The Madison Square Garden Company just disclosed that someone had access to its payment processing system for almost a year. That means all data included on the magnetic stripe of thousands of credit cards — like credit card numbers, cardholder names, expiration dates and internal verification codes — could have been stolen.
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You know a security risk is serious when Mark Zuckerberg starts paying attention. While putting tape over your webcam is one surefire way of making sure no one's watching you on your webcam, you don't have to rely on such primitive methods. There are a couple of apps that can do the job for you.
In September, just two months after Verizon announced plans to acquire Yahoo, the search and email giant revealed that state-sponsored hackers had stolen the personal information of 500 million users. According to Yahoo, it began seriously investigating the attack this winter, but the company now says at least some employees knew of the breach as early as 2014.
Yahoo just announced that it was the victim of a devastating state-sponsored hack that resulted in the personal data of half a billion users being breached. If you're a Yahoo user, your account may have been comprised.
Do you cover your webcam with tape or a sticker? Mark Zuckerberg does. It's used to guard against hackers who might want to peek at your or your environment through your devices. And now the FBI Director has come out defending his own use of tape on his devices.
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The recent hack that targeted US Democratic officials and led to the resignation of Democratic National Committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz was much bigger than initially suspected, according to a new report from the New York Times.