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National Student Clearinghouse Breach Hits Almost 900 Colleges  

The National Student Clearinghouse has revealed that its previously announced data breach as part of the MOVEit mass hacking affects 890 colleges and universities. So reports Bleeping Computer.


T-Mobile Users Report Seeing Others' Personal Data

Some T-Mobile customers have claimed online that when they sign into their accounts with the wireless service provider, they’re able to see other customers’ personal information. So reports The Verge.


ICC War-Crimes Tribunal Suffers Data Breach

The International Criminal Court, which handles sensitive information about war crimes, has warned of a systems breach. So reports Bleeping Computer.


Clorox Admits 'Wide-Scale Disruptions' from August Cyberattack

Clorox has acknowledged that a cyberattack detected on August 14 interfered with its business in a way that could affect products hitting the shelves. So reports ABC News.


Microsoft Leaks 38 Terabytes of AI Researchers’ Data

Microsoft’s AI research division inadvertently left 38 terabytes of sensitive information accessible on the public Internet. So reports TechCrunch.


Block's Square and Cash App Suffer Reported Outages  

Square and Cash App, two payment services owned by financial technology company Block, have recovered after users said that they were unable to access their accounts or process payments. So reports USA Today.


LastPass Breach May Have Spawned Crypto Thefts, Experts Say

A breach of the LastPass password management service in December 2022 appears to be linked to a recent spate of cryptocurrency thefts, according to security experts. So reports The Verge.


Travel Booker Sabre Investigates Ransomware Claims

Sabre has warned that it is probing a ransomware group’s claims to have stolen an array of the travel reservation company’s files. So reports TechCrunch.


Johnson & Johnson Says IBM Data Breach Hit Patients  

Johnson & Johnson has notified customers of its Janssen CarePath patient assistance program that a data breach of its technology service provider, IBM, may have exposed their personal information. So reports Bleeping Computer.


Associated Press Warns of Phishing Campaign After Data Breach  

The Associated Press has announced that phishing attacks recently targeted users of its popular AP Stylebook, a writing guide for journalists and editors, following a third-party data breach. So reports Infosecurity Magazine.


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