MASSIVE SECURITY BREACH: 80 Million Anthem Customers At Risk

MASSIVE SECURITY BREACH: 80 Million Anthem Customers At Risk

The nation’s second-biggest health insurance company, Anthem Inc., has suffered a breach leading to as many as 80 million customers having their account information stolen. The company released a statement saying that they were the target of a “very sophisticated external cyber-attack”. The information acquired by hackers includes names, birthdays, medical IDs, Social Security numbers,...

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February 5, 2015
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MASSIVE SECURITY BREACH: 80 Million Anthem Customers At Risk

Urgent: Update Adobe, Now!

After reading this, you will wonder why you didn’t listen to the title in the first place. Adobe Flash is needed on all computers that are connected to the Internet. It provides browsers with the ability to view multimedia, run amazing applications, and stream video and audio. But there’s a problem, and here it is....

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November 26, 2014
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MASSIVE SECURITY BREACH: 80 Million Anthem Customers At Risk

Urgent Warning: Major Vulnerability Impacting Microsoft Servers Could Allow Hackers to Gain Domain User Account Privileges & Access YOUR Sensitive Information!

A recent vulnerability impacting Microsoft servers could allow hackers to gain domain user account privileges and compromise any computer in the domain! The hacker can essentially impersonate the domain administrator to: Install malicious programs View, change, or delete data Create new accounts Microsoft is aware of limited attacks that have attempted to exploit this vulnerability,...

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November 19, 2014
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MASSIVE SECURITY BREACH: 80 Million Anthem Customers At Risk

600,000 Computers Infected in 6 Months – CryptoWall is on the Rise & YOUR Business Might Be Next!

CryptoWall, a dangerous form of ransomware that’s similar to CryptoLocker, infiltrates users’ computers and encrypts their files, then demands a ransom fee for the decryption key. So how does the ransomware infect computers? Well, there’s a few ways: Spam emails with malicious links/attachments. Drive-by download attacks from infected websites. Various other forms of malicious activity....

Duleep Pillai ulisticadmin
October 27, 2014
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