Another month another merchant announces that their point of sale system was compromised. This time it’s Forever 21 reporting their point of sale was compromised.
According to a post on the Imgur website, they have suffered a data breach that affects 1.7 million users of the site. For those who don’t use the site, Imgur is an online image sharing community and image host founded by Alan Schaaf in 2009.
Yahoo has just posted information concerning a newly found breach of its systems. This hack of Yahoo systems appears to be unrelated to a previous announced breach in September 2016. This time the Yahoo breach is reportedly affecting an astronomical 1 Billion (yes that is a B in
According to a News Release by Quest Diagnostics, it appears they have suffered from being hacked. The news release states that on November 26, 2016, via a third party app that approximately 34,000 individuals have had Name, Date of Birth, lab results, and (in some cases) phone numbers compromised. The
According to a notice released today by The Madison Square Garden Company, they have suffered a data breach on the on site credit card processing. Per MSG, if you visited the following locations Madison Square Garden Radio City Music Hall The Beacon Theatre The Chicago
Even though most people don’t like to admit it, porn is one of the most popular features of the internet. Just remember, it’s not something usually spoken about at parties. Here is the problem, it has come to light that one of the biggest players
Updated 9/22/16 @ 3:15 pm (EDT). Yahoo has now confirmed that it was breach, by what it calls “a state sponsored actor” in 2014. The hack according to Yahoo affects at least 500 million accounts (and to that can we all say DAMM!). Per Yahoo,
Landry’s Inc., who owns or operates some very well-known brands is reporting that they have been the victim of a data breach at some of its locations. According to the information released by Landry’s Inc. the breach occurred during 2 different periods from May 4, 2014
Flash Player Upgrade Required’ Fake Message, Don’t Get Fooled. Criminals typically use the ‘Flash Player Upgrade Required’ fake message to deliver Trojans and other malware disguised as fake updates for Adobe Flash.