The company says it is “completely overhauling our developer systems, updating our server software,” to prevent similar threats in the future.
LivingSocial, the international daily deals company, is alerting 50 million of its members to hack that left names, emails, birthdays, and hashed passwords exposed.
A security breach at cloud-based customer support vendor Zendesk has exposed personal information including email addresses of Twitter, Pinterest, and Tumblr clients, the company said today in a blog post.
Attackers breached insurance provider Nationwide’s systems in October, stealing the mother lode of personally identifiable information. The company says law enforcement is currently searching for the hackers.
Google Webmaster Tools, the Google site that helps website owners manage how their site appears in Google, diagnose problems, and optimize traffic, is currently experiencing a major security breach.
SpiderOak Blue Private Cloud allows companies to store sensitive data within its own infrastructure, rather than a third party site.
Dropbox may be having yet another bad security day.
Last night the news broke that Yahoo had a security breach and 435,000 usernames and passwords had been hacked. Particularly troubling? The login credentials are in plaintext, not even encrypted.