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South Korean Social network hack left 35 million users data at risk

South korean Social network Cyworld website hack left 35 million users personal info at risk.

Names, email addresses, phone numbers and other details may be compromised by the hackers.

South Korean police are reportedly launched the investigation on the cyworld hack.

 "By any standard this is a massive attack and one of many in recent months where the finger has been pointed at hackers based in China. It's too early to say whether this attack is politically motivated or merely an attempt to steal personal information for financial gain." The register quoted Mark Darvill, director at security appliance firm AEP Networks as saying.

There are approximately 49m people in south Korea that means more than 80% people affected by this hack attack.
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