'Marketplace' Report: Monster.com Security Breach Earlier this week, hackers broke into the job recruitment Web site Monster and stole personal data on 1.3 million users. The computer thieves then posed as potential employers and sent e-mails to job seekers that requested bank account numbers and contained links that led to downloads of malicious software.
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'Marketplace' Report: Monster.com Security Breach

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'Marketplace' Report: Monster.com Security Breach

'Marketplace' Report: Monster.com Security Breach

'Marketplace' Report: Monster.com Security Breach

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Earlier this week, hackers broke into the job recruitment Web site Monster and stole personal data on 1.3 million users. The computer thieves then posed as potential employers and sent e-mails to job seekers that requested bank account numbers and contained links that led to downloads of malicious software. John Dimsdale of Marketplace talks with Madeleine Brand about this major security breach.

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