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The Home Depot reportedly ignored warnings from its own cybersecurity team

56 million credit cards were compromised in a recent hack on The Home Depot. Now, The New York Times is reporting that the company dismissed and largely ignored concerns put forth by security researchers as far back as 2008. 113 more words

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eBay security flaw has existed for months

A flaw that has exposed eBay customers to malicious websites has been affecting the site since at least February, the BBC has found.

Earlier this week it was revealed how clicking on some listings automatically redirected users to the harmful sites. 88 more words

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eBay attack puts its buyers at risk

EBay has been compromised so that people who clicked on some of its links were automatically diverted to a site designed to steal their credentials. 76 more words

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US military contractors hit by hacks

Hackers associated with the Chinese government broke into the computers of airlines and military contractors over 20 times in a single year, according to the US Senate. 61 more words

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Home Depot Admits 56 Million Payment Cards At Risk After Cyber Attack

The Home Depot said Thursday that about 56 million customer debit and credit cards were put at risk after hackers broke into the company’s payment systems. 20 more words

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IMPORTANT About 5 Million Google Account Credentials Dumped Online

September 10th, 2014, 09:05 GMT · By Ionut Ilascu

Do you folks really want to play in Google playground ..They may be cheap but you get what you pay for NOTHING BUT GRIEF… 287 more words

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