A third party was able to set prices on titles that they were not authorized to modify, and they set the prices of many titles on site to free which led to some customers placing orders for free titles that were not meant to be free.
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The anime production doesn’t say whether any data was lost or whether customer details are at risk but reveals that some of their internal systems have been suspended, presumably for an investigation and upgrade.
Twitch has confirmed the total security breach. It’s time to change your password.
Please note that this article discusses a live security risk. It is advised that, for now, readers do not click on links from the YouTube page on which The Tomorrow War trailer appears.
Security monitor sites update to confirm the months-old data breach at Roll20. There’s no suggestion of a new attack.
Virtual tabletop site Roll20 is in the list of victims, and Roll20 have now confirmed they have had a security breach.
A 15 minute film from and staring Tyler Hynes all about cyber security. There’s a war going on even as we sit here. Agents, backed by national states, are busy testing defences and trying to hack into the vulnerable devices all around the world. AFK_ is rich with production value with scenes in America, China, […]
Worried that you’ll button mash your 3DS to death trying to play Super Smash Bros? This $12 hardware hack might put you at ease. That’s right, dekuNukem’s project only cost $12 in parts and the code is all up at GitHub. No surprise to see an Arduino Nano in the project. The Arduino reads the […]
A Wall Street Journal reporter or a programmer working for him/her has exploited a bug in Kickstarter’s API. The result was some 70,000 unlaunched Kickstarter projects were exposed. The good news? Only 48 of these unlaunched projects were actually accessed by the Wall Street Journal. It is highly likely that many RPG and game projects […]