Ladbrokes Encounters Security Breach

The UK paper, the Mail on Sunday, featured a security breach at Ladbrokes. The media storm is created by a person whose name is not known, however he goes by the name “Daniel”. So, Daniel who is believed to have previously worked for Ladbrokes and been able to access players’ information through a security breach, claims to have the information of over 10,000 Ladbrokes account holders up for sale. The information in question contains much more than the name and address of gamblers. It also includes account numbers, gambling history data and other personal details. To say more, Daniel claims he still has access to the rest of the company’s 4.5 million registered players, and that sounds like a fiasco for Ladbrokes.

It is known that at the moment Ladbrokes is working with police to investigate the situation and prevent similar situations in future.

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About Paul Greefin

Paul Greefin – was born in 1975 in waterford, Ireland. Being a very creative person, Paul decided to enter the prestigious University of London study art there. In 2001 he graduated and started his career as a writer of articles about modern art for layman. One of his colleagues made him interested in gambling and now Paul is a good poker player dreaming of entering a professional league.