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eBay spokeswoman says company is checking files alleging to have stolen data and so far the ones they have checked are not authentic
BOSTON, May 22 (Reuters) – EBay Inc came under
pressure on Thursday over a massive cyber attack that
compromised the personal data of its 145 million users, as at
least three U.S. states began investigating the e-commerce
company’s security practices.
Connecticut, Florida and Illinois are conducting a joint
investigation into the matter, according to according to a
spokeswoman for Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan.
Ebay has four states on its case so far: Connecticut, Florida, Illinois and New York. New York wants free credit monitoring for everybody.
BOSTON (Reuters) – EBay Inc’s description of how hackers got access to its entire database of 145 million user records leaves many questions unanswered as to how cyber criminals orchestrated what appears to be the second-biggest data breach in U.S. history.
The company has said hackers attacked between late February and early March with login credentials obtained from “a small number” of employees. They then accessed a database containing all user records and copied “a large part” of those credentials.
BOSTON, May 21 (Reuters) – EBay Inc said that
hackers raided its network three months ago, stealing some 145
million user records from a database in what is poised to go
down as one of the biggest data breaches in history based on the
number of accounts compromised.
It advised customers to change their passwords immediately,
saying they were among the pieces of data stolen by cyber
criminals who carried out the attack between late February and
BOSTON/BANGALORE (Reuters) – EBay Inc said on Wednesday that a cyber attack carried out three months ago has compromised customer data, and the company urged 145 million users of its online commerce platform to change their passwords.
The company said unknown hackers stole email addresses, encrypted passwords, birth dates, mailing addresses and other information in an attack carried out between late February and early March. The files did not contain financial information.