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Monthly Archives: September 2014

5 Million Gmail Usernames and Passwords Leaked Online

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5 million Gmail username and password combinations were leaked in an online Russian forum recently and Google is advising its users to update their passwords in order to protect their accounts. It was later revealed that these information appears to be outdated, and some passwords were more than 3 years old.

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Home Depot Involved in Major Security Breach

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Home Depot is the latest retail company to suffer from a major security breach involving tens of millions of customer data from the US and Canada. Information from customers who have used their credit or debit cards since April 2014 have been compromised, but the retailer is assuring their customers that for any fraudulent charges in their accounts, they will not be held responsible.

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Supervalu Security Breach: Customer Credit Card Info Compromised

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One of the biggest grocery chains in the US, Supervalu, became a victim to a recent credit card hack. A portion of the company’s computer network has been exposed leaving sensitive credit and debit card information at risk. Data from card transactions used from June 22 to July 17 may have been stolen, as announced by the US Company, affecting over 180 Supervalu markets and liquor shops across the country.

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