In Tamworth they were born and raised, messing with computers most of their days
Should have gone to... never mind
Mozilla's Monitor 2.0 is adding notifications for website breaches
But rail firm promises no payment details have been accessed
Hackers 'potentially' took off with users payment card details
The data hasn't been misused and the cause of the leak is yet unknown
Firm will also offer up free credit monitoring services for two years
Company is liable for leak of payroll data, Court of Appeal rules
Social network could be fined up to $1.63bn for mega-hack
Sensitive information was left exposed to physical and cyber attackers in 2017
Pentagon, more like, er... data-gone
Yuge breach might have also revealed authentication tokens
That's alright then
Massive data breach but minimal impact
Despite fact that 'less than 10 per cent' of affected users lived in Europe
Firm 'failed to have effective security measures in place'
Crapsicab firm also agrees to change its corporate policies
Mozilla teams up with Have I Been Pwned for hack-alert service
But firm is said to be contesting the scale of the watchdog's penalty
Sliding out of your DMs
Cybercrims injected data swiping code into the website's payment pages
Watchdog says firm's security measures were 'inadequate and infeffective'
But there's no indication that data was used for nefarious purposes
Company lauds payout as a 'significant milestone'
Security staffers didn't know how much data was stolen in 2017 breach
200GB data trove was uncovered by security researcher Bob Diachenki
Security screw-up shared names, addresses and payment amounts
Firm has since made the switch to HTTPS
Could be the same group that pwned Ticketmaster
Airline admits to first-class security screw-up
The irony klaxon is deafening
Claims no customer financial data or social security numbers were accessed
What a ludicrous display
It's all so terrible, we can barely wash
Embrace Learning breach saw data flogged on the dark web
Oh no, hackers might find out you went to Butlin's
Hack saw as-yet-unknown culprits make off with non-critical user data
Up from its original estimate of, er, 1.2 million.
Incident slammed as the 'greatest breach in the history of telecommunications in Spain'
Auspex International has already secured 'political work' in Africa
No, not more breach, just new data
Threat group 'Magecart' targeted more than 800 e-commerce sites
But airline denies customers are at risk and refuses to report breach
That's, er, 18 minutes of profit for the social network
But fair play, it has issued one of the best customer help pages we've seen
Premier Inn and Travelodge also breached as hospitality world sees a cyber crime wave
Firm says 'all code should be considered compromised'