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| |Mobile Apps Riddled With High-risk Vulnerabilities, Warns Report Be careful before installing that mobile app on your iOS or Android device - many mobile applications are riddled with vulnerabilities.
| |Desjardins’ Employee From Hell Spills 2.9m Records The leak, carried out by a since-fired rogue employee, affected 2.7 million people and 173,000 businesses - about 41% of its clientele.
| |Facebook Posts Reveal Your Hidden Illnesses, Say Researchers The language we use could be indicators of disease and, with patient consent, could be monitored just like physical symptoms.
| |Microsoft Uses AI To Push Windows 10 Upgrade To Users From November, users running some versions of Windows 10 will be required to upgrade or find themselves unable to receive security updates.
| |Used Nest Cams Were Letting Previous Owners Spy On You Google says its fixed the issue, but we havent heard details on how many, and which, products were affected.
| |Florida City Will Pay Over $600,000 To Ransomware Attackers Riviera Beach, Florida, has agreed to pay attackers over $600,000 three weeks after its systems were crippled by ransomware.
| |Government Is Exposing Identities Of Child Abuse Victims DHS and FBI investigators are using Facebook profile IDs in court records - IDs that are easily used to look up their profile pages.
| |Update Firefox Now! Zero-day Found In The Wild Mozilla has fixed a critical zero-day bug in the latest point releases of the Firefox web browser.
| |Google Launches New Chrome Protection From Bad URLs The "Suspicious Site Reporter" extension lets users easily report dubious sites, while a new warning flags potential typosquatting pages.
| |Facebook’s Libra Cryptocurrency Is Big News But Will It Be Secure? Unless you’ve been under a rock, you’ll know that earlier this week Facebook announced plans for a new global cryptocurrency for absolutely everyone called Libra.
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