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Verizon accused of throttling Netflix and YouTube, admits “video optimization”

Verizon claims mobile video experience not affected; some customers disagree.

Dow Jones index – of customers, not prices – leaks from...

S3 bucket was set to authenticate all AWS users, not just Dow Jones users Dow Jones has emulated Verizon by saving various internal databases (including Wall Street Journal subscribers) in the cloud without properly securing it.…

Verizon Is Latest Organization to Leave Data Exposed in the Cloud

DAILY VIDEO: Verizon won't be the last to leave data exposed in the cloud; a mobile market report suggests Apple will price the latest iPhones at $1,200; Workday believes the time has come for a PaaS deployment; and there's more.

Threatpost News Wrap, July 14, 2017

Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss the news of the week, includingnbsp;the Verizon breach, the Oracle session hijacking attack, a Telegram-based hacking tool, and a free EternalBlue scanner.

How to protect yourself from the Verizon data breach

To be safe, you must change your Verizon PIN.

Verizon Won’t Be the Last to Leave Data Exposed in the...

NEW ANALYSIS: Once again, security researchers have found that data has been left open and improperly secured in the cloud and it's going to keep happening.

Comcast says net neutrality supporters “create hysteria”

Comcast, Verizon, and CenturyLink counter pro-net neutrality "Day of Action."

Verizon Suffers Cloud Data Leak Exposing Data on Millions of Customers

Six million of Verizon's US customers had their personal and account information exposed, including PIN numbers.

14 MEEELLION Verizon subscribers’ details leak from crappily configured AWS S3...

US telco giant insists only infosec bods saw the info Updated  Another day, another leaky Amazon S3 bucket.

This time, one that exposed account records for roughly 14 million Verizon customers to anyone online curious enough to find it.…

Third Party Exposes 14 Million Verizon Customer Records

Data belonging to 14 million Verizon customers was exposed by a partner, which misconfigured a repository storing the personal information it had access to.

Security experts warn of account risks after Verizon customer data leak

Thought your email, social media, and bank accounts were safe with two-factor authentication? Think again — your cell phone account will likely be the biggest point of security failure in your life today.

Millions of Verizon customer records exposed in security lapse

Customer records for at least 14 million subscribers, including phone numbers and account PINs, were exposed.