Greek domain registrar Papaki suffers security breach

Greece’s only ICANN-accredited domain registrar, Papaki, has suffered a security breach.

The incident was disclosed on July 27th and a notice was sent out to account holders.

The Papaki team has detected an unauthorized third-party access to their systems. As a security precaution, they strongly recommend enabling 2FA (two-factor authentication) in the account following simple steps and modifying the passwords of the services held with them.

There is evidence that an unauthorized third party gained access to their systems around July 2023.

Based on the current status of their investigation, the following personal data may have been accessed by the unauthorized third party:

Personal data and contact information:

  • Data related to the authentication/identification of data subjects, such as credentials (username and password for their services), name, or contact details (email, phone number, etc.)
  • Billing information (invoices, etc.).
  • Domains information and registrant contact details.

If anyone has data hosted with them, there is also a risk that these data may have been compromised in the incident.

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