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In a shocking incident, it was found that two shop owners on Dark Web marketplace are selling Uber usernames and passwords openly. According to a news website, a person with handle "Curvoisier" is claiming to sell Uber logins for $1 each on AlphaBay Market, which launched in late 2014. Another vendor, "ThinkingForward," sells the same items for $5 each. In a note Courvoisier writes: "The credentials provided will be a valid login for the Uber website for which you can

Cybercriminals have made the biggest leak into the data of US Military Personnel Stationed in Europe. Almost 98000 personal records of military personnel are believed to be compromised from SIGA's records, a german telecom company contracted with AAFES who provides on-base cell phone concessionaire. The data contained the names, addresses, emails & other details of the U.S. Military personnel. Army and Air Force Exchange (AAFES) spokesperson Chris Ward said that, The Exchange learned

Uber, the san francisco based taxi app startup is in news again for the wrong reasons. The company blog on 27th february reported about a security breach in their database. The third party behind this attack is yet to be identified. The company claims that the breaking took place on 13th May 2014 with a exposure of close to 50,000 accounts which were withholding their contracted driver's names & licence but formed only a small portion of their overall database. As reported by Katherin