Hector Xavier Monsegur coordinated hundreds of attacks on foreign government Web sites while he was working as an informant for the FBI.
Cyber attacks targeting Bitcoin accounted for a total of 8.3 million incidents in 2013.
Brandon James used at least 121 stolen identities to file fraudulent tax returns seeking more than $862,000 in refunds.
The malware is designed to steal victims' Apple IDs and passwords.
The lawsuit claims that MCCCD 'failed to notify victims of the data breach in a reasonable or timely manner.'
Both suspects are 21-year-old students at Phnom Penh's SETEC Institute.
Five university servers were used to mine Bitcoins.
Customer names, addresses, Social Security numbers and account numbers were mistakenly exposed.
'Site n email contacts all gone for good,' the publisher tweeted earlier this week.
'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.
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.
A former employee inappropriately accessed names, Social Security numbers, home addresses and health insurance information.
The three have been charged with threatening to launch cyber attacks against the Korean government.
At least 788 UPMC employees have already been victims of tax fraud.
Approximately 2.6 million payment cards used at Michaels locations were accessed, along with 400,000 cards used at Aaron Brothers.
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.
Stephen Solis-Reyes, 19, is a second-year student at Western University.
An administrative assistant provided patient names and addresses to a competing healthcare provider.
One third of consumers have been directly impacted by the misuse of personal data in the past year, according to GfK.
More than 1,400 patients' names, addresses, phone numbers, Social Security numbers and medical records were exposed.
The defendants allegedly told banks they were employees of the victims and were authorized to make transfers from their accounts.
The Canada Revenue Agency says some data 'that may related to businesses' was also accessed.
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.
25 people were arrested, and 250 skimming devices, 2,000 blank credit cards and more than 50,000 Euros in cash were seized.
Key to the court's decision was the question of whether Andrew Auernheimer should have been charged in New Jersey.
Customers who made online purchases between March 2013 and March 2014 are affected.
A hacker believed to be from China accessed 55,000 VFW members' names, addresses and Social Security numbers.
A recent survey found that 56 percent of respondents have not been provided with training by their employers.
The company says about 650 customers are affected.
The CRA says taxpayers will not be penalized for filing their returns late.
According to Europol, the arrests took place in 23 countries, in connection with 265 fraudulent ticket purchases.
Patients' Social Security numbers, driver's license numbers, addresses, birthdates and limited medical information were accessed more than a year ago.
The passwords of 80,000 employees of federal contractors may have been accessed, along with credit card data for 25,000 of those employees.
The app was briefly the top new paid app on Google Play, but it did nothing at all.
Patients' names, birthdates, surgical descriptions or codes, surgical dates and special surgical instructions may have been exposed.
Over 60,000 full names, user names, phone numbers and home addresses were leaked, along with several encrypted passwords and several in clear text.
The finance staff at St. Aldhelm's Academy replied to an e-mail asking for their banking information.
The data was included in a document that was inadvertently made available online for two years.
A company server was infected with malware in the fall of 2011, but the infection wasn't detected until two months ago.
The vulnerability 'allows anyone on the Internet to read the memory of the systems protected by the vulnerable versions of the OpenSSL software.'
Hacker ProbablyOnion leaked 36,802 names, addresses, phone numbers, e-mail addresses and plain text passwords.
While the plea deal is sealed, a separate document indicates that Brown now faces just two charges, with a greatly reduced potential prison sentence.
The flash drive contained names, addresses and some birthdates, along with 1,539 Social Security numbers or Medicaid identification numbers.
To thank him for finding the security flaw, Microsoft gave Kristoffer Von Hassel four games, $50, and a year-long subscription to Xbox Live.
'We don't know if it was two bored teenagers or an anti-testing attack,' Center for Education Testing and Evaluation co-director Marianne Perie says.
An employee of LewisGale's billing service accessed 40 patients' names, Social Security numbers, home addresses and health insurance information.
The breach is the second major theft of e-mail account information reported in Germany this year.
Names, addresses, birthdates, Social Security numbers, Medicaid numbers, photos and/or health information may have been accessed.
The man, surnamed Seo, allegedly purchased 25 million Naver users' account information.
158,128 e-mail addresses and encrypted passwords were leaked online.
