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The hackers that stole millions of depositors' contact info from JPMorgan Chase earlier this year didn't use any kind of sophisticated malware like the one that took down Sony Pictures' computers. No, they managed to steal people's info, because the bank failed to upgrade one of its servers with t

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December 23, 2014 at 8:45AM
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Two-factor authentication might be all the rage these days, but it sounds like there could be an even more secure way of protecting against fraud -- your voice. It's being employed by major banks including Wells-Fargo and JPMorgan Chase to weed out scammers who call financial institutions armed wi

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A Bloomberg report claims that JPMorgan Chase and \"at least\" four more banks in the US have been victims of a virtual attack from hackers. The data gathered from the breach could reportedly \"be used to drain accounts,\" according to two Bloomberg sources who have been briefed on the situation by th

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