A hacking group leaked data from the Philippines’ Commission on Elections, which impacts 55 million registered voters. National Childbirth Trust announced a breach affecting 15,000 new and expecting parents. Several more W-2 related breaches made headlines. An FDIC employee accidentally walked out with 44,000 customers’ information. CoinWallet announced plans to shut down its services following a cyber incident. On the advisory front, the details of the Badlock bug were finally revealed, there was a new evolution in Locky ransomware, more phishing attacks were discovered, malvertising hit Dutch websites, and Windows XP, which has not had support for two years, is still being widely used. The week also saw legal developments regarding Mossack Fonseca, Sony Pictures, Wendy’s, and more. Finally, four radio stations found themselves broadcasting some strange content after being hacked.