if the breach happened at the client-side desktop end or on the server side.

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