A popular web service that promises to help people keep their passwords secure has reported hackers may have obtained some user information — although not actual passwords — from its network.
Snapchat, the disappearing-message service popular with young people, has been quiet following a security breach that allowed hackers to collect the usernames and phone numbers of millions of its users.
The legislation would expand California’s prohibition against employers asking job candidates or employees for access to their social media accounts.
In the latest online attack, Twitter says hackers may have gained access to information on 250,000 of its more than 200 million active users.
Except that I don’t expect to break-up with my new friend in prison. I don’t expect to get into a fight over not being free on a Friday night (Heck, she’s probably not free for 7- to 10-).
The cyberattack detected between Oct. 7 and Oct. 10 was aimed at gaining access to the website using stolen usernames and passwords from other sites.