The Great Hello Kitty Hack of 2015

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The Great Hello Kitty Hack of 2015

‘Hello Kitty’ Fan Database Leak Exposes 3.3 Million Users: Researcher. Researcher Chris Vickery told the Salted Hash blog on Saturday that he discovered a database for Sanriotown.com that houses 3.3 million customer accounts and has ties to a number of Hello Kitty portals. Over 3 million Hello Kitty fans have their information exposed in a hack that could leave identities—and passwords—of kids and their parents vulnerable to cyber attacks. The records include first and last names, birthday, gender, country of origin, email addresses, password hint questions and their corresponding answers, according to the report. “Hashed” passwords, which use an algorithm to protect the ...

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Do video games need addiction warning labels?

Rubric: Android | 23 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
Do video games need addiction warning labels?

A Russian Man Is Suing The Makers Of ‘Fallout 4’ For Accomplishing Exactly What They Set Out To. When a video-game player in Russia began playing “Fallout 4,” he stopped eating, sleeping, spending time with his wife, and even going to work. No matter how much time you’ve spent with since it launched last month, it probably hasn’t had as big of an impact on your life as it has one gamer’s from Krasnoyarsk, Russia.If you’re even remotely into video games, there’s a pretty good chance you’ve spent a large portion of your free time over the past few weeks plowing through the immensity of Fallout 4.A few players have found interesting things underwater throughout the massive ...

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Error 451: How to tell when websites have been censored

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Error 451: How to tell when websites have been censored

Error 451 is the new Ray Bradbury-inspired HTTP code for online censorship. If you’ve ever tried to visit a webpage that’s no longer available, you’ve seen the “404 Not Found” error alerting you that the sever can’t find that page. The “404” part of that message is an HTTP status code, one of a collection of standard codes that provide information about data transfers to your web browser. Now the Internet Engineering Steering Group is adding one more error code for your browser—but this time it will make it all too clear why you can’t see something. As of last week, there’s a new status code indicating that a site can’t be accessed – not because of a broken link, but ...

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Tales of Berseria coming west for PS4, PC

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Tales of Berseria coming west for PS4, PC

Bandai Namco Bringing Berseria, Gundam and JoJo’s to US. Tales of Berseria, the 16th main entry in the popular franchise, is officially coming to PlayStation 4 and PC in Europe, the Middle-East, Africa and Australasia.At the Jump Festa conference in Tokyo this week, Bandai Namco announced that several of their previously Japan-only titles would be getting Western releases.As reported earlier this year, Bandai Namco’s Tales of Symphonia will be getting an official PC release next year, however up until now we have not had a specific release date. Although a release date hasn’t been revealed, the first game in the series to feature a woman as its singular main character will be playable ...

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“Hello Kitty” hack exposes 3.3. million user accounts

Rubric: Android | 23 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
“Hello Kitty” hack exposes 3.3. million user accounts

‘Hello Kitty’ Fan Database Leak Exposes 3.3 Million Users: Researcher. An online database containing information on some 3.3 million fans of Hello Kitty and other Sanrio products may have been wide open to hackers for a month or more, reports security researcher Chris Vickery. The information exposed in the breach includes the first and last names, birth dates, genders, countries of origin, and email addresses for 3.3 million accounts.A shocking data breach at SanrioTown.com, the online community for Hello Kitty fans, has leaked details of 3.3 million user accounts online – many of which are believed to belong to children. The breached data included full names, encoded by decipherable ...

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Bandai Namco sends its anime-inspired games west in 2016

Rubric: Android | 23 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
Bandai Namco sends its anime-inspired games west in 2016

Bandai Namco Bringing Berseria, Gundam and JoJo’s to US. Tales of Berseria, the 16th main entry in the popular franchise, is officially coming to PlayStation 4 and PC in Europe, the Middle-East, Africa and Australasia.At the Jump Festa conference in Tokyo this week, Bandai Namco announced that several of their previously Japan-only titles would be getting Western releases.As reported earlier this year, Bandai Namco’s Tales of Symphonia will be getting an official PC release next year, however up until now we have not had a specific release date. Although a release date hasn’t been revealed, the first game in the series to feature a woman as its singular main character will be playable ...

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Man sues Bethesda over Fallout 4 addiction

Rubric: Android | 23 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
Man sues Bethesda over Fallout 4 addiction

Fallout 4 addict files lawsuit blaming Bethesda for ruining his life. Games have long been described as addictive by reviewers, as shorthand for describing how pleasurable feedback loops can lead to marathon play sessions. It is one thing to lose a weekend or two binge-playing epic games like Bethesda Game Studio’s , but one man lost a little more than that thanks to his addiction to the studio’s hugely successful post-apocalyptic shooter. The 28-year-old says he lost his wife and his job after spending three weeks playing Fallout 4 while skipping work, not sleeping or eating, and ignoring his friends, reports RT. According to an RT report, the (it should be noted, unnamed) man is filing ...

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Smartphone-only Internet users increase: Here’s why that matters

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Smartphone-only Internet users increase: Here’s why that matters

42 percent of cord-cutters don’t even subscribe to home broadband. Eighty percent of U.S. adults had Internet access this year, whether through a smartphone or a home Internet connection, up from 78 percent two years ago, according to the survey published Monday by the Pew Research Center. The Internet is supposed to open hitherto undiscovered opportunities for individual achievement, but for those in a tight spot, inadequate Internet access could become just one more obstacle to finding a job. As recently examined by Blouin News, the United States is experiencing lags in internet adoption, especially with lower-income households falling behind in terms of home broadband rates.At 67% of Americans, ...

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‘Hello Kitty’ Fan Database Leak Exposes 3.3 Million Users: Researcher

Rubric: Android | 23 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
‘Hello Kitty’ Fan Database Leak Exposes 3.3 Million Users: Researcher

‘Hello Kitty’ Fan Database Leak Exposes 3.3 Million Users: Researcher. An online database containing information on some 3.3 million fans of Hello Kitty and other Sanrio products may have been wide open to hackers for a month or more, reports security researcher Chris Vickery. The information exposed in the breach includes the first and last names, birth dates, genders, countries of origin, and email addresses for 3.3 million accounts.A shocking data breach at SanrioTown.com, the online community for Hello Kitty fans, has leaked details of 3.3 million user accounts online – many of which are believed to belong to children. The breached data included full names, encoded by decipherable ...

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BlackBerry Earnings: Key Takeaways From The Software Business

Rubric: Android | 23 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
BlackBerry Earnings: Key Takeaways From The Software Business

BlackBerry needs a miracle to meet its annual handset sales goal. TORONTO: BlackBerry’s pivot to software began to show traction, after the company reported a smaller quarterly loss and its first quarter-to-quarter revenue increase in over two years, sending its stock soaring 13%. Significantly, gains in software revenue more than offset a steepening decline in legacy system access fees for the first time, and the Waterloo, Ontario-based company said this trend should continue. It was an eagerly awaited update, revealing sales numbers for BlackBerry’s buzz-generating Priv smartphone — the company’s first to run Google’s Android. The company may break even in the current quarter, ...

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