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Imperva discovers phishing kit hosted in the cloud
Phishing tactic uses proxy hackers to harvest hundreds of thousands of credentials.
Jul 27 2010 2:19PM
Thousands of websites infected with 'backdoor code': Websense
Threats changing hourly.
May 5 2010 11:33AM
ATO loses thousands of records on unencrypted CD
The Australian Taxation Office lost an unencrypted CD containing thousands of personal details – and waited three weeks to inform those affected of the loss.
Oct 31 2008 3:05PM
IFRAME attack impacting 20,000 trusted websites
Researchers on Friday continued to monitor a widespred IFRAME attack that exploits visitors to legitimate websites by installing an information-stealing trojan on their machines.
Mar 17 2008 10:10AM
US data mistakes leave thousands 'dead'
Tens of thousands of people are being declared 'dead' thanks to poor data management by the US Social Security Administration (SSA)..
Mar 4 2008 3:32PM
SQL attack hits thousands of sites
Security experts have warned that a single automated SQL attack has compromised thousands of websites..
Jan 14 2008 6:55AM
Hacking device found to contain thousands of personal details
Security researchers have discovered a tool used by cybercriminals that stores the stolen data of more than 30,000 users.
Aug 27 2007 10:35AM
Thousands of Monster.com user details stolen
The employment website Monster.com has suffered a malware attack with the personal details of hundreds of thousands of users stolen, according to Symantec.
Aug 22 2007 7:46AM
Thousands infected with video disguised malware
A Trojan that disguises its malicious content by playing a humorous animation is spreading across the internet, according to security experts.
Jun 28 2007 10:03AM
'Italian Job' Trojan infecting thousands of servers, end-user PCs
A fast-moving, large-scale Trojan attack using the MPACK web exploit toolkit has infected nearly 10,000 web pages and downloaded malware on end-user PCs, according to security researchers at Trend Micro and Websense.
Jun 19 2007 9:33AM
Thousands exposed to fraud following database theft
Thousands of customer details have been used by fraudsters following the theft of a Cable & Wireless database, an investigation has found.
May 30 2007 11:31AM
New strain of Gozi virus steals thousands of bank details
A fresh batch of the Russian Gozi virus has spread across the world stealing personal data from thousands of computer users.
May 22 2007 10:41AM
MySpace removes thousands of sex offender profiles
Social networking site, MySpace, has removed thousands of profiles of convicted sex offenders to protect its young users from abuse.
May 17 2007 10:07AM
UK retailer Marks & Spencer employee details stolen
Thousands of employees at Marks & Spencer are demanding answers after being told they may be at risk of identity fraud following the theft of a company laptop.
May 9 2007 9:52AM
AOL shamed by loss of thousands of emails
AOL has assigned technical staff to help UK customers whose email archives were wiped of thousands of messages.
Apr 11 2007 12:15PM
Thousands of UK's Halifax customer details stolen
Thousands of Halifax customer details have been stolen following the theft of a briefcase from an employee's car last week.
Mar 28 2007 12:12AM
Another laptop stolen in UK 16 000 affected
Thousands of employees at Worcestershire County Council are demanding answers after being told they are in danger of becoming victims of identity fraud following the theft of a laptop containing their bank and national insurance details.
Feb 28 2007 1:50AM
Taxis safest place to lose mobile devices
A survey of around 2000 taxi drivers from eleven major cities around the world shows thousands of valuable mobile phones, handhelds, laptops and USB Sticks are forgotten in taxis every day.
Dec 12 2006 12:44PM
UK school saves thousands with open source network
Infrastructure includes email and proxy filtering systems.
Sep 1 2006 10:17AM
Thousands of mobile devices left behind in taxis
Thousands of mobile phones, PDAs, laptops, and Pocket PCs are inadvertently left behind in the back of taxis, according to a survey of 900 taxi drivers around the world.
Jan 24 2005 8:03PM
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