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1.5 million people affected by FFF hack, what data was stolen ?

A massive hack of the FFF affects 1.5 million people.

Hacks have continued to increase for several weeks and this time, it is the French Football Federation which is affected by a hack massive amount of data according to information from BFM TV this Tuesday March 26. "On March 22, 2024, the federation learned that potentially 1.5 million of its licensees' data had been compromised. ;té fraudulently collected" indicates the public prosecutor's office near the media.

In detail, the personal data concerned are the name, first name, as well as the postal address, the address #39;email address, age and club of football players. Professional player data is not affected. "Only data relating to license applications for the 2022-2023 and 2023-2024 seasons are likely to be affected. Passwords, banking details, medical data and identity photographs are stored. are, however, not concerned (…) As provided for in particular by the general regulation on the protection of personal data, es (GDPR), the FFF will individually inform all people affected by this violation of personal data. The FFF has also filed complaint and report the incident & the CNIL explains the Cybermalveillance site in a press release cited&eac; by BFM TV.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

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