What’s worse than one data leak? Two data leaks. Because of this development, Google says it’ll be shuttering Google+ even earlier.
If you’ve been asking for support help from Bethesda regarding Fallout 76, you may have had some details leaked to unwitting third parties.
Quora, a social media platform for asking questions, has suffered a data breach. 100 million user accounts have been compromised.
Ride hailing service Uber has been fined €1 Million for the data breach it experienced in 2016. The total fine comes from two different countries.
November seems to be ending with a bang on the security front. Marriott has been hit with a huge 500 million account data breach.
It’s yet another data leak. This time, it’s the United States Postal Service. The leak reportedly exposed 60 million users.
UK ISP TalkTalk suffered a data breach back in 2015. Now, prison sentences are being handed down to two individuals partly responsible for the hack.
Another day. another major data leak. This time, it comes from the country of Malta whose Lands Authority saw highly sensitive information exposed.
The Federation of Industries of the State of São Paulo (FIESP) of Brazil has suffered a leak. The size of the leak is unclear, but it appears to be over 35 million records.
Major online retail website Amazon is admitting that they have suffered a data leak to their customers. The news broke just days before Cyber Monday.