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Just ahead of the Windows 10 May 2019 Update.
Hope you had backups; Myspace didn't.
So says Microsoft, anyway.
No word on how it was released broken.
Those with missing files should contact support.
Users losing files on upgrade.
Some hashed passwords taken.
Company hints at data loss.
Better hope you had backups.
Over 153 million accounts compromised.
Uninstall software now, says WD.
Cloud-based Evernote has admitted that some users lost data as a result of a hardware failure.
Crackers have successfully made off with a full copy of the user database for job site Monster.com - with all of its users' personal details stored therein.
Seagate has admitted that a problem in the firmware of certain Barracuda and DiamondMax drives causes premature death - and has issued a fix.
Data loss - believed to be the work of a disgruntled ex-employee - at blogging site JournalSpace prompts the company to shut up shop for good.
Using a Windows Home Server-based appliance to store your precious data? Better make sure those backups work, as Microsoft has spotted a rather critical glitch.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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