data breach

10.7.19

Toms Shoes' Mailing List Hacked to Tell Users to Log Off

"hey you, don't look at a digital screen all day, theres a world out there that you're missing out on."

9.3.19

Hackers Breach Forum Of Popular Webcomic ‘XKCD’

The data breach affected 560,000 users.

8.1.19

Clothing Resale Marketplace Poshmark Announces Data Breach

"We recently discovered that data from some Poshmark users was acquired by an unauthorized third party."

8.1.19

One Million Bank Phone Calls Found in Exposed Server

The calls contain employees from Bank of Cardiff, based in California, talking to potential customers about business loans and other sensitive conversations.

7.30.19

Here's What You Need to Know About the Capital One Data Breach

Personal data on 106 million customers was stolen, including credit card applications dating back to 2005.

6.14.19

What Happens When a US Border Protection Contractor Gets Hacked?

The government wants all the data it can get from you at the border. But what happens when a hacker shows they can’t store it safely?

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6.13.19

Here Are Images of Drivers Hacked From a U.S. Border Protection Contractor

A license plate scanning company was hacked, and now thousands of images of drivers are on the dark web.

6.11.19

The Biggest Data Breach Archive on the Internet Is for Sale

Troy Hunt, the owner and founder of the site, announced that he’s actively looking for a buyer.

6.5.19

American Who Leaked HIV Status of Thousands in Singapore Found Guilty

A scandal that rocked Asia ends in a Kentucky courtroom.

5.24.19

Hackers Breach Company That Makes License Plate Readers for U.S. Government

The hacker known as "Boris Bullet-Dodger" has published what appears to be internal data belonging to Perceptics, which provides license plate reader technology for the Mexico border.

5.23.19

Snapchat Employees Abused Data Access to Spy on Users

Multiple sources and emails also describe SnapLion, an internal tool used by various departments to access Snapchat user data.

5.21.19

AT&T Homepage Mistakenly Warns Users of a Non-Existent Data Breach

The boilerplate FAQ is an interesting peek behind the curtain at how companies prepare for data breaches, and at how they pre-plan their apologies.

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