KrisFlyer Air Miles Sold in Dark Web Marketplaces, Chinese Police Arrest 21 Over Data Theft at Alibaba’s Delivery Arm
Last Friday, Chinese police arrested 21 suspects in connection to the theft of more than 10 million pieces of customer data from Cainiao Network–the official global parcel tracking platform of Alibaba Group–after barcode scanners used in distribution stations were infected with malware. The stolen data included usernames, phone numbers, and parcel tracking numbers. Police said the suspects were service providers to Cainiao Network’s local distribution stations and they had installed malware on the scanners to gather information for promoting content on their social media accounts.
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