Thousands of hacked Domino’s Pizza accounts have sold on the dark web in the past 12 months, revealing a large problem for Domino’s Pizza customers.
Protecting customer PII is complicated for small businesses, but data breaches are much worse. Find out what it is and how to keep it safe.
Common misconfigurations on Google Firebase databases allow unauthorized parties to easily find and access users’ personal data in thousands of apps.
Zoom has come under fire lately due to a number of security vulnerabilities. Here’s what you can do to ensure your zoom meetings are secure as possible.
1.1 million customer records including some payment details were exposed by high-end gamepad manufacturer SCUF Gaming.
Adware can be annoying, while ad-supported software can be a beneficial funding model. Find out how they relate to each other and what the risks are.
42 million user IDs and phone numbers for a third-party version of Telegram were exposed online without a password. The accounts belong to users in Iran, where the official Telegram app is blocked.
Unfortunately, many cybercriminals are taking advantage of the COVID-19 outbreak. Find out about coronavirus scams and how to avoid them.
Cryptojacking sprang up suddenly in late 2017. Although the attacks are less prominent now, they could return with a vengeance, draining the resources of countless victims.
A third-party app used by EU merchants on Amazon UK, Ebay, PayPal and other marketplaces exposed 8 million sales records containing customers’ personal data.