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data breach tied to Twilio hackers:

Food delivery firm DoorDash has disclosed a data breach exposing customer and employee data that is linked to the recent cyberattack on Twilio.

the Twilio hack keeps growing:

The compromises of Authy and LastPass are the most concerning of the new revelations. Authy says it stores two- factor authentication tokens for 75 million users. Given the passwords the threat actor has already obtained in previous breaches, these tokens may have been the only things preventing the takeover of more accounts. Authy, which Twilio owns, said that the threat actor used its access to log in to only 93 individual accounts and enroll new devices that could receive one-time passwords. Depending on who those accounts belong to, that could be very bad. Authy said it has since removed unauthorized devices from those accounts.

Cyware adopts Traffic Light

Cyware has adopted the newly launched Traffic Light Protocol (TLP) standard version 2.0 to step up threat intelligence sharing capabilities within and between organizations across the globe.