Joining LinkedIn, dating website eHarmony said Wednesday that it is investigating the possible theft of its members' passwords. The company, which claims it is responsible for five percent of U.S. marriages, tweeted that it is investigating the incident. According to reports, a dump on a Russian online forum that contained more than six million LinkedIn passwords, which were hashed but not salted, making them easy to crack, also contained the passwords of eHarmony users. Efforts to unscramble this list revealed that some of the passwords included "eHarmony" in them, indicating they were being used by members of the singles site.
Nansen impacted by third-party breach BleepingComputer reports that Ethereum blockchain analytics firm Nansen has disclosed that its third-party authentication provider was impacted by a data breach, which resulted in the compromise of data from 6.8% of its user base over a 48-hour period.
Air Canada has confirmed being impacted by a data breach that compromised some of its employees' limited personal data and other records, reports The Record, a news site by cybersecurity firm Recorded Future.