Strawberry Milkshake wrote: »
Got email from fastway and homestore and more earlier.
How do ArkOwl know whether my email has been involved in a data breach? Isn’t someone like fastway giving ArkOwl that info yet another breach of my data? I’m confused.
whiterebel wrote: »
As far as I'm aware companies like that run a comparison of your email address (which you give them) against the lists of emails that have been exposed in breaches.
whiterebel wrote: »
Mod - Can everyone please take it down a notch. There has been a breach, and information is out there. We now need to be be careful of any suspicious emails and texts.
L1011 wrote: »
Voting register is only available for inspection in person in print form except for the edited register of the few people who opt-in for spam post. That is tiny these days. The labour intensivity of that is off the scale.
This is likely to be used for basically spear-phishing and it will catch out a lot of people who think they have the cop-on and would easily avoid a scattergun scam.
Niner leprauchan wrote: »
No it's not. I can look people up at vote.ie and irishfamilyhistorycentre.com
Phishing is not high quality, it's high quantity.
If you continue to disagree, produce your evidence please.
odyssey06 wrote: »
Where is the list on vote.ie of names and addresses of voters?
VG31 wrote: »
You can check if someone is on the voter register but you have to know their name and address.
Pipmae wrote: »
No - my email specifically says it's as a result of a Smyths Toystore delivery.
JP Liz V1 wrote: »
So Smyths to blame?
I got email from Littlewoods about Fastway
el Fenomeno wrote: »
Anyone see this? Claims it's not a hack at all, just poor security and leaving info unprotected and accessible by anyone.https://www.reddit.com/r/develeire/comments/m7rtm4
Bring back the :pac: !
mickdw wrote: »
I got the email from fastway about data breach.
Seeing the above, ive emailed them to query whether they were in fact hacked or stored our data in an unsuitable manner that made it directly available online.
Banbh wrote: »
Fastway have a duty to deliver parcels under licence from the state. They clearly don't do this and should be held accountable. Responsibility for ensuring that the company is complying with its responsibilites rests with the Minister, Eamonn Ryan.
He is of course protected by a fire screen, Com Reg if I'm not mistaken.
Hotblack Desiato wrote: »
They will never admit the truth.
Anyone else seeing a hold-up in Fastway deliveries lately? Been waiting 6 working days for a package to get from Dublin (arrived from abroad) to Cork.
Last update on tracking was 6 days ago: "We've received your parcel in our central distribution hub. It will be with you in 1-2 working days, depending on the delivery service timeframe you requested."
Yep, waiting for a parcel for the past 4 days, tracking rotating between staged for next day delivery and accepted in depot ffs