Internet security firm Hold Security says it has discovered that a limousine software company has been hacked, resulting in credit card numbers and other details on close to one million customers being exposed, Detroit Free Press reports. Jonathan Mayer, a cybersecurity fellow at Stanford University, said Corporatecaronline’s website was running outdated software that made it vulnerable, but “you don’t have to be a big target to be at risk online anymore. This is the new normal, and it underscores the need for improving the regulatory framework.”
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