Data Breach

DocuSign Security Breach

As reported by databreaches.net, DocuSign, a provider of e-signature technology — acknowledged a data breach incident following which a third-party managed to gain access to the email addresses of its customers, data that it’s now using in massive spam campaigns. Additional information is not available, but requests that come from DocuSign should be considered suspect. ...

Dun & Bradstreet Compromises 33+ Million US Employees

Data aggregators like Dun and Bradstreet become suspect, even if they are not responsible for the breach. In this instance, data that was sold by Dun and Bradstreet has been collected and made public on the web. The database in question is US-centric, and contains information about employees of the Department of Defense, US Postal ...

Netgear Routers Hundreds of Thousands Compromised

Netgear Routers have a flaw that exposes them to a password bypass compromise. There is a huge number of routers affected, so if you have any Netgear routers, it is a good bet you have issues. The Netgear routers can only be compromised if remote management is enabled. CourseVector’s security team always suggests, just ...

Yahoo Breached Again 1 Billion Users Affected

Yahoo breached again resulting in more than one billion user accounts being compromised. The breach occurred in August 2013. This breach is believed to be separate from the reported this September. The stolen data may include names, email addresses, telephone numbers, dates of birth, hashed passwords and, possibly encrypted or unencrypted security questions ...

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