OnePlus Security Breach Affected Users: Report
OnePlus was reported of a security violation recently in which the company has confirmed that the private data like telephone numbers, shipping address, name, email ID of those users are exposed. On the other hand, the company assured that the information about account and payment details aren’t been breached.
Now, it has been reported by CERT-IN which is an Indian cybersecurity service less than customers were affected by this security breach. Here are the details: In the time of the announcement, OnePlus failed to mention the amount of consumers. On the other hand, CERT-IN recommended the OnePlus users to change their account passwords.
The cybersecurity agency report also advises each of the consumers to be alert and not to open any spam and spam emails. Users are also proposed to avoid clicking on the link neither open the attachments. Opening clicking and attachments URL from spam mail may lead to harm to the consumer. “We took immediate steps to halt the intruder and reinforce security.
Meanwhile, the seriousness has been rated by the cybersecurity agency . OnePlus has sent alert emails to all the affected users, and the firm confirmed that the users that did not receive any email from the OnePlus team are protected from the data breach. The business is also exploring the matter with cybersecurity agencies to find out the exact cause.
The company has also confirmed that it will establish a bug bounty program which will challenge developers to find a vulnerability in OnePlus tablets. We can anticipate will also be entitled to rewards. “We’re continually upgrading our security program – we are working with a world-renowned security platform next month, also will start an official bug bounty program by the end of December.”