Updated on 2022-11-22
U.S. government-sponsored news outlet Radio Free Asia suffered a data breach that leaked the SSNs, passport numbers, financial information, and other personal data of 4,000 people. Read more: Personal data of nearly 4,000 people leaked in hack of Radio Free Asia
Overview: Radio Free Asia breach
US news agency Radio Free Asia has disclosed a security breach that might have exposed the personal information of more than 3,700 of its employees. RFA said that a threat actor exploited a vulnerability in a service provider’s systems to gain access to “a limited number of servers.” The agency said it took down impacted servers and is now moving to a new email provider and changing passwords.