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In early September, Equifax announced a data breach that had been discovered in late July, potentially exposing personally identifiable information (PII) of 143 million consumers across the U.S., U.K. and Canada [READ: Equifax and why Identity Protection needs to be destroyed and recreated] Now, as being reported by KrebsonSecurity, it’s clear that Equifax’s lack of security within […]
It’s been a spooky October for online privacy. Much is happening this October in online privacy and the FCC and Google are providing lots of news related to how consumer privacy is – or isn’t – protected.
Snooping Email Marketers are Tracking You It’s been a long day, your email inbox is full of messages – many of them unread. You quickly eyeball them, a few catch your attention, maybe you’ll come back and open them later. After lunch, perhaps, or maybe after that meeting. But one of those emails seems interesting […]
Lots to cover since our last privacy report. First up… Outdated encryption tech leaves millions of devices, websites vulnerable A decision made decades ago to use a weak form of encryption on devices exported to other countries is having present-day consequences.
We know Masked Cards are one of our users’ favorite features – December 2014 saw Masked Card payment volume top $500,000 for the first time. But we also know that Masked Cards are a new concept, which means it’s possible to run into some occasional hiccups when using them. What common Masked Card problems do […]