Facebook says Millions of Pictures Exposed by ‘Bug’ – Including Unpublished Ones

Facebook says Millions of Pictures Exposed by ‘Bug’ – Including Unpublished Ones

Facebook has announced that up to 1500 third-party Facebook apps had access to user photos that they were not supposed to be able to access – including unpublished photos. The self-inflicted privacy hole was due to a ‘bug’ in the Facebook photo API which, Facebook says, granted the apps unpermitted access to the photos of as many as 6.8 million Facebook users for 12 days in September of 2018.

The Best Way to Monitor Your Bank and Credit Card Accounts after All the Data Breaches

The Best Way to Monitor Your Bank and Credit Card Accounts after All the Data Breaches

Given all of the data breaches in 2018 (Marriott Starwood, 1-800-FLOWERS, Quora, Walgreens, the Post Office, etc.) it is no longer a question of whether your data has been breached – you need to assume that it has been – rather the question is what is the best way to monitor your bank accounts and credit card accounts for fraudulent activity? And what are some ways to protect against it in the future? (The answer to the latter may surprise you!)

1-800-FLOWERS Data Breach Second Breach Revealed for December 2018

1-800-FLOWERS Data Breach Second Breach Revealed for December 2018

Close on the heels of Quora’s data breach just two days ago, online florist 1-800-FLOWERS has announced that they have been subject to a data breach that has been going on for 4 years. The breach was of payment data including credit card number, expiration date, card security code, and the first and last name of the card holder. As many as 75,000 1-800-FLOWERS customers have been affected.

Data Breach at the Post Office: USPS Informed Delivery Service Database Exposes Data of 60million Users

Data Breach at the Post Office: USPS Informed Delivery Service Database Exposes Data of 60million Users

Last year (in fact almost a year ago exactly) we told you about the U.S. Post Office’s new ‘Informed Delivery’ service. For those of you not familiar with the USPS Informed Delivery service, well, count your blessings. Because the postal service has experienced a serious breach, making the personal information of all 60 million plus Informed Delivery vulnerable.

Amazon Tells Customers “We inadvertently disclosed your name and email address” but Nothing More

Amazon Tells Customers “We inadvertently disclosed your name and email address” but Nothing More

Countless Amazon customers woke up this morning to an email from Amazon telling them that “our website inadvertently disclosed your name and email address due to a technical error.” And, in fact, that’s just about all the email said, other than “the issue has been fixed” and that there is no need for the customer to take any action.

“Why Can’t I Log Into My Account When I Know I am Using the Right Password?”  This May be Why

“Why Can’t I Log Into My Account When I Know I am Using the Right Password?” This May be Why

Can’t log into your account via an app, or via the web, when you know that you are using the right password? In fact, when you try to log in using the exact same password on the web, or via the app, respectively (whichever one is not the one you are having trouble with) the password works perfectly? We may have the answer.