Details of LinkedIn, Tumblr, Google, Yahoo, Microsoft Data Breaches Revealed

Everyday the news is exploding with reports of the latest data breaches and cyberattacks, which come so quickly and frequently that some cybercrime doesn’t get as much notice as it should (much to the relief of the CEOs of the companies, I’m sure.) Recently cybercrime has been rocking the headlines yet again, with big names catching our attention like LinkenIn, Tumblr…and remember MySpace? Yep, MySpace. Read on for the latest headlines about data breaches that may be affecting you.

 

Hacker Tries To Sell 427 Million Stolen MySpace Passwords For $2,800

“The same hacker who was selling the data of more than 164 million LinkedIn users last week now claims to have 360 million emails and passwords of MySpace users, which would be one of the largest leaks of passwords.”

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LinkedIn 2012 Data Breach May Have Hit Over 100 Million

Originally thought to have impacted 6.5 million users, LinkedIn has now discovered that more than 100 million accounts were compromised in the data breach.

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Finally! LinkedIn Comes Clean About Mass Data Breach

LinkenIn emailed users last Wednesday alerting them that if they haven’t changed their password since 2012, their passwords will be canceled because of the four-year-old data breach.

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Hackers Stole 65 Million Passwords From Tumblr, New Analysis Reveals

Tumblr has admitted to a data breach, but hasn’t released how many users were affected. A new independent analysis claims that 65 million passwords were stolen.

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Microsoft Windows zero-day exposes companies to credit card data theft

Details of LinkedIn, Tumblr, MySpace Data Breaches Revelead

 

Big Data Breaches Found at Major Email Services

272.3 million account details were stolen from Google, Yahoo, Microsoft and a Russian email service.

Details of LinkedIn, Tumblr, MySpace Data Breaches Revelead

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Karen Schmidt

Journalist turned blogger about all things ecommerce, shopping, retail and cyber security.

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