Remember Yahoo Mail? That email service famous for undergoing the largest breach of user data ever—and then outdoing itself a few months later with an even larger breach? Well, the company is now offering a paid version of its mail service in hopes that you’ll shell out cash to use the most-pwned email service ever.
When a company or website you trust gets hacked, it can be pretty unnerving. Particularly if you trusted that company with your credit card or medical information. But what if the hackers had knowledge of your sex life instead? That could be a reality: AdultFriendFinder has suffered a massive data breach.
President Obama will announce two new pieces of legislation on Monday that are designed to protect consumers from the massive data breaches and students from greedy companies that want their data. Good idea! However, some think Obama's plan doesn't sound like it provides quite enough protection. But it's still a good…
AT&T recently confirmed that a breach in April that let unauthorized contractors into the mobile giant's database to snag personal information including Social Security Numbers about AT&T Mobility customers. AT&T won't say how many users are affected, but unlucky folks have already been notified.
A group calling itself the A-Team has posted what they contend are the names, locations, aliases and even family members of the hacking cabal known as LulzSec. Could this be the real reason the high-profile hacking group disbanded this weekend?
If you haven't completely abandoned the PlayStation Network for good following the massive data breach and leak of user information that's slowly, painfully come to light over the past couple of weeks, take note of this story!