Hannah's Headlines - 7/17/2019

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Sprint Had A Breach Of Customer Info-Many people who use Sprint wireless phone service are learning their accounts were compromised through the Samsung website.

A report says Sprint sent letters to affected customers telling them about the breach discovered last month. Sprint confirmed the breach and said credit card and social security numbers were not compromised because they're encrypted.

However, sensitive information like address, phone numbers, and more were stolen. Sprint told customers they're not at "substantial risk" of becoming identity theft victims. Sprint says it reset customers' PIN codes to make sure their accounts are secure.

The breach apparently happened late last month. The big concern is Sprint leaving out crucial details on the hack like how many accounts are affected, how long the information was exposed, and how the hackers got into a supposedly highly secure site like Samsung’s.

Source:The Verge

Woman Hunts Down People Who Stole Her Car And Steals It Back

I know the police don't really want us fighting crime. They certainly don't want us doing any of the heavy lifting but I imagine it's pretty damn satisfying when you do. 

There's a woman namedDanielle Renoin Kansas City, Missouri and unfortunately last Tuesday night, she stopped at a convenience store and left her SUV out front running. She was only inside for about a minute when she watched three women steal her SUV. 

Danielle wasn't happy and filed a police report but decided she wasn't going to sit this one out and did a little investigating herself. So instead of canceling her credit cards that were in the SUV, she left them open and tracked how the thieves were using them.

Over the course of the next two days, she monitored where the thieves were going. Eventually, they used the cards at a gas station near Danielle's house and she rushed there to ask for information.

A clerk said she heard the women talking about going to Applebee's. So Danielle headed to the Applebee's nearby, sat down, and waited. Sure enough, the thieves drove up in her SUV and walked in.

Danielle then did what anyone of us would have done. Stole back her SUV and then called the cops. If that wasn't enough, she then live-streamed the arrest on Facebook.

The cops went to the Applebee's, and the women were arrested.

Source: NewsWeek

Girl Scouts Add 42 New Badges

The Girls Scouts is once again doing what they can to help broaden the interests of young girls. The organization just introduced 42 new badges girls ages five to 18 can now earn, in areas like cybersecurity, space science, outdoor high adventure, coding and more.

Among the new badges:

  • Nine Cybersecurity badges- with activities including decrypting and encrypting messages, learning proper protection methods for devices, and even exploring real-world hacking scenarios.
  • Three Space Science badges- girls can explore topics such as the universe and their place in it, properties of light, and inspiring careers in space science.
  • 12 Outdoor High Adventure badges- featuring outdoor adventures like backpacking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, rock climbing, tree climbing and more.
  • 18 Coding for Good badges- teaching girls not only the basics of coding but also showing them how every stage of the coding process provides girls with opportunities to use their skills for good. 

But that’s not all. Girl Scouts is also launching their first Cyber Challenge events for girls in grades six to 12, to encourage the pursuit of computer science careers. The events are set to take place in select cities on October 19th. There will also be a “Think Like Citizen Scientist” leadership journey, in which girls will participate in certain science-related activities and then share their findings with real-world scientists through an online network. 

Source:Yahoo Finance

Area 51 Invasion Will Be Live Streamed -Get out your popcorn. September 20th is shaping up to be an interesting day.

That’s the day that the Facebook event “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All Of Us” is going down. According to the page, 1.4 million people are going and another 1.1 million are interested. Seriously.

Even more people signed up after the military warned they’ll be ready to take down attendees.

Don’t worry if you can;t go, though… it’s being live streamed. A nearby tourist attraction called Area 15 is going to make sure everyone sees the fun on storming day. They are also throwing a party.

Source:Anonews

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