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| |Mozilla Fixes Bugs, Improves Privacy In Latest Firefox Release Mozilla rolled out version 67 of its Firefox browser this week, fixing some security bugs and introducing a host of privacy features.
| |The City Of Baltimore Is Being Held Hostage By Ransomware The mayor said no—for now—to paying 13 Bitcoins to (purportedly) unlock all seized systems. Manual rebuilding could take months.
| |Cache Of 49 Million Instagram Records Found Online A security researcher has discovered a massive cache of data on millions of Instagram influencers, publicly accessible for everyone to see.
| |Some Androids Don’t Call 911 When You Tell Them To Call An Ambulance Sometimes you get a list of ambulance companies, sometimes a blog post on when its OK to call an ambulance.
| |Don’t Break Windows 10 By Deleting SID, Microsoft Warns Sometimes its best not to tinker under the hood - especially when it comes to security IDs.
| |Most Hackers For Hire Are Scammers, Research Shows Google UC San Diego researchers found that only 5 of 27 hacker-for-hire services actually launched attacks against their targets.
| |Deep Packet Inspection A Threat To Net Neutrality, Say Campaigners Europe’s biggest ISPs and mobile operators are accused of undermining net neutrality rules and user privacy with their use of DPI.
| |Amnesty Sues Maker Of Pegasus, The Spyware Let In By WhatsApp Zero Day Amnesty International, which was sent the Pegasus spyware via a WhatsApp message, is seeking to stop NSO Group’s "web of surveillance."
| |Rats Leave The Sinking Ship As Hackers’ Forum Gets Hacked The OGUsers forum, which trades in hijacked social accounts, has been hacked, its hard drives wiped, and its user database published online.
| |WordPress Plugin Sees Second Serious Security Bug In Six Weeks Researchers have uncovered another serious bug in WP Live Chat that could lead to the mass compromise of websites.
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