A former employee apparently leveraged customer data to trick victims into providing remote access to their computers.
Cards used at Hershey locations between mid-March and late May 2015 may be affected.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has been contacting public companies to gather information on the group's activities and methods.
A new estimate more than four times greater than the previous one was recently provided to U.S. Senators.
Ten flights were canceled, and more than 1,400 passengers impacted.
The attack is simpler and cheaper to launch than traditional spear phishing attacks, and it can be dangerously effective.
While the vulnerability could provide an attacker with an enormous amount of access to an affected device, it's extremely difficult to exploit.
According to the New York Times, Cardinals officials allegedly tried a series of passwords until they successfully accessed the Astros' network.
Recently unsealed documents indicate that a Chicago residence was searched in connection with the breach in October 2014.
Email addresses, password reminders, server per user salts and authentication hashes were compromised.
The hackers claim the defacement was enabled by targeting the Limelight Networks content delivery network.
Europol recently announced 49 arrests in connection with the fraud campaign.
The majority of CISOs say they would spend any additional cyber security funds on human-centric solutions.
The malware currently targets Oracle MICROS and other point-of-sale systems.
The unencrypted computers were stolen from an office that had recently been acquired by Heartland.
Approximately 4 million current and former federal employees may be affected.
The leaked data included names, birthdates, identification numbers and addresses.
A spreadsheet containing the data was sent to over 1,000 people due to a 'technical fault,' the company said.
The company says malware was 'effectively deployed' on some of its point of sale systems between March 6 and April 17, 2015.
A specific series of characters displayed in a notification can cause a device to crash and reboot.
'We've asked Makman if he'd be willing to work with us," Times Internet CEO Satyan Gajwani tweeted.
The leaked data includes user name, birthdates, email address, gender, location, relationship status and sexual orientation.
The Internal Revenue Service says the accounts were breached using 'taxpayer-specific data acquired from non-IRS sources.'
Not enough banks signed on to the $19 million settlement, which would have required them to drop any further claims against Target.
The bank says its domain name servers were hijacked last month.
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