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Neiman Marcus settles data breach suit.

Neiman Marcus reaches $1.5M settlement over 2013 breach

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Neiman Marcus settled a class action lawsuit for $1.5 million that was brought after the department store suffered a data breach in 2014. The settlement was reached with the attorney generals in 43 states and the District of Columbia where the victims resided. The point-of-sale breach took place in 2013, but was not noticed by…

Credential stuffing attack focuses on glasses retailer Warby Parker

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Warby Parker on Thursday disclosed that roughly 198,000 of its customers may have been affected by a credential stuffing attack targeting the eyeglass retail chain. According to a company press release, an unknown cybercriminal actor has been attempting to access Warby Parker customer accounts by leveraging usernames and passwords that were previously stolen from other…

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Holiday cyber scams abound warns FBI

At the busiest online shopping time of the year, cybercriminals are becoming increasingly aggressive and creative in their ways to fool consumers out of their money as they busily, and perhaps a bit naively, go about buying holiday gifts online. The array of current scams include fraudulent auction sales, reshipping merchandise purchased with a stolen…

$30 RAT, WinSpy, involved in two phishing campaigns

Dozens of companies impersonated in evolving ‘Three Questions Quiz’ scam

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There’s no question about it: the “Three Questions Quiz” is a scam, regardless of which legitimate brand it’s attempting to imitate. Indeed, a new blog post from Akamai Technologies identifies 78 unique brands impersonated over the past year by this well-established online phishing scheme, in which victims are tricked into giving away personal information to…

Proposed law would outlaw ‘Grinch bots’ that snatch up toys for resale

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Far beyond Whoville, in the U.S., our nation,The House and the Senate introduced legislation.The bill makes illegal the use of “Grinch bots”To buy up all the toys, disappointing young tots. Okay, enough with the Suessing… On Nov. 16, House Rep. Paul Tonko D, N.Y., submitted H. R. 7160, aka the “Stopping Grinch Bots Act of 2018.”…

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Amazon website glitch exposes customer data

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Amazon customer service reportedly sent an unknown number of customers an email today, warning that a technical error on its website had exposed their data. Details on incident are scant, as Amazon’s disclosure was rather vague in details, according to several outlets that covered the development. “Hello, We’re contacting you to let you know that…

The many faces of Magecart: Report profiles groups behind card-skimming threat

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Magecart, the e-commerce payment card-skimming threat that has recently victimized Ticketmaster, British Airways, Newegg and other notable companies, is primarily comprised of six major active cybercriminal groups, according to a new joint research report. All of these groups use a version the same skimmer toolset, but they rely on different strategies and in some cases have…

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Report: Amazon employees under investigation for allegedly sharing internal data with merchants

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Online mega-retailer Amazon reportedly has launched an investigation into employees who may have accepted bribes from independent merchants in exchange for sharing private corporate data. Citing sellers and brokers with knowledge of the practice, as well as people familiar with Amazon’s investigations, the Wall Street Journal reported yesterday that data being shared in violation of…

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