How can a cybercriminal use leaked Facebook and LinkedIn data to attack you?

Rodrigo alonso

Madrid

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The reappearance of the data of more than 530 million Facebook users, 11 of them Spanish, in a forum of cybercriminals threatens to start a wave of cyberattacks against those who have seen their information in the open. Although the leak, which was reported and fixed in 2019, did not contain particularly sensitive information, such as passwords, it has made it available to cybercrime enough internet user data to start launching much more targeted attacks. These include phone numbers, social network account ID, emails, full names, dates of birth, and locations.

And the same happens with the users of the social network oriented to the labor market LinkedIn

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