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Threatpost Sep 19
Eight cities have been hit by a data targeting payment cards. The stems from a vulnerable municipality payment portal software, which was previously hit in 2017.
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SonicWall Sep 16
The Personal data of 17 million Ecuadorians was found easily accessible online. Ecuador had a population of just over 16 million people in their 2016 census. via
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Threatpost Sep 21
A vulnerable municipality payment software, which previously led to the of hundreds of thousands of payment cards in 2017, has been targeted once again in 8 cities.
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Adlice Sep 20
resets all user passwords after a
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Mark Dunkerley 10h
Unfortunate how true this is 🤦‍♂️. It’s critical we do a good job of presenting risk and providing full transparency to leadership...if they accept the risk, accountability is at the top level of the organization!!!
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HackRead.com Sep 20
Poor security: 15,000 private webcams exposed to creeps ⚠️ More:
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ComplyAssistant Sep 19
Victim count in Minnesota skyrockets from 600 to 118,000 after more detailed investigation.
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Under the Breach Sep 17
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ₛₑcᵤᵣₑ Cybₑᵣ ₛₒₗᵤₜᵢₒₙ Sep 21
Case against former student charged with computer security still pending
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jamesvgingerich 3h
What consumers are doing to protect their a year after the huge . (CNBC)
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George Moraetes ℹ️ Sep 20
Mattress Company Leaks Data Records of 387K Customers
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TEAM CYMRU 9m
500,000 UK Digital Account Under Threat in Possible Monzo
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Ultrascan-KPO 18h
Google pays €945 million in French tax fraud settlement
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Alex 21h
Payment card thieves hack Click2Gov bill paying portals in 8 cities
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Shawna Flanders Sep 20
"Scotiabank’s source code and other sensitive data such as credentials were found on publicly available GitHub repositories."
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jamesvgingerich 7h
still fuzzy in the rear-view mirror. (Security Info Watch)
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Exela Technologies 5h
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jamesvgingerich 8h
One Year After , CompareCards Survey Suggests Americans Have Stepped Up Their Fight Against ID Theft. (Markets Insider)
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TEAM CYMRU Sep 21
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SonicWall Sep 20
This week, Ecuador suffers a country-sized data , smart cities are put under the microscope, and SonicWall takes a look at emerging technologies.
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