Verizon is still interested in purchasing Yahoo’s core Internet business but not at the original price of $4.83 billion. In light of two major security breach disclosures in the past five months, Verizon was looking for a discount which has…
Arby’s, the fast food chain that proudly proclaims it has the meats, apparently also has something else – lax security.
Popular video sharing site Dailymotion said on Tuesday that it recently learned of a potential security risk that may have compromised the passwords for a certain number of accounts.
Researchers from the University of Newcastle have identified a trivial cyber attack that exploits flaws in Visa’s card payment system. With the right set of software tools, the flaws can be exploited to “guess” a card number, its expiration date…
Madison Square Garden, the multi-purpose indoor arena that’s played host to countless major entertainment and sporting events over the years (the most recent of which being UFC 205), recently uncovered evidence that its payment processing system has been compromised for…
Yahoo in September confirmed that credentials belonging to at least 500 million user accounts had been stolen during what it believed was a state-sponsored attack on its networks back in 2014.
Verizon in July agreed to purchase Yahoo for approximately $4.83 billion in cash. The following month, a well-known hacker that goes by the handle Peace offered up the login credentials of 200 million Yahoo accounts on a dark web marketplace…
Yahoo in early August said it was aware of an alleged security breach involving the login credentials of some 200 million Yahoo accounts but didn’t confirm or deny its authenticity.
Data breach and hacking notification site LeakedSource has uncovered new information regarding the 2012 hack on Last.fm. Although the service issued a mandatory password change years ago, the scope of the hack is frightening to say the least.
Clothing store chain Eddie Bauer has revealed that the point-of-sale systems (POS) used to process payment cards at its more than 350 retail stores had been infected with malware for several months.
The College Board, the not-for-profit testing company that’s responsible for putting together the SAT college entrance exam used worldwide, set about redesigning the exam in 2012 under the guidance of newly-appointed CEO David Coleman.
Fast food chain Wendy’s on Thursday revealed that 1,025 of its 5,144 franchise locations in the US were targeted by what the company describes as a sophisticated, criminal cyberattack that resulted in customers’ payment card information being compromised.
Acer recently learned that its US-based e-commerce site had been compromised and is preparing to inform customers that may be affected according to a template letter sent to the California Attorney General’s office.
A string of high-profile data breaches over the past several weeks has put some major technology companies on high alert. The breaches in question – affecting LinkedIn, Myspace, Tumblr and VK – took place years ago meaning the stolen data…
Account credentials belonging to more than 100 million users of VK.com (Russia’s equivalent to Facebook) are up for sale on a dark web marketplace.
Time Inc., which recently acquired pioneering social network Myspace, has confirmed reports that the site was hacked. Like the Tumblr breach that we reported on yesterday, the compromised Myspace data dates back several years.
A collection of 167 million LinkedIn accounts is up for sale on a dark market website. The asking price? A mere five Bitcoins, or roughly $2,200.
Hackers have reportedly managed to infiltrate the Philippines’ Commission on Elections (COMELEC) entire database, potentially putting at risk some 55 million registered voters.
Hackers steal 1.5 million Verizon Enterprise client records, data now for sale on underground market
Security journalist Brian Krebs of KrebsOnSecurity has learned that Verizon Enterprise Solutions, a unit of the telecommunications company that provides nearly every Fortune 500 company with IT security and services, has fallen victim to a cyber attack.
Time Warner Cable has revealed that sensitive data belonging to hundreds of thousands of customers may have been compromised.
Security researchers with Avast recently took a look at several shopping apps to see just how much retailers know about their shoppers. What the team found was a bit alarming, to say the least.
Police in the UK have arrested a 21-year-old man in connection with the recent hack of children's toy maker VTech.
VTech, makers of several popular educational toys for children, topped headlines last week after it was revealed that a hacker had infiltrated the company’s database and made away with personally-identifiable information belonging to nearly five million families.
Children’s toy maker VTech recently revealed that personal data belonging to nearly five million customers was compromised in a security breach that took place on November 14.
Hilton Hotels has confirmed a security breach that experts first suspected as early as August. The attacks – some dating back more than a year – involved malware loaded on point-of-sale systems in some of Hilton’s restaurants and gift shops. …