Amazon-owned video streaming service Twitch TV appears to now be in damage control mode over the leak of 125GB of data which was reported last Thursday.
Reports are emerging of a breach at Twitch.tv that suggest hackers captured EVERYTHING right up until Monday, perhaps Tuesday (US time) this week.
Once used only by the military, corporations, and geeks, VPNs are effectively now a commodity for savvy online users, with the question for many no longer if you use a VPN, but which VPN you're using.
Security intelligence firm Recorded Future claims to have discovered the most likely source of a collection of data from breaches stretching back years; given the moniker Collection #1, it was disclosed recently by security professional Troy Hunt and said to contain 773 million email addresses and corresponding passwords.
The biggest Web comment hosting service Disqus was breached in 2012 but the company only knew of it last week, according to an announcement made on Friday.
A researcher known as Benkow, based in Paris, has discovered a list of 711 million email addresses, servers and passwords on a Web server in the Netherlands, all used to send spam.
More than 33 million records from a corporate database belonging to business services company and debt collector Dun & Bradstreet have been leaked online.
The details of 2.5 million gamers, who had accounts on Xbox360ISO.com or PSPISO.com, have been exposed on the Internet, having been hacked in late 2015.
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