While the unclassified network was breached, officials say there's no indication at this point that any data on the classified network was accessed.
That's an increase of more than 600 percent from 2012, according to state attorney general Kamala Harris.
Just 19 percent of IT pros are confident they know about all cloud computing applications, platforms or infrastructure in use in their organizations.
The number of Backoff infections increased by 57 percent from August to September 2014, according to Damballa.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation's Jacob Hoffman-Andrews says AT&T and Sprint may be using similar headers as well.
Those affected were notified two weeks after the breach was discovered.
A folder containing billing information was mistakenly left accessible online.
Potentially affected locations include seven in Pennsylvania, three in New York City, and one in New Jersey.
All Chinese visitors to iCloud.com are being directed to a fake page designed to steal login credentials.
The number of cyber attacks per week surged by 176 percent over the past five years, according to the Ponemon Institute.
'Bottom line, it's time to kill passwords,' says Centrify CEO Tom Kemp.
Twitter immediately disabled SSL 3.0 support following the disclosure.
Why is securing point-of-sale systems so hard, and what can retailers do to improve their PoS security postures?
Dropbox says it wasn't hacked, and that any stolen login credentials came from breaches at other sites.
The company says the infection came from 'a new form of malware that was undetectable by current anti-virus systems.'
Almost 400 locations are affected, exposing customer names, payment card numbers and expiration dates.
Additional targets included Citigroup, HSBC, E*Trade, Regions Financial, ADP and Bank of the West, though it appears that no data was stolen.
Account numbers and balances were exposed, along with detailed instructions on how to authorize new bank accounts for deposits.
The guidance is intended to help device manufacturers mitigate security risks.
An employee inappropriately accessed Social Security numbers, driver's license numbers, and Customer Proprietary Network Information (CPNI).
'You were affected if you used the following Web or mobile services: Chase.com, JPMorganOnline, Chase Mobile or JPMorgan Mobile,' the company says.
Lacoon researchers describe the iOS version of the malware as the 'first iOS Trojan linked to Chinese government cyber activity.'
Payment card account numbers may have been accessed, along with some cardholder names and expiration dates.
Mark Reuss, GM's vice president of global product development, says it's crucial to look at vehicle technology 'on a critical systems level.'
Malware was installed on 23 company computers, seven of which were found to be sending data to a server in Hong Kong.
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