Western Digital has reported a security issue with two of its devices: My Book Live and My Book Live Duo. Some of these devices have lost user data. These device should be disconnected from the internet.
ParkMobile, a vehicle parking app which is used in several major cities in the U.S. under various names, has released details for a security incident with its vehicle parking app in March of 2021. License plate numbers and some email addresses and/or phone numbers were included in this incident, but not credit cards or drivers license numbers.
Facebook has released a response to recent reports of 530 million user accounts made publicly available in an unsecured database. Facebook states that their systems were not hacked, but user data was scraped from its platform prior to September 2019. Facebook also states that the issue was corrected at that time and should not happen again.
Marriott Hotels has reported a data breach in 2020 that affected the data for approximately 5.2 million guests. Customers can request more information at mysupport.marriott.com
Convenience store chain Wawa has disclosed a data breach that occurred from March 2019 to December 2019. Malware was detected and then removed from its payment processing servers by their information security team. Payment information, including credit and debit card numbers, expiration dates, and cardholder names were included in this breach. Wawa is offering one year of identity theft protection for affected cardholders.
Meal delivery service DoorDash has reported a data breach of about 4.9 million customer, delivery driver, and merchant user accounts. Users who registered after April 5, 2018 should not be affected. DoorDash has also set up a phone help line regarding this data breach that can be reached at 855-646-4683.
Dunkin’ Donuts is also launching an investigation of unknown login attempts to their customer app accounts.