The fast-food chain has publicly admitted it may have been the target of hackers and credit card info may have been stolen from their systems, though they are still investigating the supposed breach.
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Michaels announced this week that a data breach which happened between May 8, 2013 and January 27, 2014 has resulted in the exposure of 2.6 million credit card numbers to cyber-criminals.
Hardware maker LaCie recently admitted that they have suffered from a year-long security breach which exposed the credit card info of an undisclosed number of people.
Retailer Target has now confirmed that "encrypted PIN data" was taken as part of the recent theft of 40 million credit card numbers from its database, but added the encryption key has not been removed
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A research team claims that used Xbox 360 consoles could still have credit card information that can be accessed by hackers, even if the console is restored to its original factory settings.
An investigation reveals that millions of bank customers are vulnerable to having their bank card data stolen with alarming ease, using some simple custom software and an NFC-enabled smartphone.
Google is testing a new email signup page where it will ask the user to enter their credit card information to also create a Google Wallet account.
Credit card numbers, passwords, and Social Security Numbers are amongst the confidential data comScore is accused of siphoning via spyware-like software installed by users.
In recent months, hackers have been targeting high profile institutions in society. The most prominent target of the bunch are Sony and its properties, starting from the PlayStation Network breach and continuing with attacks on...
The folks over at the PSX-Scene forums are reporting that over 2.2 million customers' names, addresses, phone numbers and credit/debit card information is up for grabs to the highest bidder, including the crucial three digit...
Black Friday, the busiest day of consumer spending in the US, and the symbolic beginning of the Winter holiday shopping season, is also a scammer's paradise. When customers are throwing money at you faster than...
Data thieves made quite a haul to the tune of 4.2 million credit and debit card numbers several weeks ago when they gained access to the computers of the supermarket chain Hannaford Brothers and Sweetbay....