Eight months after the enactment of a new California privacy law, AOL clarified that it does not respond to web browsers' "Do Not Track" requests.
Following a major breach at the hospital provider, security experts analyzed its network and discovered malware infections dating back to January.
A recent study found that the number of attacks during the two conferences increased to about 130 times the usual amount.
The shipping and printing provider said malware has been present on some stores' computer systems since mid-January.
The campaign targets Spanish speaking victims, which also appears to be the native language of attackers.
As breaches hitting the health care industry continue to ramp up, more than 30 million individuals have been affected by these incidents thus far.
Anyone that used a credit or debit card at Mizado Cocina between May 9 and July 18 may have had their data compromised.
A couple weeks after Hold Security's initial discovery of the stolen logins, the Federal Bureau of Investigation is conducting its own review.
Yet another clone of the nefarious ransomware CryptoLocker has been detected by security experts.
Roman Seleznev's attorneys requested that the hacker be released on bond, but their pleas were rejected this past week.