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Ticketmaster, the global online ticketing giant owned by Live Nation, has fallen victim to a major cyberattack, exposing the personal details of an estimated 560 million customers worldwide. A hacking group known as ShinyHunters claims responsibility for the attack and is demanding a $500,000 ransom to prevent the stolen data from being sold on the dark web.

The stolen information reportedly includes names, addresses, phone numbers, and partial credit card details.

While the full extent of the breach remains unclear, Ticketmaster’s South African operations have also been impacted, with the company handling ticket sales for major upcoming events such as concerts by Roxette and Andrea Bocelli, as well as the Springboks vs All Blacks rugby match in September….Click here to read the full article

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