Five university servers were used to mine Bitcoins.
Both suspects are 21-year-old students at Phnom Penh's SETEC Institute.
The lawsuit claims that MCCCD 'failed to notify victims of the data breach in a reasonable or timely manner.'
'This app made the false claim that it provided one-click virus protection; in reality, it did not,' the company wrote in an e-mail to purchasers.
'Site n email contacts all gone for good,' the publisher tweeted earlier this week.
Customer names, addresses, Social Security numbers and account numbers were mistakenly exposed.
A former employee inappropriately accessed names, Social Security numbers, home addresses and health insurance information.
During the same period, the total number of mobile malware samples surged from 189,626 to 299,950, according to Kaspersky Lab.
Andrew Ware was involved in a stolen identity tax refund scheme claiming a total of $137,132 in fraudulent refunds.
Approximately 2.6 million payment cards used at Michaels locations were accessed, along with 400,000 cards used at Aaron Brothers.
At least 788 UPMC employees have already been victims of tax fraud.
The three have been charged with threatening to launch cyber attacks against the Korean government.
Stephen Solis-Reyes, 19, is a second-year student at Western University.
The average SQL injection breach took almost 140 days to discover, according to the Ponemon Institute.
The e-mails ask recipients for their Battle.net user names, passwords, and answers to security questions.
More than 1,400 patients' names, addresses, phone numbers, Social Security numbers and medical records were exposed.
One third of consumers have been directly impacted by the misuse of personal data in the past year, according to GfK.
An administrative assistant provided patient names and addresses to a competing healthcare provider.
Potential clients' names, addresses, e-mail addresses, phone numbers and birthdates were exposed, along with the surgeries they were considering.
The Heartbleed bug was leveraged to access user names, e-mail addresses and passwords.
The Canada Revenue Agency says some data 'that may related to businesses' was also accessed.
The defendants allegedly told banks they were employees of the victims and were authorized to make transfers from their accounts.
A hacker believed to be from China accessed 55,000 VFW members' names, addresses and Social Security numbers.
Customers who made online purchases between March 2013 and March 2014 are affected.
Key to the court's decision was the question of whether Andrew Auernheimer should have been charged in New Jersey.
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