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  • Phishing Attack Takes Down iStockPhoto

    Phishing Attack Takes Down iStockPhoto

    Twitter is abuzz with news that iStockPhoto, a photo store that was acquired by Getty Images in 2006, has been hit with a phishing attack. All users who have logged into the site today are being instructed to change their passwords (presumably because they have been compromised) and the site's homepage has been taken down. While the site is currently inaccessible, Sean Locke writes that the site… Read More

  • Fotolia Reaches One Million Registered Members And Five Million Images

    Fotolia Reaches One Million Registered Members And Five Million Images

    Micro-stock photography is alive and well. Fotolia tells us they have just reached their one millionth registered member and now have 5 million stock images for sale, for as little as 14 cents, and typically a dollar or two. Of those one million registered members, 860,00 are active (defined as having made at least one credit card purchase or uploaded content within the past three months). … Read More

  • Payoneer's Virtual US Bank Accounts Make International Cash Out Easier

    Payoneer's Virtual US Bank Accounts Make International Cash Out Easier

    When I last covered payment service provider Payoneer, the company had announced the collection of $3 million more in funding and the addition of iStockPhoto to its client roster. Today, the company is announcing the initial rollout of “Payoneer Virtual US Account,” a new offering that simplifies payment cash out for international payees. The new offering allows Payoneer card holders… Read More