Data Breach at KMart- Again…

For the second time in less than three years, Kmart Stores is battling a malware-based security breach of its store credit card processing systems.

Last week Krebs began hearing from smaller banks and credit unions who said they strongly suspected another card breach at Kmart. Some of those institutions received alerts from the credit card companies about batches of stolen cards that all had one thing in common: They were all used at Kmart locations.Continue Reading…

Google Lens Turns Your Camera Into a Search Box

Google is remaking itself as an AI company, a virtual assistant company, a classroom-tools company, a VR company, and a gadget maker, but it’s still primarily a search company. And today at Google I/O, its annual gathering of developers, CEO Sundar Pichai announced a new product called Google Lens that amounts to an entirely new way of searching the internet: through your camera.Continue Reading…

Zomato Hit By Security Breach, 17 Million User Records Stolen

Food and restaurant search engine Zomato’s database has suffered a security breach, with the user records of up to 17 million people having been stolen.

According to Hackread, this database is up for sale on a Dark Web marketplace and includes email IDs and password hashes of millions of Zomato users. The security publication got in touch with a data vendor, who goes by the monker “nclay”, and managed to confirm that some of the IDs up for sale were ones that corresponded to genuine, registered Zomato users.Continue Reading…