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NASA hacked: 500 MB of mission data stolen through a Raspberry Pi computer...
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory was hacked last year by an attacker who used a Raspberry Pi computer. The hacker took advantage of the network's weaknesses to steal 500 MB of data, while remaining undetected for 10 months.
By Anonymous Submission on 2019-06-23 01:27 UTC
Nearly 12 million Quest Diagnostics patients' information may have been stolen in data breach...
Quest Diagnostics said Monday that nearly 12 million customers may have had their financial, personal, and medical information breached. The breach incurred through the American Medical Collection Agency, a third-party vendor that provides billing collect
By Anonymous Submission on 2019-06-03 19:11 UTC
After breach, Stack Overflow says some user data exposed...
After disclosing a breach earlier this week, Stack Overflow has confirmed some user data was accessed. In case you missed it, the developer knowledge sharing site confirmed Thursday a breach of its systems last weekend, resulting in unauthorized access to
By Anonymous Submission on 2019-05-17 19:20 UTC
Over 275 Million Records Exposed by Unsecured MongoDB Database...
A huge MongoDB database exposing 275,265,298 records of Indian citizens containing detailed personally identifiable information (PII) was left unprotected on the Internet for more than two weeks. [...]
By Anonymous Submission on 2019-05-08 23:01 UTC
Who's using Mueller Report Day to bury bad news? If you guessed Facebook, you're right: Millions more passwords stored in plaintext...
Wham, bam, gee thanks, Instagram While journalists and netizens are distracted digesting the redacted 400-plus-page Mueller report, released within the past few hours, today will be a good day for spin doctors to bury bad news....
By Anonymous Submission on 2019-04-18 19:05 UTC
600 Million Facebook Passwords Exposed For Up To Seven Years...
Things are going from bad to worse for Facebook who after openly syndicating a live Christchurch massacre video is now facing allegations after 600 million user passwords were found stored as just plain text. The passwords were also easily accessible by u
By Anonymous Submission on 2019-03-22 03:19 UTC

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