This isn't the first time Experian has exposed consumer records. Meanwhile, Patreon also loses customer data in a breach, and Android owners need to beware of a new bug.
This isn't the first time Experian has exposed consumer records. Meanwhile, Patreon also loses customer data in a breach, and Android owners need to know about the threat from a new bug.
Smooth words and a fake identity gave one man the power to compromise millions of private financial records belonging to US consumers.
A hack of Experian, the company that handles credit checks for the wireless carrier, results in the loss of T-Mobile customers' Social Security numbers, birth dates and names.
It doesn't take a coding genius to steal your Social Security number, but you can be smarter than identity thieves.
The ride-hailing service says it was the victim of a hack last May that could have exposed thousands of driver names and driver's license numbers.
There has been a noticeable drop-off in time spent with desktop social services in the U.S., the U.K., and Australia, according to Experian.
While it hasn't yet determined if any specific person's credit card data was stolen, the restaurant chain has isolated the attack to 33 locations and specific time frames.
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Looking to recoup burned customers, the big-box retailer offers affected shoppers credit monitoring from Experian -- worth $191.