The unencrypted drives held the patients' names, birthdates, diagnoses, treatment information and insurance information.
1,079 patients' protected health information may have been exposed.
A hacker was able to convince the company over the phone to change a customer's e-mail address.
Approximately 8,300 patients' personal and medical information may have been exposed.
The company says 'an estimated fewer than 550,000' people's credit card or bank information may have been accessed.
71 percent of IT decision makers say they're either 'not confident' in their security or 'not at all prepared' to manage a security breach.
Customers' names, addresses, payment card account numbers, expiration dates and security codes may have been exposed.
A billing vendor's IT subcontractor mistakenly stored files on an unsecured server.
It's not clear why Trustmark dropped out of the suit, but Trustwave says it was incorrectly identified as Target's security services provider.
Names and Social Security numbers may have been exposed when the unencrypted drive was lost in the mail.
A relatively vulnerable six-character password can be leveraged to unlock the car and view its location.
'It's a travesty, and it's taken nearly a year to get to this point,' said Matthew Flannery's solicitor Manny Conditsis.
Employees' names, birthdates, addresses, income history, Social Security numbers, W-2 information and emergency contact data may have been exposed.
15,000 students' names, addresses, phone numbers, e-mail addresses and Social Security numbers may have been exposed.
96,564 user names and encrypted passwords were accessed.
Names and Social Security numbers were mistakenly exposed to all department personnel.
The malware leverages infected devices to mine for Litecoin, Dogecoin and Casinocoin.
Hundreds of victims in more than 15 countries were affected by the scam.
Customer names, addresses, credit or debit card numbers, expiration dates and verification numbers may have been accessed.
The lawsuit alleges that vulnerabilities in Target's systems were 'either undetected or ignored by Trustwave.'
Last names, medical record numbers, birthdates, gestational ages, birth weights and dates of hospitalizations may have been exposed.
Names, credit card information, e-mail addresses and some mailing addresses may have been exposed.
Employee names, addresses, birthdates, Social Security numbers, driver's license numbers and/or banking data may have been exposed.
The man allegedly sold players' IP address in order to allow customers to launch denial of service attacks.
The breach exposed 20,000 emergency room patients' medical information.
Almost 14,000 names and Social Security numbers may have been accessed.
Company co-founder David Heinemeir Hansson says the attackers demanded money to make the DDoS attack stop.
A breach at the DMV's credit card processor may have exposed customers' card numbers, expiration dates and security codes.
5,400 patients' personal information may have been exposed after hospital computers were infected with a virus.
The company says an independent contractor used his database access to steal employees' personal information.
The students' names, birthdates, genders, final grades, learning skills and work habit assessment scores were mistakenly made available online.
Patients' names, birthdates, prescription information and medical record numbers were exposed.
The e-mail claims that the recipient has cancer -- but an attachment delivers the ZeuS Trojan.
Site operator Vitaly A. Sorokin says he plans to cover the losses himself.
An EA Games server was used to host a phishing page designed to steal Apple login credentials.
Farid Essebar will be extradited to Switzerland, where he's accused of causing more than $4 billion in damages in 2011.
The malware takes and uploads a photo every 10 seconds without notifying the user.
Approximately 20,000 current and former employees' names, addresses and Social Security numbers may have been exposed.
Jared James Abrahams was sentenced to 18 months in federal prison.
Ibrahim Balic uncovered a vulnerability that blocked developers from uploading Android apps to the store.
9,700 names, personal health information and Social Security numbers were exposed.
'I apologize to all of you ... I don't want Nicusor to suffer because of me,' Marcel Datcu wrote in a suicide note.
The company today stated that 'fewer than 25,000 records containing card-present (track 2) payment card data have been illegally accessed.'
The unidentified man faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted.
CENTCOM spokesman Oscar Seara called the claims 'totally bogus.'
Customers' names, mailing addresses, Social Security numbers, driver's license numbers and account information may have been exposed.
The employees' names, addresses and bank account details were posted online.
Names, addresses and phone numbers were exposed, along with some Social Security numbers and credit card numbers.
As many as 90,000 employees and volunteers may be affected.
Unencrypted computers containing 9,986 people's personal and health information were stolen in early January.
