Energy provider Npower has removed its app after stolen login data was used to access customer accounts. The firm, owned by E.ON - one of the UK's big six energy suppliers - has not revealed how many people may have been affected by the cyber attack. It is believed that personal contact details and partial financial information may have been obtained, according to MoneySavingExpert.com , although full account numbers appear not to have been taken. Npower said it has alerted those who may have been affected and "immediately locked" their accounts. "We identified suspicious cyber activity affecting the npower mobile app, where someone has accessed customer accounts using login data stolen from another website. This is known as credential stuffing," the company said in a statement. "We've contacted all affected customers to make them aware of the issue, encouraging them to change their passwords and advice on how to prevent unauthorised access to their online account. "We … [Read more...] about NPower cyber attack – customers warned personal details may have been breached
Teresa Giudice revealed during dinner on a group trip that her ex-husband Joe Giudice was selling sex toys on Wednesday's episode of RHONJ. The 48-year-old reality star while dining outdoors at The Chateau on the Lake on Lake George, New York was asked by Jennifer Aydin, 43, if she had brought her Lelo vibrator. 'I didn't bring my toy. ...Joe's selling sex toys,' Teresa told her friends. Sex toys: Teresa Giudice revealed during dinner on a group trip that her ex-husband Joe Giudice was selling sex toys on Wednesday's episode of The Real Housewives Of New Jersey 'Your ex-husband is selling sex toys?,' Jennifer asked. 'Yes,' Teresa confirmed. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Teresa Giudice gets accused of making up cheating rumor in... Real Housewives Of New Jersey: Jackie Goldschneider... Teresa Giudice's daughter Gia, 20, shares statement after... RHONJ star Teresa Giudice, 48, poses with her four daughters... Share … [Read more...] about Real Housewives Of New Jersey: Teresa Giudice reveals ex-husband Joe selling sex toys during trip
Allowing teachers to award grades to pupils this summer is "as good a compromise as we can come to" following the cancellation of formal exams, Boris Johnson has said. The prime minister described this year's system for awarding A-level and GCSE grades in England - as well as some vocational and technical qualifications - as "durable" and the "right way forward". Live COVID updates from the UK and around the world With the government aiming to avoid a repeat of last year's grades scandal - which saw a moderating algorithm ditched after widespread complaints it unfairly downgraded pupils' grades - teachers have been told to base students' grades on a range of evidence. This includes mock exams, coursework, essays and in-class tests. Advertisement Schools will also have the option of using assessment questions provided by exam boards to help decide what grades to award, although the assessments are not expected to take place under exam … [Read more...] about COVID-19: No exams and teacher-assessed grades ‘as good a compromise as we can come to’, says Boris Johnson
Anyone who has bought a smartphone since 2015 could be entitled to a share of a £480m payout if a legal claim from watchdog Which? is successful. The consumer rights group is suing US chipmaker Qualcomm, accusing it of using its market dominance to inflate charges to manufacturers, which they have then passed on to millions of Britons in the form of higher smartphone prices. About 29 million people in the UK may be entitled to compensation of around £17 each. Qualcomm's technology can be found in a number of leading brands, including Apple and Samsung. Damages are being sought for all affected Apple and Samsung smartphones bought since 1 October 2015. Advertisement Anabel Hoult, chief executive of Which?, said: "We believe Qualcomm's practices are anti-competitive and have so far taken around £480m from UK consumers' pockets - this needs to stop. More from Apple Streaming inquiry: Spotify, Apple and Amazon bosses defend models but seem … [Read more...] about Qualcomm: UK smartphone owners are due £480m payout, claims Which?
TIGER Woods’ family worry he may get hooked on painkillers as he recovers from his horrific car crash. A source said the golf icon , who has been in rehab, has a “deep-seated” issue with prescription drugs — and warned a “potentially huge problem” lies ahead. Tiger , 45, suffered serious leg and ankle injuries in the crash near Los Angeles earlier this week. Yesterday US President Barrack Obama sent "prayers" to Tiger Woods, tweeting "Sending my prayers to @TigerWoods and his family tonight—here’s to a speedy recovery for the GOAT of golf. "If we’ve learned anything over the years, it’s to never count Tiger out." It comes as police officials say that the golfer won't face criminal charges, with Deputy Carlos Gonzalez adding: "This remains an accident, an accident is not a crime, they do happen, unfortunately." Asked whether or not any drugs of alcohol tests were done at the scene, Gonzalez said: "The Deputy on the scene assessed the condition of Tiger Woods and … [Read more...] about Tiger Woods accident latest news – Crash injuries could see golfer hooked on painkiller meds again, friends fear