On April 24th, we posted that Nintendo had suffered a data breach, affecting 160k users. Today Nintendo has updated that information an more users have been found to have had their data breached. Today’s post will go over the updated details from Nintendo.
Nintendo account holders may have seen notifications that their “Nintendo Network ID” or “NNID” has been compromised. Nintendo has now confirmed that approx. 160k user accounts had been breached. Today’s post will go over the breach and what you should do.
For those who stayed on an MGM Resort property previously, you may be included what is known as a data dump. Personal details of over 10.6 million former guests have been exposed.
Welcome to 2019, and welcome to another data breach. From researcher Troy Hunt, a large set of files were found on a cloud account. The file set included over 87 GB (that would be gigabyte) of data. In the data there was millions of email accounts and passwords. Today’s post will cover the data breach and what you can do. …
For most people, when you say anything about passwords, you basically get “Oh That Thing That Annoys Me”. Yes it does seem that everything we do these days has a password and there are too many passwords to try to remember.
Marriott today reported that they have become aware of a breach at their Starwoods brand that goes back to 2014. the Breach could affect up to 500 million customers who used the Starwoods reservations system. Marriott reports that they “recently discovered that an unauthorized party had copied and encrypted information, and took steps towards removing it”.
If you are a Dunkin Donuts customer, who has a DD Perks reward program account, this matters to you. According to reports, DD Perks has suffered a breach, so depending on how much information you filled in, your data could be compromised.
To parents with teenagers, life isn’t always easy, and today it seems it just got a bit harder for parents who use the monitoring app Teen Safe. The app Teen Safe allows parents to monitor their child’s phone activity, such as call logs, texts,
On Saturday (May 12, 2018), Chili’s Bar & Grill reported that “some of our Guests payment card information from certain restaurants was compromised”. Chili’s is calling it a Data “Incident”.
Landry’s Inc., who owns or operates some very well-known brands is reporting that they have been the victim of a data breach at some of its locations. According to the information released by Landry’s Inc. the breach occurred during 2 different periods from May 4, 2014 through March 15, 2015 and from May 5, 2015 through December 3, 2015, depending on …