Just another week in ThreatWatch, our regularly updated index of noteworthy data breaches.
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The UMass Memorial Medical Group has learned a former staffer allegedly accessed private information that contained credit card and debit card numbers, Social Security numbers and birth dates.
A hacker posing as an attractive female extracted detailed documents on Syrian rebel strategies by tricking a fighter into downloading infected photos of the female on Skype.
Information technology workers at the Central Vermont Humane Society detected the intrusion over the holidays, which was part of a larger attack against WordPress-based websites.
Intruders were able to compromise the business instant message app’s servers, as well as access names, usernames, email addresses, and encrypted passwords of a small percentage of its userbase.
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