On Thursday, Under Armour Inc. announced that 150 million accounts from its subsidiary MyFitnessPal were compromised. The breach included user names, email addresses, and hashed passwords. (Hashing is a mathematical function that converts an original string of data into a seemingly random string of characters.) Driver’s license numbers and payment cards were allegedly not comprised. […]
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Why it may have happened
Certainly driver error could be at fault, but it is also possible that the system designed to warn a conductor or engineer of problems (like excessive speed) failed. Mr. Sumwalt told the New York Times that the engineer was already in the curve, and therefore could not decelerate in time. It […]
Of the 146 people sent to various hospitals in the area, 25 passengers were still at Temple University hospital the next morning. Eight of those passengers were in critical condition at Temple’s trauma center.
For a bit of perspective, the train was traveling along the Northeast Corridor, which is the busiest passenger rail line in the […]
British Airways Executive Club Members May Have Fallen Victim to a Hack and Potential Identity Theft
The reasons behind the hack are still unclear. The letter goes on to say the hack:
“appears to have been the result of a third part using information obtained elsewhere on the internet, via an automated process, to gain access to your Executive Club account. We understand this was login information relating to a different online […]