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Nintendo, the Japanese gaming giant, on Tuesday, revealed that another 140,000 Nintendo accounts have been breached in addition to those compromised since the beginning of April. For those unaware, back in April, Nintendo had confirmed that at least 160,000 user accounts that use a Nintendo Network ID (NNID) to login to their Nintendo Account were […]
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Netflix, the popular video streaming platform Netflix, on Thursday announced that it will cancel the subscriptions of all members who haven’t used the service for a year or more. The company is adopting this process to keep people from paying for services that they haven’t been using for a long time or cannot afford it. […]
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Nintendo on Friday morning confirmed that at least 160,000 user accounts were breached in a hack earlier this month after several users complained about their accounts getting hacked. According to Nintendo, 160,000 user accounts that use a Nintendo Network ID (NNID) to login to their Nintendo Account may have been affected by the breach. The […]
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Several Nintendo Switch owners took to social media sites and online message boards over the weekend to report unauthorized third-party access attempts to their Nintendo accounts. Some of the Switch owners who had their accounts compromised reported that the debit or credit card saved to their account was used to make actual game purchases or […]
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Cybersecurity researchers discovered that more than 500,000 credentials of those who attended office conference calls via the video conferencing app, Zoom were sold or given away for free on the Dark Web. For those unaware, Zoom recently has seen a sudden surge in popularity, as more and more people are forced to work from home […]
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