T-Mobile has confirmed that files posted on a full disclosure mailing list are genuine – but the company fails to explain whether or not cybercriminals really got full access to its systems, IDG reports.
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T-Mobile hack data is genuine
A federal class action claims AETNA insurance allowed hackers to enter its Web site and gain access to personal information about 450,000 employees, former employees and potential employees.
Class Alleges Massive Data Breach at AETNA
According to a new study from the Identity Theft Resource Center, the most common use of identity theft involves opening a new credit account in the victim’s name. This type of fraud affects almost two-thirds of identity theft victims.
The FTC and a California district court judge are doing their parts to make sure the Internet is a safer place by last week shutting down the ISP and Web-hosting company Pricewert LLC — also known by the aliases 3FN, Triple Fiber Network, APS Telecom and APS Communications.
FTC Shuts Down Criminal Web Hosting Company
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Alcoa shutting down Arkansas plant indefinitely.
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Alcoa Announces More Closures