Social Security numbers
A St. Louis Post-Dispatch journalist found 100,000 Social Security numbers exposed in a government website, and reported the flaw to the government.
A data breach that already hit bank employees just got much worse
Hackers posted the alleged names, social security numbers, and home addresses of several Flagstar Bank workers.
The data includes names, phone numbers, addresses, and Social Security Numbers.
The social security numbers, addresses, phone numbers, and alleged credit card numbers of dozens of people are being advertised and sold on Facebook. The internet giant deleted some of them after Motherboard flagged the posts.
Social security numbers are bad, but it's really hard to do better.
If you checked to see if your social security number was stolen, there's no need to worry that you've signed away your right to join a class action lawsuit.
Equifax reveals hackers recently stole all kinds of sensitive data from its servers.
A hacker is advertising 9 million records supposedly hacked from a health care insurance database. But what could they actually be used for?
Six months later, the story of the OPM hack keeps getting worse.