A hacker has apparently stolen almost $31 million from a start-up company that offers dollar-backed digital tokens. Tether operates a cryptocurrency asset called USDT, which it backs via the US dollar....
After receiving the ransom the hackers helpfully advised officials to change passwords and update their Windows domain configuration
Hackers accessed names, Social Security numbers, and bank account details of current and former employees
No personal data belonging to fans or employees was compromised in the incident, the club believes
Hackers are demanding a ransom of $17 million worth of bitcoin from the world's second-largest laptop maker
Prestige Software's data leak dates back as far as 2013