A CD containing Social Security numbers, birthdates and salary information was found in a refurbished PC sold at a major retailer.
In addition to a Web site defacement, some e-mail accounts were compromised.
Almost 1,600 patients' names, descriptions of services, and costs and dates of services were mistakenly made available online.
Patient names, birthdates, physician names and results of nerve conduction tests may have been exposed.
Tenisha Francis opened seven fraudulent accounts at the bank, which were used to process stolen U.S. Treasury checks.
826 patients' names, dates of service, and graphs of blood flow tests were exposed.
4,987 names, birthdates, genders and Social Security numbers were exposed.
Patient names, birthdates and diagnostic reports were exposed.
Jenaro Blalock used government employees' stolen identities to create fraudulent driver's licenses and open lines of credit.
The company says hackers accessed customers' e-mail addresses and encrypted passwords.
2,042 names, mailing addresses, Social Security numbers, birthdates, health information and abuse incident information may have been exposed.
The names and Social Security numbers of 290,000 students and 780 faculty and staff members may have been accessed.
Hacker James Jeffery accessed thousands of people's personal information in 2012.
Eight computers were stolen from Sutherland Healthcare Solutions' Torrance office.
The hacker published 1,300 students' names, e-mail addresses and phone numbers.
Names, addresses, phone numbers, Social Security numbers and health insurance provider policy numbers may have been exposed.
Shareholders' names, addresses, e-mail addresses, phone numbers, Social Security numbers and account information may have been exposed.
The attackers allegedly earned almost $11 million by using the stolen information to sell mobile phones.
Members of AnonGhost thought they were defacing the Web site for Yorkshire Bank -- but they defaced a well-designed phishing site instead.
More than 4,500 user credentials were published on Pastebin.
Current and former employees' names, addresses, birthdates, pay information and Social Security numbers were exposed.
Researchers at the University of Kent found that approximately one in 30 people in the U.K. have been hit by the ransomware.
The unidentified hacker stole approximately $50,000 in Bitcoins.
Because it doesn't have the resources to recover from the loss, Flexcoin says, it's shutting its doors immediately.
Customer names, addresses, e-mail addresses, phone numbers, credit card numbers, expiration dates and verification codes may have been accessed.
Names, birthdates, mailing addresses and Social Security numbers may have been exposed.
Roy C. Sun changed his grades from nine Fs and one incomplete to straight As.
Tracy Mitchell allegedly used service members' stolen identities to file more than 1,000 fraudulent tax returns.
The breach, the company says, resulted from 'a manual information processing error which we have since corrected.'
That's twice the rate seen in 2012, according to FireEye researchers.
The three, surnamed Kim, Choi and Lee, allegedly stole the data from 225 different Web sites.
Lauri Love allegedly stole names, e-mail addresses and phone numbers from Federal Reserve servers and posted the stolen data online.
A spam campaign offers a download of the supposed client, but links instead to banking malware.
The unencrypted drive contained 92 patients' personal information, along with data on drug prescriptions.
Current and former employees' names, addresses, birthdates and Social Security numbers may have been accessed.
The university is offering five years of free credit monitoring services to the more than 300,000 people affected.
Google says it's 'beefing up internal procedures to prevent such events from occurring again,' according to Bromium.
The unencrypted drive held limited medical information, including diagnoses and some lab values.
146,000 names, addresses and Social Security numbers may have been exposed.
Angelo Ponds and Sean Guillaume were sentenced to 48 months and 94 months in prison, respectively.
A Tripwire survey also found that 30 percent of IT professionals haven't changed their wireless routers' default passwords.
An undisclosed number of Social Security numbers and driver's license numbers were exposed in April of 2013.
The unencrypted laptop contained patients' names, birthdates, genders, dates of service, types of service and physician names.
Modern Web and mobile apps tend to use external resources, often called via an API, making the API a critical control point for security. That is why CA is addressing API security with new products.
The company says 12.7 percent of all apps on Google Play in 2013 were malicious, up from just 2.7 percent in 2011.
A defacement page showed a photo of Edward Snowden's passport, and accused the organization of reusing passwords.
The company now says 350,000 credit and debit card numbers were exposed, not 1.1 million.
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