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E-mails included names and partial passwords and directed people to a Web site or download software that dumped a Trojan on their computers for stealing data and disabling security software.
Contrary to popular belief, data breaches don't necessarily sink a company, studies and survivors indicate.
Breach shines light on murky world of e-mail marketing outsourcers and how consumers don't know where their data is ending up.
Data broker failed to notice that a key monitoring tool was turned off for four months, allowing unauthorized access and exposing data of 13,750 people, the FTC says.
New Trojan steals money from accounts while account holders are logged in. Google resolves misguided e-mail issue. Also: Facebook fakes.