A latest breach of Tomorrowland‘s attendee database uncovered knowledge on 64,000 ticket holders from the Boom, Belgium-based occasion’s 2014 iteration. As a Tomorrowland spokesperson conveyed to Flemish information supply, De Standaard, Tomorrowland’s ticketer, Paylogic, contacted pageant organizers when the 2014 system displayed unprovoked “uncommon exercise.” Paylogic promptly disconnected the database and reported the incident, whereas Tomorrowland reached out to these whose data was compromised e mail.
Hackers are reportedly more likely to have gathered the names, ages, postal codes, genders, and e mail addresses of the 64,000 in Tomorrowland’s 2014 database, however didn’t get hold of private cost data, passwords, or bodily addresses. Only Tomorrowland’s 2014 goers had been affected by the breach. Tomorrowland personnel ask those that did obtain an e mail notification of information disclosure to be cautious of potential and ensuing phishing assaults, and to make sure that all digital correspondence comes from Tomorrowland.com.