Facial Recognition Logins Hacked with Facebook Pictures

Facial Recognition makes sense as a method for your computer to recognize you. After all, humans already use a powerful version of it to tell each other apart. But people can be fooled (disguises! twins!), so it’s no surprise that even as computer vision evolves, new attacks will trick facial recognition systems, too. Now researchers have demonstrated a particularly disturbing new method of stealing a face: one that’s based on 3-D rendering and some light Internet stalking.

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All Eddie Bauer Stores in U.S., Canada Infected With Malware

Clothing store chain Eddie Bauer said today it has detected and removed malicious software from point-of-sale systems at all of its 350+ stores in North America, and that credit and debit cards used at those stores during the first six months of 2016 may have been compromised in the breach. The acknowledgement comes nearly six weeks after KrebsOnSecurity first notified the clothier about a possible intrusion at stores nationwide.

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Arizona Anesthesia Group Notifies 882,590 Patients of Data Breach

Valley Anesthesiology and Pain Consultants (“VAPC”), a physician group of more than 200 anesthesiologists and pain management specialists with several locations near Phoenix, Arizona, began notifying patients on August 11, 2016, of a potential data breach involving protected health information (“PHI”), despite the fact their retained forensic consultant found no evidence that the information on the computer system was accessed.

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My Social Security Account- Register to Avoid Scam

The U.S. Social Security Administration says it is reversing a newly enacted policy that required a cell phone number from all Americans who wished to manage their retirement benefits at ssa.gov. The move comes after a policy rollout marred by technical difficulties and criticism that the new requirement did little to prevent identity thieves from siphoning benefits from Americans who hadn’t yet created accounts at ssa.gov for themselves.

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Mom Finds Security Cameras In Kids’ Bedroom Was Globally Livestreamed

A mother in Houston, Texas woke up one morning to pretty much every parent’s worst-case scenario.

“I happened to get a text from a friend of mine that said she saw a picture on Facebook and she thought it was a picture of our daughters’ room,” Jennifer, who asked to keep her last name private, told ABC subchannel KTRK.Continue Reading…

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