The month of June was a challenging one for the security community. We saw a
number of high-profile attacks and data breaches, which highlight the ever-evolving threat
landscape.

One of the most notable attacks was the ChatGPT data breach, in which over 100,000 stolen
account credentials were being sold on the dark web. This breach exposed the personal
information of many ChatGPT users, including usernames, passwords, email addresses, and
IP addresses. The breach occurred in June, but we are releasing our report in July to give our
readers time to take steps to protect themselves.

Another notable attack was the data breach affecting pilots at American Airlines and
Southwest Airlines. The breach affected the personal information of about 41,000 pilots,
including names, addresses, and Social Security numbers. The breach also occurred in June,
and we are releasing our report in July to give our readers time to take steps to protect themselves.
These are just two examples of the many cyber attacks that occurred in June 2023. It is
important to be aware of these attacks so that you can take steps to protect yourself and your
data.

As CEO of Threatsploit, I want to assure our readers that we are committed to providing
the best possible security solutions. We are constantly monitoring the threat landscape and
working to develop new tools and techniques to protect our customers.

We also want to remind our readers that they can play a role in protecting themselves from
cyber attacks. By following some simple security best practices, you can help to keep your
data safe.