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Uber Pays $100,000 to Hacker for 57M Accounts Leak
Uber is facing a moment of truth. It needs to clean up its act. This company have our address and credit card information, and even details of travel history. It admitted a serious data leak was hidden: hackers breached and gained access to 57 million user accounts. What the Uber did is to pay $100,000 to hackers to delete the data. None argue it's deal with criminals. Does Uber really think customers' privacy is a small trade with hackers? They trusts hackers, but we have different opinion...
By Jake Novak  View Source  
Cybersecurity Startup Exposed Hospital Data in Demos
From time to time, we heard stories of data leak. There are so many ways and causes. But can you imagine your data are exposed because a security startup demonstrated its unbeatable features? The network of El Camino Hospital, based in Santa Clara, California was such a victim for years. As reports of Wall Street Journal, hundreds of presentations probed it...
By Jeremy Kirk  View Source  
POPULAR IOS APPS VULNERABLE TO TLS INTERCEPTION ATTACKS
Apps are main risk of your iPhone data leak. By Sudo Security Group, 19 of 76 apps are high-risk. Your financial or medical credentials, authentication tokens, or any else could be siphoned off by hackers. Local network, namely Wi-Fi, is the core of these risks. You cannot always keep your iPhone from Wi-Fi, a few seconds are enough for attackers to transfer credentials through unsafe apps...
By Thomas Fox-Brewster  View Source  
Potential data leak on millions of California voters
State election officials are looking into claims that data on millions of California voters were publicly posted online. California Secretary of State Alex Padilla said Tuesday that his office was working to verify media reports, first circulated Monday, that the information of as many as 191 million voters nationwide had been posted online “in...
By Christine Mai-Duc  View Source