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The Department of Home Affairs is currently investigating a significant cyber incident involving Ticketmaster customers, where personal details of 560 million users have been leaked by the hacker group ShinyHunters. The breach encompasses sensitive information such as names, addresses, credit card numbers, and payment details, posing serious identity fraud risks.

Cybersecurity expert Mark Lukie has emphasized the potential dangers of this breach, urging affected individuals to remain vigilant and take necessary precautions to protect their identities. This incident follows a previous hack by ShinyHunters that compromised the personal data of Pizza Hut customers, highlighting the persistent threat posed by this group.

Adding to the turmoil, Live Nation, the parent company of Ticketmaster, is also embroiled in a legal battle with the US Department of Justice. The lawsuit alleges that Live Nation’s monopoly practices have been driving up ticket prices, further complicating the company’s current challenges.

As the investigation continues, the focus remains on safeguarding affected users and preventing further fallout from this extensive data breach.


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Article Title: Home Affairs Department confirms cyber incident impacting Ticketmaster customers
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