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100 Million Users’ Data Stolen in Quora Hack

There’s never been a data breach like it and it’s difficult to fully appreciate its severity. The hack of Quora exposed 100 million users accounts that contain a wealth of detailed and perhaps unique personal information found nowhere else on the Internet, exposing them to serious risks ahead including blackmail. Quora CEO Adam D’Angelo admitted …

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USPS Exposes 60 Million Identities

A tool used by USPS customers to update their addresses failed to work properly and allowed anyone to view and alter the information of any other of the 60 million registered users of the system. Visible and affected data includes not only name and address but could also expose social security numbers. The USPS claims …

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Amazon

Amazon Announces Data Breach ahead of Black Friday

Just days before Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the unofficial kickoff of the Holiday shopping season in the United States, online retail giant Amazon is tight-lipped about what appears to be a massive data breach involving consumers in the United States, the United Kingdom and across Europe. The stock price of the company has already …

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Car Hack

Connected cars allow hacking your identity

As cars get smarter they become vulnerable to electronic takeover. We know cars can be stolen, shut down or have safety features disabled remotely by hackers but did you know that if you sync your phone with your car, you open up your phone and yourself to hackers via your car? It’s pretty convenient to …

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Angry Federal Government OPM Employee

Data Breached Employees Sue for Lifelong Identity Protection

In 2015, millions of US Federal Employees of the OPM (Office of Personnel Management) had their identities hacked in a massive data breach many attribute to the Chinese government seeking leverage on them. A recent court hearing brings them one step closer to free lifelong identity protection. It has taken three years but two unions …

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