MoviePass database exposes 161 million records
4 months, 4 weeks ago by kyle | 4 facts | 0 comments | 2 votes

  • An exposed database on a MoviePass subdomain housing 161 million records was left unsecured and exposed credit card and customer card information. -
  • The database, which included expiration dates, names and addresses on some users as well as email and passwords, was discovered by SpiderSilk security. -
  • Movie ticket subscription service MoviePass has exposed tens of thousands of customer card numbers and personal credit cards. -
  • The database had more than 58,000 records containing card data — and was growing by the minute. -

VMware acquires Carbon Black for $2.1B and Pivotal for $2.7 billion
4 months, 4 weeks ago by kyle | 2 facts | 0 comments | 2 votes

  • VMware today announced that it is acquiring Carbon Black, a publicly traded security company that focuses on securing modern cloud-native workloads. -
  • Indeed, these are two very different companies, but both Carbon Black and Pivotal focus on modern workloads. -

Dell XPS 13 9th generation developer edition announced
4 months, 4 weeks ago by kyle | 9 facts | 0 comments | 2 votes

  • Today we’d like to announce that the new XPS 13 developer edition (7390) will soon be available in the US, Canada and Europe. -
  • The new developer edition, based on Intel’s 10th Gen Core™ U series processors, is part of Dell’s new consumer PC portfolio that is being unveiled today. -
  • The XPS 13 developer edition, 7390 -
  • These systems represent the 9th generation of the XPS 13 developer edition and will come with the Killer™ AX1650 (2×2) built on Intel WiFi 6 Chipset. -
  • The new 7390 systems will co-exist alongside the current 9380 XPS 13 developer edition. -
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General Electric accused of fraud
5 months ago by kyle | 4 facts | 0 comments | 4 votes

  • Harry Markopolos has published a report claiming that accounting fraud “bigger than Enron and WorldCom combined” lurks within G.E. -
  • GE has been running a decades long accounting fraud by only providing top line revenue and bottom line profits for its business. -
  • To make it impossible to compare GE’s numbers across multi-year time periods, GE changes its Financial Statement reporting formats every few years. -
  • The report alleges that the conglomerate’s accounts conceal $38 billion in fraud, equivalent to 40 percent of its value. -

Walmart sues Tesla for negligence after repeated solar system fires
5 months ago by kyle | 2 facts | 0 comments | 1 votes

  • In the lawsuit, it asks for the court to require Tesla to remove all of its systems from Walmart stores, which are now all de-energized. -
  • Walmart Inc (WMT.N) on Tuesday sued Tesla Inc (TSLA.O), accusing it of “widespread negligence” that led to repeated fires of its solar systems. -

Apple releases macOS Catalina beta 6 to developers
5 months ago by kyle | 2 facts | 0 comments | 2 votes

  • Apple today has released the sixth developer beta of macOS Catalina. -
  • Apple took several weeks to release macOS Catalina developer beta 6. -

SoftBank plans to lend $20 billion to its CEO and employees amid volatile markets
5 months ago by kyle | 1 facts | 0 comments | 3 votes

  • SoftBank is planning to lend $20 billion to its employees with the hope that the employees will reinvest the capital in SoftBank. -

Palo Alto Networks drops 7% on news that head of sales is leaving
5 months ago by kyle | 1 facts | 0 comments | 5 votes

  • Shares of cybersecurity company Palo Alto Networks dropped 7% Friday on the news that its head of sales is leaving. -

Hickenlooper ends US presidential bid, senate run possible
5 months ago by kyle | 3 facts | 0 comments | 5 votes

  • John Hickenlooper, who was a candidate in the Democratic primaries for the 2020 United States presidential election, ended his campaign yesterday. -
  • Hickenlooper said in the video, "I've heard from so many Coloradans who want me to run for the United States Senate. -
  • I've heard from so many Coloradans who want me to run for the United States Senate [...] I intend to give that some serious thought. -

Choice Hotels suffers data breach, exposing 700,000 customer records
5 months ago by kyle | 3 facts | 0 comments | 5 votes

  • After MongoDB database was left open, containing 700,000 customer records, Choice Hotels, fell victim to hackers this week due. -
  • Choice Hotels brands include Comfort Inn, Comfort Suites, Sleep Inn, Quality Inn, MainStay Suites, Econo Lodge, Clarion, Ascend, Cambria, and Rodeway Inn. -
  • The information contained names, addresses, email addresses and phone numbers. -

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