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Read full post Photo-sharing site Imgur just found out it was breached back in 2014 – and back then it wasn’t storing your passwords securely.
Read full post Image-hosting website Imgur discovered at the end of last week that hackers broke into its systems in 2014, and stole the account details of some 1.7 million registered users. The post Imgur hackers stole 1.7 million email...
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Read full post At the heart of the regulation is the requirement for banks to allow licensed third-party providers (TPPs) of financial services to access securely their customer-account data, as long as the customer has given their prior consent. The...
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Read full post Just as in past decades when cash drawers and bank vaults were targeted for theft, today’s e-shops and online banks have fallen under the scope of cybercriminals. Their “digital-focus” is just an evolutionary step beyond robbing stagecoaches...
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Read full post Between approximately July 23 and 29, Mesri reportedly engaged in his blackmail campaign. After the TV network didn’t pay the required $6 million in digital cryptocurrency, he began leaking portions of the stolen data on July 30....
Read full post There is never a good time to reveal a cyber attack. But with EU’s GDPR looming, the fallout is only going to get harder and more expensive if you wait.
Read full post The ride-sharing company has confirmed an October 2016 data breach that compromised 57 million accounts.
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Read full post Russia Today and Sputnik swear up and down they’re legitimate news sources. The FBI, and former employees, beg to differ.
Read full post Girls Inc. of San Diego County was founded 50 years ago as a local affiliate of the national Girls Inc. The national organization was started as the Girls Club of America more than 150 years ago, to...
Read full post A year on from Google’s last $100,000 bug bounty payout, the same researcher has found a second critical persistent compromise of Chrome OS.
Read full post Texas police are looking for any data stored by gunman Devin Patrick Kelley, who was found with an iPhone after he killed himself.
Read full post Uber suffered a data breach in 2016, but didn’t tell anyone – instead, it seems the company paid the hackers to help to hush it up.
Read full post But dropping cross-site request forgeries from list is a mistake, some analysts say.