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Over 200,000 Cisco networks switches worldwide were hacked Friday, apparently affecting large internet service providers and data centers across the world, especially in Iran, Russia, the United States, China, Europe and India, according to an Iranian government official.

The impact of the attack, including data loss, is not yet clear. It's also not yet clear who carried out the attack.

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But Motherboard reports that someone in control of an email address left in the note on affected machines told the publication: "We were tired of attacks from government-backed hackers on the United States and other countries."

Tim Erlin, a vice president at Tripwire, notes: "If you take the reported motivations of the attackers at face val...

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Best Buy shoppers may have had their payment information hacked, as the company becomes the latest to report its exposure in a data breach that occurred last year.

The electronics retailer says that [24]7.ai , a company that provides the technology backing its chat services, was hacked between Sept. 27 and Oct. 12, potentially jeopardizing the personal payment details of “a number of Best Buy customers.’’

Sears and Delta Air Lines have also said that thousands of their customers may have been similarly exposed because of [24]7.ai's data breach.

Best Buy said in a statement that “as best we can tell, only a small fraction of our overall online customer population could have been caught up in this . . . incident whethe...

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