Who Got Hacked? Tweetdeck

Twitter is unarguably one of the most widely used social media platforms on the web today. In 2008, an app developed by Ian Dodsworth called TweetDeck promised to make the management of Twitter accounts easier, even allowing the user to manage multiple accounts from one place. Because of its success, it was acquired by Twitter…

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Who Got Hacked? American Express

There was a time when savvy shoppers would ask retailers for the carbon copy print of their credit card receipts when an imprint was taken. This would prevent an unscrupulous clerk from using the card information or selling it off. But that’s how trustworthy shoppers were, all of their credit card information was right there…

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Who Got Hacked? Avast

Over the years, people have become accustomed to anti-virus software being one of the foundations of computer security. These applications run in the background, tearing through every bit of information on our computers looking for malicious code that can lock a user out of their files, record every keystroke some one punches into their keyboard…

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Who Got Hacked? Spotify

When we think of a data breach, we often picture thousands of personal or financial records being stolen from an organization that comes across as irresponsible for being so careless with so much information. Over the past couple of months, we have covered quite a few companies who were hacked with a similar story, and…

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Who Got Hacked? eBay

eBay is one of the most recognizable brands in the world of ecommerce. Started in 1995 by Pierre Omidyar the online auction now spreads across 30 different countries. The also own other sites like StubHub and PayPal as well as a sizeable portion of Craigslist. Skype was another property that was under eBay after being…

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