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Wait – Myspace is Still Around AND it Was Hacked?

Yes – apparently the early 2000’s dominant social media platform still does exist, and still potentially has 50 million unique visitors per month. What’s even more of a shock, is that this hack could be the largest password leak in ... »

Proactive Versus Reactive, We See You Reddit!

First off – no Reddit has not been compromised, so if you have an account to this broad range social media site, you can let out that deep breath you’re holding. But they, along with every other organization that takes ... »

DARK READING REBLOG: Epic Security #FAILS Of The Past 10 Years

We thought this was a great breakdown of some of the most epic security fails over the past 10 years. Happy 10-year Anniversary Dark Reading, thank you for always providing insightful, and top news articles in the information security world. ... »

Phishing Attacks Jump 250% From Oct Through March

It has been reported a record-breaking 250% increase in phishing activity between October of 2015 and March, 2016, says Business Wire (sourced from Anti-Phishing Working Group). As previously blogged, phishing is defined as ‘the activity of defrauding an online account holder of ... »

4-Year-Old Data Hack Has a Much Larger Scope Than First Reported

Back in June of 2012, LinkedIn confirmed that they had been breached, and approximately 6.5 million user’s credentials had been compromised. Now, almost 4 years later that number has grown exponentially. Busy bee hacker “peace_of_mind”, or ‘Peace’ as they seemingly ... »