Krebs on Security: Credit Card Issuer TCM Bank Leaked Applicant Data for 16 Months

Krebs on Security: Credit Card Issuer TCM Bank Leaked Applicant Data for 16 Months. “TCM Bank, a company that helps more than 750 small and community U.S. banks issue credit cards to their account holders, said a Web site misconfiguration exposed the names, addresses, dates of birth and Social Security numbers of thousands of people who applied for cards between early March 2017 and mid-July 2018.”

TechCrunch: Data breach exposes trade secrets of carmakers GM, Ford, Tesla, Toyota

TechCrunch: Data breach exposes trade secrets of carmakers GM, Ford, Tesla, Toyota . “Security researcher UpGuard Cyber Risk disclosed Friday that sensitive documents from more than 100 manufacturing companies, including GM, Fiat Chrysler, Ford, Tesla, Toyota, ThyssenKrupp, and VW were exposed on a publicly accessible server belonging to Level One Robotics.” Isn’t that more of a leak than a breach? C’mon now.

Bleeping Computer: Robocall Firm Exposes Hundreds of Thousands of US Voters’ Records

Bleeping Computer: Robocall Firm Exposes Hundreds of Thousands of US Voters’ Records. “RoboCent, a Virginia Beach-based political robocall firm, has exposed the personal details of hundreds of thousands of US voters, according to the findings of a security researcher who stumbled upon the company’s database online.”

Gizmodo: Quiz App Left 120 Million Facebook Users’ Data Exposed as Recently as Last Month

Gizmodo: Quiz App Left 120 Million Facebook Users’ Data Exposed as Recently as Last Month. “Facebook’s race to prove it’s a good and trustworthy company over the last few months kicked off when it was revealed that a quiz app sold user data to a political firm. Now, a different quiz app is getting some heat. A researcher discovered that a third-party app called NameTests left the data of 120 million Facebook users exposed to anyone who happened to find it.”

CNET: Exactis said to have exposed 340 million records, more than Equifax breach

CNET: Exactis said to have exposed 340 million records, more than Equifax breach. “If you’re a US citizen, your personal information — your phone number, home address, email address, even how many children you have — may have just become easily available to hackers in an alleged massive data leak.”