Hackers behind British Mensa breach publish private messages of forum members on dark web

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Some messages include email addresses and contact numbers of Mensa forum members

Hackers who breached the website of British Mensa last month have reportedly leaked private conversations between some of the forum members onto the internet. According to independent cyber secu...

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