Starbucks Admits That Its iPhone Mobile Payment App Stores Unencrypted Personal Info

Starbucks Admits That Its iPhone Mobile Payment App Stores Unencrypted Personal Info

UPDATE: Starbucks has announced it will release an updated, more secure version of its app. [More]

Report: 4.6 Million Snapchat Phone Numbers And Usernames Leaked Online

Report: 4.6 Million Snapchat Phone Numbers And Usernames Leaked Online

While many Snapchat users are used to nudity, many of them only thought they were exposed for the 10 or so seconds that late-night selfie was on their recipient’s screen. But a new report says the phone numbers and usernames associated with more than 4.6 million Snapchatters in North America were leaked and posted online. [More]

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Glitch In NYC’s Citi Bike Software Exposes Personal Info Of 1,174 Account Holders

More than 1,000 people who signed up for a $95 annual membership to New York City’s Citi Bike program had their personal information up on a subsidiary’s website and was “briefly accessible” back in April. That info reportedly included sensitive stuff like credit card numbers, contact information, security codes, passwords and other personal data. [More]