The Biggest Hacks of 2020

While the world is struggling to get a grip over one of the most advanced pandemics, cyberattackers aren’t going anywhere. Check out some of the biggest hacks and data breaches of 2020 so far:


In January, Microsoft discloses security breach of customer support database, contained in roughly 250 million entries.

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In the same month, researchers found a leaky AWS bucket exposed online that contained the personally identifiable information of 30,000 individuals linked to the medical and recreational marijuana.

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In February, Estée Lauder exposed 440 million internal records in a security breach. The hacked database contained 440,336,852 records including internal company emails.


In March, T-Mobile revealed a security incident in which cyber attackers were able to successfully infiltrate the firm’s email services, leading to the compromise of T-Mobile customer and employee information.


A total of 5.2 million hotel guests were impacted by a data breach in March.


Japanese gaming company Nintendo confirmed today that hackers gained unauthorized access to around 160,000 user accounts since the start of the month.


On May 19, budget airline EasyJet said that information belonging to nine million customers may have been exposed, including over 2,200 credit card records, following a cyberattack. EasyJet is now facing an £18 billion class-action lawsuit due to the incident. 

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