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The details of thousands of offending motorists was uncovered via a backdoor link. The security hole allowed access to close to 10,000 records containing names, addresses, and photographs.
Staples has confirmed that they have been the latest to suffer a data breach resulting in over 1 million credit and debit cards potentially being compromised.
Malware has been found in several store-based systems over the last year. Apparently, UPS is the next company to face the issue of malware stealing customer data.
France's Orange experienced its second data breach in less than three months. The breach compromised nearly 1.3 million users of its online website. Luckily, credit card information was not stolen.
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.
A contractor working for a credit scoring company in South Korea has stolen the credit card details of almost 20 million of the country's 50 million residents and sold the data to marketing firms.
Apple finally admitted that their Developer Center has been compromised by hackers. The Dev website went offline last week and it's still not back online due to the security breach.
Late last night the Ubuntu forums, which uses vBulletin was hacked and data stolen, including usernames, passwords and email addresses. At the time of writing the site is still down for maintenance.
Names, addresses and email addresses of all of the participants in Sunday's Virgin London Marathon - including celebrities and politicians - were accidentally published on the event's website today.