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So, Uber hid a data breach/ hack that affected around 57 million users. 00:59 - Nov 22 with 584 viewshomer_123

If that is not bad enough....get ready for 'open' banking where your data and spending habits will be shared 'securely' with third parties.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-42075306

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/resources/idt-sh/The_disruptors_money_changing
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So, Uber hid a data breach/ hack that affected around 57 million users. on 01:09 - Nov 22 with 561 viewsLibero

I can't go into my bank without 1) dealing with an obnoxious que 2) being asked if I want to do online banking.

Employ more human beings and no, no I don't.
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So, Uber hid a data breach/ hack that affected around 57 million users. on 07:48 - Nov 22 with 438 viewsNo9

Is it illegal to pay the hackers to cover up?
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So, Uber hid a data breach/ hack that affected around 57 million users. on 08:04 - Nov 22 with 418 viewsDanTheMan

"Uber did not confirm precise details of the hack, but according to Bloomberg's report, two hackers were able to access a private area of Github, an online resource for developers.

From there it is understood they found Uber's log-in credentials to Amazon Web Services. AWS is a cloud computing service used by companies to store data."

Hahahahaha. For a company the size of Uber, that is amateur hour stuff.

Don't store your API keys with your code, but if you do at least encrypt them. This is a solved problem.

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So, Uber hid a data breach/ hack that affected around 57 million users. on 08:06 - Nov 22 with 407 viewsbournemouthblue

Data is the new oil as far as the tech companies are concerned

I see the banks are starting to develop an interest in Cryptocurrencies also

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So, Uber hid a data breach/ hack that affected around 57 million users. on 08:09 - Nov 22 with 403 viewsTractorWood

So, Uber hid a data breach/ hack that affected around 57 million users. on 01:09 - Nov 22 by Libero

I can't go into my bank without 1) dealing with an obnoxious que 2) being asked if I want to do online banking.

Employ more human beings and no, no I don't.


The future is great. Come and join it.

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So, Uber hid a data breach/ hack that affected around 57 million users. on 08:09 - Nov 22 with 403 viewsNo9

So, Uber hid a data breach/ hack that affected around 57 million users. on 08:06 - Nov 22 by bournemouthblue

Data is the new oil as far as the tech companies are concerned

I see the banks are starting to develop an interest in Cryptocurrencies also


It will soon be time to revert to Grandpa's bank = money under the marital mattress
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So, Uber hid a data breach/ hack that affected around 57 million users. on 08:24 - Nov 22 with 385 viewsfactual_blue

So, Uber hid a data breach/ hack that affected around 57 million users. on 08:04 - Nov 22 by DanTheMan

"Uber did not confirm precise details of the hack, but according to Bloomberg's report, two hackers were able to access a private area of Github, an online resource for developers.

From there it is understood they found Uber's log-in credentials to Amazon Web Services. AWS is a cloud computing service used by companies to store data."

Hahahahaha. For a company the size of Uber, that is amateur hour stuff.

Don't store your API keys with your code, but if you do at least encrypt them. This is a solved problem.


Github?

Is that what OG is up to these days?

Sounds as reputable as Moosehub.

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So, Uber hid a data breach/ hack that affected around 57 million users. on 08:50 - Nov 22 with 365 viewstcblue

So, Uber hid a data breach/ hack that affected around 57 million users. on 01:09 - Nov 22 by Libero

I can't go into my bank without 1) dealing with an obnoxious que 2) being asked if I want to do online banking.

Employ more human beings and no, no I don't.


This must be getting increasingly inconvenient. Also, I don't think it'll 'protect' you in the way that you assume.

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So, Uber hid a data breach/ hack that affected around 57 million users. on 09:26 - Nov 22 with 336 viewsLibero

So, Uber hid a data breach/ hack that affected around 57 million users. on 08:50 - Nov 22 by tcblue

This must be getting increasingly inconvenient. Also, I don't think it'll 'protect' you in the way that you assume.


Only due too my current bank never having enough staff on...

In honesty it's been a brilliant way to save money and offers that extra safeguard to stop me spending wily nilly. I live in a town where there's 4/5 banks all in the market square that I have to walk past to get to work so generally it's really no bother.

I doubt I'd get the same buzz depositing savings digitally and I'd certainly have fracked the fund open over recent months had it been easier to access.
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So, Uber hid a data breach/ hack that affected around 57 million users. on 10:36 - Nov 22 with 301 viewsJ2BLUE

So, Uber hid a data breach/ hack that affected around 57 million users. on 01:09 - Nov 22 by Libero

I can't go into my bank without 1) dealing with an obnoxious que 2) being asked if I want to do online banking.

Employ more human beings and no, no I don't.


Each to their own but not sure I could function without internet banking. I've got my mum to sign up to it and she finds dealing with her finances far easier now.

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So, Uber hid a data breach/ hack that affected around 57 million users. on 11:52 - Nov 22 with 264 viewsNo9

So, Uber hid a data breach/ hack that affected around 57 million users. on 10:36 - Nov 22 by J2BLUE

Each to their own but not sure I could function without internet banking. I've got my mum to sign up to it and she finds dealing with her finances far easier now.


Internet banking maybe OK when we have a secure telecoms system until then you are wide open to fraud
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So, Uber hid a data breach/ hack that affected around 57 million users. on 13:31 - Nov 22 with 222 viewsDanTheMan

So, Uber hid a data breach/ hack that affected around 57 million users. on 08:24 - Nov 22 by factual_blue

Github?

Is that what OG is up to these days?

Sounds as reputable as Moosehub.


I know you jest but it's where pretty much everyone stores their code these days if they use git (a version control system).

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