Woman arrested in massive Capital One data breach
Woman arrested in massive Capital One data breach Woman arrested in massive Capital One data breachI’M out of that massive data breach affecting 100 million people, woman and accounts Rebecca Jarvis doing this now, with the details, a hundred million people. This just keeps happening every single day we impacting millions of Capital, One customers now one of the largest data breaches in history. This morning, Peach Thompson, Seattle, software engineer under arrest after authorities say she hacked credit card issuer Capital, One getting access to more than 100 million applications, exposing credit scores, balances, payment, history and contact information 140 using Social Security numbers and nearly 80,000 bank account number is compromised To investigators say they tracked: Thompson went by the name erratic on Twitter name, an email address, allegedly tweeting. The quote: I’ve basically strapped myself with a bomb, vest, dropping Capital one’s documents and admitting it is endorsed by A-list celebrities like Taylor, Swift, Samuel of suspect faces up to five years in prison and a fine, Michael consumers could possibly get a settlement of this. We just saw that with Equifax that consumers are getting a settlement, we’ve seen it in previous data breaches. The biggest thing right now is to take advantage of that free credit monitoring and stay on top of those bank accounts. Everyone should be biggest thing right now is to take advantage of that free credit monitoring and stay on top of those bank account. Everyone should be doing that regularly, regardless of whether you deal with Capital One or not, hi everyone, George Stephanopoulos, are thanks for checking out the ABC News. Youtube channel, if you’d like to get more video, show, highlights and watch live event coverage click on the right over here to subscribe to our Channel and don’t forget to download the ABC News app for breaking news alerts. Thanks for watching Paige Thompson, a Seattle-area woman, attempted to intrude on Capital One’s server numerous times between March and July and succeeded at least once, federal authorities said.