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.
A call center employee at billing company Medical Management, LLC stole thousands of patients' names, birthdates and Social Security numbers.
Names, user names, birthdates, e-mail addresses and subscribed identification numbers were exposed.
'Over last 5 years my only interest has been to improve aircraft security,' Chris Roberts tweeted recently.
Company chief security officer Mike Burgess says the hackers 'had complete access to the corporate network.'
The College of Engineering's computer network was disconnected from the Internet in response to the breach.
The company says it won't 'speculate on the scope of the intrusion,' since the investigation is ongoing.
The flaw could allow an attacker to escape a VM environment and access the host system.
'Criminals are learning how to turn rewards programs, points, and prepaid cards into cash,' notes Gartner's Avivah Litan.
Charles Eccleston allegedly designed and sent spear phishing emails targeting more than 80 computers at the U.S. Department of Energy.
Forty percent have experienced more than five data breaches, according to the Ponemon Institute.
It's not yet clear how many customers may have been affected.
The breaches exposed more than 530,000 people's personal information.
If it doesn't have permission to overwrite the MBR, the malware destroys all files in the user's home folder.
27 percent say they're experiencing stress-related illness due to work demands, according to GFI Software.
In both cases, customer payment card information appears to have been accessed.
The website's own functionality was used to deliver malware to job posters.
The airline says the funds have now been frozen, and it expects them to be repaid.
And 59 percent said a breach of one company's network can lead directly to attacks on different networks in connected sectors of the economy.
An employee's account was compromised and used to access several internal systems.
Netskope also recently found that almost a quarter of all logins to CRM apps come from compromised credentials.
And for 11 percent of U.S. enterprises, hourly losses can exceed $1 million.
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