Hackers stole personal data of 79,400 MyRepublic customers in Singapore, including copies of NRICs

This is the latest incident in a string of cyberattacks in Singapore in recent months. — AFP

SINGAPORE: The personal data of nearly 79,400 mobile subscribers of MyRepublic here was accessed by hackers, the mobile operator and Internet service provider said on Friday (Sept 10).

This is the latest incident in a string of cyberattacks in recent months.

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