Uh-oh, says Facebook, it turns out millions of user passcodes were stored in plaint text on the social network’s servers. Facebook disclosed the mistake that risked exposing the passwords of Facebook and Instagram users in a new blog post called Keeping Passwords Secure — presumably the irony is not intentional. Now do you really trust Facebook?
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Hacked Dunkin' Donuts accounts are now being sold on Dark Web forums.
Dunkin' Donuts announced today that it was the victim of a credential stuffing attack during which hackers gained access to customer accounts.
If you have a Dunkin' Donuts account, go change your password to something completely different!
Fast food restaurant chain Huddle House has disclosed that they were affected by a data breach in the point of sale system at some locations that allowed attackers to steal payment information.
According to a security notification released on February 1st, point of sale systems at various Huddle House locations were infected with malware that allowed attackers to steal credit card information that used to purchase food at the restaurant.
It was all over the news. A server outage at a major newspaper publishing company on Saturday that prevented the distribution of many leading U.S. newspapers, including the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune and Baltimore Sun.