Hackers breached the DNC's network. and targeted Trump's and Clinton's campaigns along with some Republican PACs.
The data, all of it dating back to 2013 or earlier, is being offered for sale online.
ESET has made a free decryption tool available to those affected.
The attack is 'part of a wider and highly adaptive campaign targeting banks,' according to SWIFT.
'[O]ur target is the Global Banking Cartel,' the hackers stated.
The system used to monitor fuel rods at the nuclear plant was infected with several viruses, and the utility was hit by a ransomware attack.
A wide range of data, from login credentials to employee payroll information, was exposed.
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A wide variety of personally identifiable information was accessed in both cases.
The hackers 'modified application settings with little apparent knowledge of how the flow control system worked,' according to a Verizon report.
Names, payment card numbers, expiration dates, CVV codes, mailing addresses, email addresses and more may have been accessed.
Malvertising attacks get more targeted, tougher to detect with fingerprinting.
Tens of thousands of users may have been infected in a matter of hours.
Names, Social Security numbers, physicians' names, diagnoses, and treatment and insurance information may have been copied and transferred.