Job site Monster.com acknowledged a breach of its user database late
Friday, warning that online intruders made off with an unspecified
number of job seekers' names, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, log-in
names and passwords.
The Web site, run by New York, NY-based Monster Worldwide, gave scant
information about the breach, except that the intrusion did not
compromise any Social Security numbers or personal financial details,
which the company does not generally collect. The breach also affected
Monster.com's government client, USAJobs.com, which also posted a notice on Friday.
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