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The websites, both forums which host illegal video game download files, housed sensitive user information that was taken.

When asked, Verifone said the breach didn’t affect its payment services network and was only within the corporate network.Arby’s did not say when the breach occurred, but one credit union believes it may have been between October 25, 2016 and January 19, 2017.March 6, 2017: A group of spammers, operating under the name River City Media, unknowingly released their private data into cyberspace after failing to properly configure their backups.At this time, it’s not clear who is responsible, but forum users were encouraged to change their passwords immediately.February 7, 2017: IHG, the company that owns popular hotel chains like Crowne Plaza, Holiday Inn, Candlewood Suites, and Kimpton Hotels, announced a data breach that affected 12 of its properties.Thankfully, the “good guys” found the information—in this situation, it was Chris Vickery, a security researcher for Mac Keeper—and reported everything to the proper authorities.

At this time, it’s unclear what’s going to happen to River City Media.

Malware was found on servers which processed payments made at on-site restaurants and bars; travelers that used cards at the front desk did not have information taken.

The malware was active from August 2016 to December 2016 and stolen data includes cardholder names, card numbers, expiration dates, and internal verification codes.

The company claims they responded to the breach immediately and “the potential for misuse of information is limited.” Sources say there’s evidence that a Russian hacking group is responsible for the breach, and that the intruders may have been inside Verifone’s network since mid-2016, but nothing has been confirmed.

March 15, 2017: Dun & Bradstreet, a huge business services company, found its marketing database with over 33 million corporate contacts shared across the web in March 2017. Postal Service, AT&T, Wal-Mart, and CVS Health had information leaked, and the database may have included full names, work email addresses, phone numbers, and other business-related data.

January 8, 2017: On December 30, 2016, ESEA, one of the largest video gaming communities, issued a warning to players after discovering a breach.