The Register: Staffer emails compromised and customer details exposed in T-Mobile US’s third security whoopsie in as many years

The Register: Staffer emails compromised and customer details exposed in T-Mobile US’s third security whoopsie in as many years. “T-Mobile US was hacked by miscreants who may have stolen some customer information. The telco did not specify exactly when the intrusion took place (and has yet to respond to questions from The Register) in its Notice Of Data Breach.”

CNN: Clearview AI has billions of our photos. Its entire client list was just stolen

CNN: Clearview AI has billions of our photos. Its entire client list was just stolen. “Clearview AI, a startup that compiles billions of photos for facial recognition technology, said it lost its entire client list to hackers. The company said it has patched the unspecified flaw that allowed the breach to happen.”

University of Texas at Dallas: Computer Scientists’ New Tool Fools Hackers into Sharing Keys for Better Cybersecurity

University of Texas at Dallas: Computer Scientists’ New Tool Fools Hackers into Sharing Keys for Better Cybersecurity. “Instead of blocking hackers, a new cybersecurity defense approach developed by University of Texas at Dallas computer scientists actually welcomes them. The method, called DEEP-Dig (DEcEPtion DIGging), ushers intruders into a decoy site so the computer can learn from hackers’ tactics. The information is then used to train the computer to recognize and stop future attacks.”

Krebs on Security: Hackers Were Inside Citrix for Five Months

Krebs on Security: Hackers Were Inside Citrix for Five Months. “Networking software giant Citrix Systems says malicious hackers were inside its networks for five months between 2018 and 2019, making off with personal and financial data on company employees, contractors, interns, job candidates and their dependents. The disclosure comes almost a year after Citrix acknowledged that digital intruders had broken in by probing its employee accounts for weak passwords.”

Exclusive: Details of 10.6 million MGM hotel guests posted on a hacking forum (ZDNet)

ZDNet: Exclusive: Details of 10.6 million MGM hotel guests posted on a hacking forum. “The personal details of more than 10.6 million users who stayed at MGM Resorts hotels have been published on a hacking forum this week. Besides details for regular tourists and travelers, included in the leaked files are also personal and contact details for celebrities, tech CEOs, reporters, government officials, and employees at some of the world’s largest tech companies.”