Thousands of FTSE 100 Corporate Log-Ins Found on Dark Web

Phil Muncaster

Over three-quarters (77%) of FTSE 100 companies are at risk of suffering a damaging cyber-attack because corporate log-ins including plain text passwords are available on the dark web, according to Anomali.

The threat intelligence firm monitored underground forums between April and July this year and found on average 218 usernames and passwords available for each FTSE 100 firm affected.

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