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Mexican Tourism Company Leaked Tens Of Thousands Of Credit Cards And Passports Online

Security researchers last month discovered a trove of scanned images depicting the credit cards and passports of more than 88,600 international travellers. It's unknown for how long the documents, which were secured on Thursday, had been sitting online, just waiting to be stolen. More »      
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