eBay Compromised – Internet security attacks seem to be very popular, especially for the past few weeks. This time the victim is a company known for allowing users to buy and sell things online.
eBay has faced an intrusion by hackers. The hackers have stolen confidential information detailing all of eBay users, including their personal information. The personal information stolen contains names, addresses, usernames, and passwords. The passwords cannot be easily read as they are encrypted.
eBay is advising all of its users to change their passwords as soon as possible, to keep the integrity of their account in place.
PayPal has posted a warning on their press site was well, click here to read the posting.
Should you want more information about the eBay breach or more information about internet security in general, don’t hesitate to contact Group 4 Networks.
G4NS Marathon Keeps Employees Productive
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