The Internet job web site, Monster.com was attacked by hackers again for the second time since 2007. In this instance hackers have stolen user data directly from the database, including user ID's, passwords, email addresses,...
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According to digital security firm Symantec, as many as 1.6 million records belonging to several hundred thousand people from Monster.com Worldwide's job search service may have been stolen by the trojan horse Infostealer.Monstres in a...
Monster Worldwide Inc. said Monday that Jeff Taylor, who founded job search Web site Monster.com, is leaving the company in August to start a new Internet venture. Monster said it would provide some...