A hacker has claimed to have obtained the personal information of 48.5 million users of a COVID health code mobile app run by the city of Shanghai, the second claim of a breach of the Chinese financial hub's data in just over a month. The hacker provided a sample of the data including the phone numbers, names and Chinese identification numbers and health code status of 47 people. "This DB (database) contains everyone who lives in or visited Shanghai since Suishenma's adoption," XJP said in the post, which originally asked for $4,850 before lowering the price later in the day.
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Inflation data is coming in better than expected and the Street had some positive sentiment on Alibaba.