eCheck Secure server hacked
A hacked eCheck Secure server may have exposed banking account information, Social Security numbers and other confidential data of 1.4 million customers of online brokerage firm Scottrade. The company says on October 25, it learned a hacker had, "compromised a server at eCheck, an electronic payment service provided by The Troy Group Inc," according to Netcraft.
"As a result, some of your personal information, including your name, driver's license or state ID number, date of birth, phone number, bank name, bank code, bank number, bank routing number, bank account number and Scottrade account number may have been compromised," read the message to investors, it says. p2pnet.net - the original daily p2p and digital media news site
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