Chipotle Investigating Data Breach

Popular Mexican food chain Chipotle is warning customers about a data breach.

The company says it recently found unauthorized activity on a network used for payment processing in its restaurants. Chipotle immediately launched an investigation, and believe it has stopped the unauthorized activity. Additional security measures have also been put in place.Continue Reading…

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Leaked NSA Hacking Tools Being Used to Hack Thousands of Vulnerable Windows PCs

Script kiddies and online criminals around the world have reportedly started exploiting NSA hacking tools leaked last weekend to compromise hundreds of thousands of vulnerable Windows computers exposed on the Internet. Last week, the mysterious hacking group known as Shadow Brokers leaked a set of Windows hacking tools targeting Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows 7 and 8, and Windows 2012, allegedly belonged to the NSA’s Equation Group.Continue Reading…

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USPS-Themed Malspam Now Delivering 1-2-3 Knock-Out

Researcher’s detected an uptick in USPS-themed malspam walloping users with a 1-2-3 knock-out of nasty malware designed to infiltrate your system and steal all your most valuable information. This malware-laced email is actively being distributed with various Subject and Body messages containing references to missing and/or late USPS parcels.Continue Reading…

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Amazon is Launching a New Parent’s Dashboard

Amazon launched its Fire Kids Edition tablet with the intention of giving peace of mind to parents who hand their children a tablet and walk away. Amazon’s moderators approve everything kids can access on the device, including more than 8,000 books and 40,000 white-listed webpages. Today, the company is giving parents better insight into what their kids are doing on their tablets with the free Parent Dashboard. The dashboard lives at parents.amazon.com and can be accessed from any web browser.Continue Reading…

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Shoney’s Hit By Apparent Credit Card Breach

It’s Friday, which means it’s time for another episode of “Which Restaurant Chain Got Hacked?” Multiple sources in the financial industry say they’ve traced a pattern of fraud on customer cards indicating that the latest victim may be Shoney’s, a 70-year-old restaurant chain that operates primarily in the southern United States.Continue Reading…

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