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Facebook Exposes Millions of Users’ Private Photos

A developer uncovered a Facebook vulnerability which granted access to the photos taken on mobile devices synced to Facebook. Up to 6.8 million people who gave permission to third-party apps unwittingly allowed those developers to view the photos they took. This includes photos those they did not explicitly share with Facebook. Another Security Breach for …

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Angry Federal Government OPM Employee

Data Breached Employees Sue for Lifelong Identity Protection

In 2015, millions of US Federal Employees of the OPM (Office of Personnel Management) had their identities hacked in a massive data breach many attribute to the Chinese government seeking leverage on them. A recent court hearing brings them one step closer to free lifelong identity protection. It has taken three years but two unions …

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Apple iPhones Expose All Your Data

Do you have anything on your iPhone you’d like to keep private? Not from hackers but from family, friends, co-workers or anyone who can pick up your phone? The latest version of iOS 12.1 allows anyone who knows a few keystrokes to bypass the security features of your iPhone and view, save and send your …

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Stolen Facebook Credentials Threaten 30 Million

Three weeks ago, Facebook revealed a serious data breach that affected up to 50 million people. Now they have revised that number down to “only 30 Million” but the breach remains one of the most serious in history not just because of its size but because of the far-reaching impact it will have. In our …

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Facebook Breaches 50 Million Users

Facebook faces fines of $1.63 billion after hackers gained access to 50 million users accounts and tried to harvest private information including name, sex and hometown. Facebook cannot determine the extent of the hackers’ access to Facebook or the thousands of third-party sites that users log into using their Facebook accounts. Its been a rough …

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Kaspersky Labs

Kaspersky Labs is Spying on You?

A leading provider of anti-virus software is now considered malicious software by the EU and the USA. The Russian cybersecurity company Kaspersky Lab has been a leader in the consumer anti-malware field for over 20 years. The European Union has branded the Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab software as “confirmed as malicious” and in response Kaspersky Lab …

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