Slack resets user passwords after 2015 data breach

Slack resets user passwords after 2015 data breach

Slack will reset the passwords of users it believes are affected by a historical data breach that affected the company more than four years ago. In…

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Fraud Attacks from Mobile Spiked 300% in Q1

Fraud Attacks from Mobile Spiked 300% in Q1

Fraud attacks from mobile apps spiked by 300% in the first quarter of 2019, according to a new researcher from RSA. Published today, the Fraud…

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MongoDB Leak Exposed Millions of Medical Insurance Records

MongoDB Leak Exposed Millions of Medical Insurance Records

Millions of records containing personal information and medical insurance data were exposed by a database belonging to insurance marketing website MedicareSupplement.com. An online database belonging…

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5 reasons why you should use a password manager

5 reasons why you should use a password manager

This should go without saying. Unfortunately, it does need to repeat over and over. You need to use a password manager. Why? Let me cut…

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Vulnerability Leaves Container Images Without Passwords

Vulnerability Leaves Container Images Without Passwords

An old vulnerability in Alpine Linux containers has spread and propagated to as much as 20% of the containers on the Docker Store. Nearly one…

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IT services giant HCL left employee passwords, other sensitive data exposed online

IT services giant HCL left employee passwords, other sensitive data exposed online

IT services giant HCL left employee passwords exposed online, as well as customer project details, and other sensitive information, all without any form of authentication,…

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‘Unhackable’ Biometric USB Offers Up Passwords in Plain Text

‘Unhackable’ Biometric USB Offers Up Passwords in Plain Text

A USB stick dubbed eyeDisk that uses iris recognition to unlock the drive claims to be “unhackable” – only, it isn’t. In fact, a simple…

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These are the most commonly hacked passwords - is one of them yours?

These are the most commonly hacked passwords – is one of them yours?

Hundreds of millions of internet users continue to put themselves at risk of having their accounts hacked by using incredibly simple and commonly used passwords…

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Facebook admits to storing plaintext passwords for millions of Instagram users

Facebook admits to storing plaintext passwords for millions of Instagram users

Facebook admitted today to storing the passwords of millions of Instagram users in plaintext format in internal server logs. The announcement came as an update…

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This server was online for under a minute before hackers were trying to crack it

This server was online for under a minute before hackers were trying to crack it

It can only take seconds before cybercriminals start attempting to hack into newly connected cloud devices and services, as attackers relentlessly pursue new avenues to…

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