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Briefly: LaCie's malware breach, Pono Kickstarter exceeds $6 million

updated 08:59 pm EDT, Tue April 15, 2014

French hardware company reveals its year-long malware security breach

LaCie, a major retailer and tech company from France, has confirmed that its website has experienced a security breach for over a one-year period. Informed about the security violation on March 19 by the FBI, transactions between March 27, 2013 and March 10, 2014 are thought to have been affected. Customer names, addresses, email addresses, and payment card numbers with their expiration dates are at risk, in addition to usernames and passwords. LaCie began notifying affected customers on April 11, and its digital store is currently closed while fixes to its secure payment infrastructure are under way.

Neil Young's 'native resolution' music player generates over $6M through Kickstarter

Musician Neil Young has generated well over $6 million through his Kickstarter campaign for the Pono Music Player, which ended today. The campaign's original goal being $800,000, the Pono portable digital music player focuses on high-quality playback of lossless music files. The Pono Player plays FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec) files in varying quality, and holds between 800 and 5,000 tracks. Estimated delivery for most backing offers, of which are primarily first edition devices, is between October and December of this year.



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