Twitter informed us on Friday evening that its systems had been attacked this past week by an unidentified group of hackers. As of right now it appears the hackers may have had access to the usernames, email addresses and other sensitive information of nearly a 250,000 Twitter users.
“This week, we detected unusual access patterns that led to us identifying unauthorized access attempts to Twitter user data. We discovered one live attack and were able to shut it down in process moments later,” the company said in a blog [...]
If you haven’t heard of the LadyCoders, then you will soon. They’ve been hacked and attacked– spurring debate on the blogosphere over their primary purpose: helping women get tech jobs in a male dominated industry.
The group raised over $25,000 on KickStarter to produce an instructional video to help women break into the world of technology. After 100 hours of raw footage, they have whittled it down to a version they can present at their “Rocket Propelled Careers” seminar in New York on February 23.