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Massive Ticketmaster, Santander data breaches linked to Snowflake cloud storage

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Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge

A data breach potentially affecting as many as 560 million Ticketmaster accounts and a confirmed one for Santander Bank may have stemmed from attacks on the cloud storage accounts with a company called Snowflake. As spotted by Bleeping Computer, an investigation from cybersecurity firm Hudson Rock reports that a bad actor gained access to Ticketmaster and Santander by using the stolen credentials of a single Snowflake employee.

According to Hudson Rock, the hacker bypassed the authentication service Okta using these credentials and then generated session tokens to obtain a trove of information from Snowflake. In addition to Ticketmaster — which publicly acknowledged the breach later on Friday evening — and Santander Bank, Hudson Rock…

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