Officially Summer has yet to start, but to me it feels like it has already started. Over the past few weeks, my hometown of Toronto has endured sweltering temperatures. My boyfriend is an ardent music fan and has already taken me to a Slayer concert in the open air. (This is their last tour and it’s clearly a huge deal for metal fans.) In the next few months we’ll see Brujeria, Marilyn Manson and Rob Zombie (Jay’s preference), and Steely Dan (my preference) I know we ‘re not alone, and maybe millions of people are hoping to see live music this summer. The first step to attending a concert is purchasing tickets for it, and usually people do it online these days. Ok, you ‘re not actually able to use Ticketfly ‘s website.

Shaw Unib Shaida operated by Fixhackedwebsite has a video that describes the Ticketfly data breach in a nutshell.

Yep, ticket seller Ticketfly is the data breach survivor. Will this be Data Break Summer?

An attacker who goes by “IshAkDz” vandalised the Ticketfly website. They wrote:

“I am not sorry about your protection down. I will publish database next time.

Officially Summer has yet to start, but to me it feels like it has already started. Over the past few weeks, my hometown of Toronto has endured sweltering temperatures. My boyfriend is an ardent music fan and has already taken me to a Slayer concert in the open air. (This is their last tour and it’s clearly a huge deal for metal fans.) In the next few months we’ll see Brujeria, Marilyn Manson and Rob Zombie (Jay’s preference), and Steely Dan (my preference) I know we’re not alone, and maybe millions of people are hoping to see live music this summer. The first step to attending a concert is purchasing tickets for it, and usually people do it online these days. Ok, you ‘re not actually able to use Ticketfly ‘s website.

Shaw Unib Shaida operated by Fixhackedwebsite has a video that describes the Ticketfly data breach in a nutshell.

Yep, ticket seller Ticketfly is the data breach survivor. Will this be Data Break Summer?

An attacker who goes by “IshAkDz” vandalised the Ticketfly website. They wrote:

“I am not sorry about your protection down. I will publish database next time.