Data breach

Penetration Testing and IoT A Conundrum

Tech Companies Respond to the Concerns of Netizens ‘Digital Privacy’

Whistleblowers and electronic activists were shocked at the violation of privacy online for a long time. Now a host of technology entrepreneurs aim to turn an increasing awareness of the…

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Free Facial Recognition Tool to Track People on Social Media Sites

American Civil Liberties Union Sues FBI, DEA, and Justice Department Over Facial Recognition Secrecy

The ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) sued the FBI, Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), and Justice Department for records detailing their use of facial-recognition software. The ACLU lawsuit states that the…

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After hacking data theft European Central Bank closes its website

Texas Man is in Jail for Hacking the Superior Court for 145 Months

A Texas man found guilty of hacking and abusing the LASC network for sending phishing emails was sentenced to a federal prison this week. The man, Oriyomi Sadiq Aloba, 33,…

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Hostinger Resets User Passwords after data breach

Hostinger Resets User Passwords after data breach

Hostinger web hosting provider resets all customer passwords during the weekend, after learning that an attacker has unauthorized access to one of their internal systems. Hostinger, which was founded in…

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Twitter Bug Exposes User Information To 3rd Party Advert Providers

Twitter Bug Exposes User Information To 3rd Party Advert Providers

Micro-blogging site Twitter has disclosed that some of their advert partners are abusing a bug in their system that allowed the latter to extract user information without the consent of…

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Capital One Lost 14 Years Worth Of Customer Information In A Data Breach

Capital One Lost 14-Years Worth Of Customer Information In A Data Breach

Capital One is the latest victim of a large-scale breach, which happened from 2005 and 2019. The 14-year worth data collection may be considered as the data breach with the…

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36TB Data Breach The Culprit Lenovo’s Obsolete Iomega NAS

36TB Data Breach: The Culprit, Lenovo’s Obsolete Iomega NAS

The probability that Lenovo has earned the infamous record for becoming a subject of the world’s biggest data breach in history is shaping-up fast. The culprit? The still online legacy…

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Sprint Data Breach Due To Samsung.com Bug Revealed

Sprint Data Breach Due To Samsung.com Bug Revealed

U.S. telecom giant, Sprint has recently revealed that a certain number of Sprint customer accounts were taken over by unauthorized users using a loophole in Samsung.com’s “add a line” feature….

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2018 British Airways Breach  £183 Million Fine Imposed

2018 British Airways Breach: £183-Million Fine Imposed

British Airways is now in hot water, as they are facing a £183-million fine in order to compensate the 2018 data breach it experienced. The airline company expressed its dissatisfaction…

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The Biggest Data Breach

The Biggest and Most Affected Data Breach

There were many data breach 2016. It seemed like there was a new one in the news every other week during that year. From a cybersecurity perspective, it was one…

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