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Google acknowledges Calendar bug could invite people to private events

Google acknowledges Calendar bug could invite people to private events Google says don't put email addresses into Calendars for now

Jan 24 2014, 10:13am CST

Experts say that Target Hackers will be tough to find

Experts say that Target Hackers will be tough to find Target hackers remain hidden behind shadowy, multi-layered black market, experts say NEW YORK (AP) — It doesn't surprise experts that some debit and credit card numbers stolen from Target's computer systems may have...

Jan 22 2014, 2:51am CST

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Shoppers fret about authenticity of Target emails Target email to customers offering credit help genuine, but scams are out there NEW YORK (AP) — An email sent to the roughly 70 million Target customers who may have been affected by a pre-Christmas data...

Jan 17 2014, 4:01pm CST

The Target Data Breach Is Becoming A Nightmare

The Target Data Breach Is Becoming A Nightmare Over the past month, details about the breadth of the Target data breach have continued to emerge.  It’s not a pretty story.  Bad enough when it appeared that through some means, hackers had gotten data all the way from...

Jan 17 2014, 1:51pm CST

Facebook Backdoor Gives Clues To Private Email Addresses

Facebook Backdoor Gives Clues To Private Email Addresses If you forget your Facebook profile name, you can enter your name, email or phone number into a page called Find Your Account to find your Facebook profile and some alternative email addresses, which are partially...

Jan 17 2014, 8:31am CST

Starbucks 'Chose Convenience Over Security' In Leaving iOS App Vulnerable

Starbucks 'Chose Convenience Over Security' In Leaving iOS App Vulnerable Is it better for mobile apps to be easy-to-use, or secure? It’s a question that app developers constantly grapple with in the face of a competitive landscape, and it can sometimes take a data breach like Snapchat’s to...

Jan 16 2014, 4:36pm CST

Google Makes Private Messaging Someone Easier... World Freaks Out.

Google Makes Private Messaging Someone Easier... World Freaks Out. Google’s growing portfolio of sentient devices filled with sensors collecting information about the world includes its search engine, its Android phones, its Street View cars, its driverless cars, its new robots, and as...

Jan 14 2014, 1:06pm CST

Why Even North Korea Outpaces The U.S. In Credit Card Security

Why Even North Korea Outpaces The U.S. In Credit Card Security The ever-worsening news from Target’s breach of credit card and customer data highlights the need to implement a more secure U.S. system to process our card payments. In recent articles, I have discussed ways to get...

Jan 14 2014, 10:26am CST

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Target Breach More Devastating than Expected

Target Breach More Devastating than Expected Target took the incident a little too lightly in the beginning. Yet now it is seriously thinking about confronting the security and data breach which occurred recently. That is because the damage done to its reputation by hackers is far more devastating than expected.

Jan 10 2014, 1:23pm CST

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ACA Website Security Worries? Trust Us; We're With The Government You’ve probably heard that President Obama signed up for Affordable Care Act (aka. ObamaCare) health care. Well, sort of. He won’t actually be using it because he already receives dandy federal government coverage, as...

Dec 29 2013, 8:06am CST

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This Man's Business Is Providing Fake Job Histories And References After William Schmidt lost his job as part of a mass layoff from a Columbus, OH auto parts distributor in 2009, several colleagues who had also lost their jobs asked him if he would act as a reference and fib about...

Dec 20 2013, 5:41pm CST

NSA allegedly using Google cookies to track suspects

NSA allegedly using Google cookies to track suspects Who would have thought that Google's cookies, which have been the subject of numerous privacy debates, will be used by the NSA to zero in on suspects.

Dec 11 2013, 12:46am CST

NSA and GCHQ spied gaming communities to uncover terrorist plots

NSA and GCHQ spied gaming communities to uncover terrorist plots More than game avatars and characters, spies and terrorists are said to be hiding as pixels to discuss plans and recruit members.

Dec 10 2013, 2:20am CST

A Masked Credit Card is the Best Choice to Shop Online

A Masked Credit Card is the Best Choice to Shop Online Many people who shop online have to provide the necessary personal information along with their credit card. This could expose their vital data to hackers and other evil elements of society. That is why a masked credit card is the best choice to purchase products and services on the Internet.

Dec 5 2013, 5:08am CST

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Apple Admits Developer Center Breach Might Compromise Personal Information Apple has acknowledged that its developers’ portal was hacked, might compromise personal information. The site has been intruded upon by a malicious element and it is still down while company announces security overhaul.

Jul 22 2013, 4:03am CDT

Ubisoft Database Hacked, Users Asked to Change Passwords

Ubisoft Database Hacked, Users Asked to Change Passwords The creator of the video game Assassins Creed, that is Ubisoft, has had its database hacked by malicious elements. All account holders have been warned to change their passwords to offset any further infiltration into their private details.

Jul 3 2013, 6:22am CDT

Facebook Security Bug Exposes Info of 6M Users

Facebook Security Bug Exposes Info of 6M Users The folks at Facebook have admitted the presence of a bug that infiltrated the network structure. The glitch in the system had exposed the private information of six million users. This included email addresses and phone numbers.

Jun 22 2013, 7:01am CDT