Trend Micro: 68,000 user accounts compromised by ex-employee

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Trend Micro confesses to compromise that led to user account details finding their way into the hands of a criminal third party

Trend Micro has admitted that as many as 68,000 user account details were stolen and sold to a criminal third-party by one of its former employees. In a blog post disclosing the incident, the se...

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