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A September breach that resulted in the theft of 56 million credit and debit cards belonging to Home Depot customers also saw hackers steal roughly 53 million email addresses, the retailer revealed this week.
New research reveals that a teen in Russia, who was not yet 17 years old at the time, authored the malware that was able to hack into Target's systems over the holidays.
Hackers who were able to gather credit card data on over 70 million Target shoppers during the 2013 holiday shopping season were able to do so using garden variety malware.
Security researcher Brian Krebs has revealed the number of users affected by Adobe's breach earlier this month is much higher than originally believed.
This week it was reported that Russian authorizes have arrested an alleged hacker, one who is believed to have been responsible for distributing the notorious “Blackhole” malware, which is widely used by cyber criminals to infect PCs.
Adobe has admitted to a data breach that could leave 2.9 million users vulnerable to future attacks. Adobe customers had their names, passwords and encrypted credit and debit card information accessed in the attack on the company’s servers.
A security research expert has discovered a host of data leaks within three large US databanks, with birthdays and social security numbers being hacked by a powerful botnet and published elsewhere online.
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