Equifax compromised yet again as its website directs visitors to install malware
Equifax shares dropped as much as 3.5 percent Thursday after it said it has disabled one of its customer help online pages and is investigating another possible cyberbreach.
The confirmation that Equifax allowed compromised software on its website is the latest embarrassment for the company. Equifax said it took the site offline after suspicious activity was detected.
"We are aware of the situation identified on the equifax.com website in the credit report assistance link", spokesman Wyatt Jefferies wrote. The hack has led to multiple federal and state investigations and the departure of the company's 12-year chief executive.
For these Canadian consumers, Equifax says the information that may have been accessed includes name, address, social insurance number and, in "limited cases" credit card numbers. Equifax Canada said at the time it was working closely with its parent company Equifax Inc. and an unnamed, independent cybersecurity firm conducting the ongoing investigation. As Ars Technica reports, the issue was brought to light by security analyst Randy Abrams, who discovered that the site's redirects eventually pushed a download that has been flagged for both adware and malware.
SpaceX Aims At Yet Another Launch, Today
On Wednesday, the organization is booked to launch a hybrid broadcasting satellite to be utilized by the two SES and EchoStar. The space company hopes to fly more used rockets in the coming months as it works to further reduce the cost of space travel.
Update on Neville's Future in WWE
Needless to say, WWE would be insane to let the man who held the cruiserweight division together for most of this year walk away. Neville's last appearance on television was during the segment where Kalisto joined the cruiserweight division on Raw last week.
Spain set to impose direct rule on Catalonia
He accused Mr Puigdemont of having created "deliberate confusion" and said he wanted to restore "certainty". He said the Catalan government's response would be crucial in deciding "events over the coming days".
Walt Disney Animation Studios' Gigantic gets the axe
With 'Gigantic , ' we've come to that point, and although it's a hard decision, we are ending active development for now. Instead of " Gigantic ", the studio is focusing on another project which is now being tabled for Thanksgiving 2020.
Irish children eighth most overweight in Europe; 58th in world
In 1975, less than 1% of young people aged five to 19 were obese, equivalent to around five million girls and six million boys. The United States tied with other nations such as Kuwait and Qatar with an obesity rate of 20 percent for that same age group.