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Capital One is reporting a massive data breach affecting 100 million people in the US that exposed the names, addresses, phone numbers and email addresses they used on their credit card applications. A 33-year-old Seattle woman named Paige Thompson allegedly exploited a vulnerability in Capital One’s online databases to steal the credit card application documents, […]

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The Equifax data breach back in 2017 affected half of all adult Americans who were put at a high risk of identity theft due to Equifax’s terrible handling of their personal information. Now Equifax is finally set to pay. As Reuters reports, a global settlement has been reached between Equifax and the Federal Trade Commission, […]

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Don’t be surprised if a Google employee approaches you in public, asks for your face to be captured, and then says thanks with a $5 Amazon or Starbucks gift card. Google is experimenting with a new way of collecting face data involving public places and gift cards. As ZDNet reports, Google is sending out “many […]

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Be careful around shady browser extensions. They might be collecting and leaking your most private data. Eight browser extensions for Chrome and Firefox were recently shut down after a security researcher uncovered how they were secretly sending users’ private data to a marketing intelligence firm. The data collected is pretty disturbing. The extensions were able […]

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The data of 5 million Bulgarians has been compromised after a major cyberattack on the National Revenue Agency (NRA), the country’s tax reporting service. According to Capital, a weekly newspaper in Bulgaria, 57 folders were sent to the country’s media on Monday. That information contained over a million rows of PINs, names, addresses, and earnings, […]

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The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), a data security watchdog in the UK, has fined British Airways £183 million (approximately $229 million) for the company’s poor security practises that let hackers gather information about the names, email addresses, and credit card numbers of 380,000 transactions and affected 500,000 customers. The hack, which took place in June […]

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