In at least one case, the credit card reader was accessed via the restaurant's Wi-Fi network.
Almost $1 million in Bitcoins were seized by German police.
The Web site's credit card transaction system was accessed between mid-October and mid-November of 2013.
Daniel Stratman pled guilty in return for a recommended sentence of not more than two years in prison.
The login credentials provide access to Facebook, Twitter, Google, Yahoo and ADP, among other sites.
Doru Gabriel Trifu was also ordered to pay $562,240 in restitution.
Eric J. Rosol has been ordered to pay $183,000 in restitution for using the Low Orbit Ion Cannon tool for one minute in February 2011.
The sites were being used to sell counterfeit merchandise.
URM Stores is now working to determine which stores were affected and for how long.
Some users' passwords may have been intercepted.
Students' names, birthdates, genders, identification numbers, vision exam dates, diagnoses and school names were mistakenly published online.
Vulnerable sites include those for Kickstarter, Mozy, Urbanspoon and Warner Bros., among many others.
The hacker leaked more than 77,000 users' data, including many users' bank details.
The exposed data includes employees' Social Security numbers, driver's license numbers and bank account numbers, and students' academic information.
Traffic was redirected to a DotCache exploit kit landing page, according to Malwarebytes.
Names, medical record numbers, addresses, phone numbers, dates of service, charge amounts, birthdates and Social Security numbers were accessed.
Almost 1,300 patients' names, birthdates, contact information, treatment information, diagnosis information and Social Security numbers were accessed.
Still, 82 percent say they're very or extremely concerned about their security online.
A former employee was caught after trying to print photos of patient records at Walmart.
An undisclosed number of patients' names, medical record numbers and birthdates may have been exposed when a USB flash drive was lost.
Employees' Social Security numbers, birthdates, home addresses, phone numbers and bank routing numbers may have been accessed.
Many supermarkets are asking customers to pay with cash or check after URM Stores' payment processing system was hit by a cyber attack.
An undisclosed number of people's names and Social Security numbers were mistakenly provided to employers for whom they hadn't worked.
John Anthony Borell III denied having had anything to do with the March 2012 arrest of fellow CabinCr3w hacker Higinio Ochoa.
Matthew Calicchio allegedly published thousands of student's personal information online.
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