In a brazen move, a group has utilized an exploit for a recently patched Snapchat vulnerability, and has released a database containing usernames and phone numbers of 4.6 million Snapchat users. The group removed the last two digits of the phone numbers, however is claiming to make the full version
Online dating service Cupid Media has been compromised exposing more than 42 million accounts including password unencrypted in plain text. Brian Krebs reported that the data was found on the same servers as records stolen form Adobe and other organizations. “The data stolen from Southport, Australia-based niche dating service Cupid
We are a few weeks into the Adobe data breach and have seen the risks that it poses, however many think this breach only affects people who have purchased Adobe software. However, this is not the case. I was recently interviewed by a local news station regarding how the breach
On October 3rd, Adobe announced a data breach which at the time they believed only affected 3 million accounts, however towards the end of October a database leaked that contained more than 150 million usernames and encrypted passwords. The diverse customer base of Adobe is reflected in the database. In
MacRumors is reporting that their forum database has been compromised, and although the passwords were hashed, they are admitting that the default vBulletin hashing mechanisms may not be adequate to protect the users’ passwords.