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Has Your Google Account Been Compromised?

October 14th 2014 by
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In mid-September, over 5 million Google login and password combinations were said to be compromised due to a leak to a Russian cyber security internet forum. Dashlane, a service that helps manage passwords, created a tool that allows you to check if your account was compromised: You can access the tool here. If Your Login is on the List… First, change your password immediately. If you use that password for any other accounts, make sure to change it there too. Next, check your account for any suspicious activity. Are you missing messages? Are your friends complaining they received spam from…

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Home Depot Confirms Data Breach

September 10th 2014 by
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After about a week of researching “suspicious activity,” Home Depot confirmed Monday that their in-store payment processing has been compromised. Although details are not yet confirmed, it’s believed that about 60 million credit/debit cards have been affected. This makes it an every bigger data breach than Target experienced with 40 million credit cards. If you’ve used your credit/debit card at Home Depot between April and last week in the US or Canada, you may be at risk. There is not currently any evidence that HomeDepot.com payments were compromised, or that any PIN numbers were obtained from in-store purchases. What’s Being…

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Breaking News: Russian Hackers Steal 1.2 Billion Online Passwords

August 8th 2014 by
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Reports came in this week that Russian hackers obtained online login credentials of approximately 1.2 billion people. 500 million email accounts were also compromised in this hacking. Hold Security discovered this breach and estimate that 420,000 websites have been impacted. The names of the companies and institutions affected have not been released yet, but they range from big brands to small businesses. Hold Security is reportedly working on a way to allow individuals to securely access a database to see if their information has been compromised. Take Steps to Protect Yourself Since the scope of this is still unknown, it’s…

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eBay Targeted in Latest Data Breach

May 23rd 2014 by
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eBay, the popular online auction site, recently announced it was the target of a data breach approximately 2 months ago. The company reported the hackers were able to obtain customer names, encrypted password data, email addresses, physical addresses, phone numbers and birth dates. Extensive testing revealed that financial information was not be obtained. Financial information is stored on another network by PayPal. eBay is encouraging everyone to change their passwords. It’s also recommended you change your PayPal password, especially if it’s the same one you use for eBay. Be Proactive with Protecting Your Info Just because no financial information was…

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‘Vishing’ Attacks Increase; Keep Your Information Safe!

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May 6th 2014 by
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Recently, a VoIP-based phishing company has been obtaining card information of up to 250 Americans per day. This group targets a specific bank or credit union for a few days and then moves on. “Vishing” is the nickname given to voice-over IP phishing. It works like this: people are tricked into giving up payment card information after receiving a phone or text message, supposedly coming from a trusted bank. The message will tell them that their card has been deactivated and asks them to call a number to reactivate their card. Once someone does this, they’ll be asked to give their full card number and PIN… and their information is now in the wrong hands. 5 Ways To Stay Safe This year has been riddled with online security breaches, hackers and fraudulent schemes. To come out unscathed, you’ll need to protect yourself: Do not give out your personal information unless…

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