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Home Depot Facing 44 Lawsuits, More Data Potentially At Risk

Home Depot has today confirmed that it is facing at least 44 civil lawsuits over its data breach and more stolen customer data could potentially be discovered. A number of angered customers had taken legal action over the last few months but the exact number of cases was unclear. In its regulatory filing, Home Depot Read More


Best Portugal VPN

Take a look through history and you’ll see that Portugal has a checkered past when it comes to censorship, but thankfully in the modern ear, Portugal does not censor the Internet. As a matter of fact, the country has adopted international data protection legislation to safeguard individual privacy. Portugal, however, is not exempt from geographic Read More


1,600 Card Transactions Breached at Minnesota Casino

Another day, another low profile data breach as 1,600 card transactions are breached at a casino in Minnesota, further shining a light on the number of smaller breaches taking place under the radar. The Grand Casino Mille Lacs in the town of Onamia reported this week that names, payment card numbers and expiration dates were Read More


Someone Might Be Spying On Your WebEx Meetings

Cisco has sent a warning to its customers to protect their WebEx meetings after Brian Krebs from KrebsOnSecurity found that almost 50 big players left their online meetings vulnerable and open for all. Krebs said that he found several organizations did not password protect their WebEx meetings, thus allowing anyone to join and get information Read More


GameStop Stores In Philadelphia Using Finger Scanning

If you love trading used games at GameStop outlets in Philadelphia, be prepared to have your finger interrogated. A new policy at all GameStop stores in the city of brotherly love requires customers to provide their fingerprints when trading in video games for store credit or cash. Customers have to electronically scan their thumbs at Read More


CNET Breached By Hackers, 1 Million Users’ Info Stolen

Tech news site CNET has fallen prey to a Russian hacking group who have stolen usernames, encrypted passwords and emails of over a million users. CNET says that the attack happened over the weekend when the hackers were able to gain access to its servers and user information. A rep from the hacking group called Read More