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      Arts and crafts retail chain Michaels announced this week up to three million credit card numbers may have been hacked from its company computer system between May 8, 2013, and Jan. 27, 2014. The good news for credit card users, the company said, is that hackers weren’t able to access other sensitive information such as PIN numbers, names and addresses, tech news website The Verge reported. Michaels‘ website lists what stores were affected and what times those stores’ systems were vulnerable. Company executives said they’re giving customers affected by the attack a year’s worth of free...
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      By SEANNA ADCOX Associated Press COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - South Carolina may spend $27 million next fiscal year on continued efforts to secure taxpayers' personal data and provide another year of credit protection following the 2012 hacking at the state's tax collection agency. The state budget may also require all state agencies to adopt and implement cyber-security standards. Nineteen months after a cyber-thief stole unencrypted data of 6.4 million residents and businesses from the Department of Revenue, it's unclear how agencies are safeguarding their own data. Budget and Control Board...
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      COLUMBIA, S.C. -- South Carolina may spend $27 million next fiscal year on continued efforts to secure taxpayers' personal data and provide another year of credit protection following the 2012 hacking at the state's tax-collection agency. The state budget may also require all state agencies to adopt cyber-security standards that are consistent across state government, to guard against another debacle. Nineteen months after a cyber-thief stole unencrypted data of 6.4 million residents and businesses from the Department of Revenue, it's unclear how many agencies are adequately safeguarding...
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      CREATED 5:13 PM TUCSON (KGUN9-TV) - A cybersecurity scare is affecting people who signed up for an insurance plan on Healthcare.gov. Passwords have been reset for all enrollees and new passwords must be created. This has to do with the internet security flaw called Heartbleed. And Healthcare.gov is not alone. Other popular websites have re-evaluated and revamped their security procedures because of the vulnerability. Source: Healthcare.gov enrollees vulnerable after cybersecurity breach - (multiple names)
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      Hackers took advantage of the Heartbleed vulnerability to break into a major corporation’s network, less than a day after the bug was brought to the public’s attention, security experts told The New York Times. Officials with Mandiant, an Alexandria, Va.-based network security firm, said in a blog post Friday that a hacker or hackers leveraged the Heartbleed bug to break into an employee’s virtual private network, or . “Once connected to the , the attacker attempted to move laterally and escalate his/her privileges within the victim organization,” Mandiant said. MAL Langsdon / Reuters...
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      SHARE 21 CONNECT EMAILMORE When it comes to downloadable applications, iPhone and iPad seem to get all the love, no? Oh sure, Apple can boast a very successful App Store — customers spent $10 billion dollars on apps there in 2013 — but the Google Play store has now caught up in the number of apps available for Android smartphones and tablets, each at about 1.2 million at last count. After all, the open-platform Android enjoys a larger smartphone install base than Apple's iPhone, and as of last month, Android tablets are outselling iPad, says Gartner. If you're looking for something...
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