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| |Mega-crackers Back With Nearly 100 Million New Stolen Data Records Sounds like the crooks who tried to sell more than 600 million records last week are back with nearly 100 million more...
| |Opera Integrates A Cryptocurrency Wallet – Is This Web 3.0? When it appears in the next few weeks, the next version of Opera (“Reborn 3” or “R3”) for Windows, Mac and Linux will become the first mainstream desktop browser to integrate a cryptocurrency wallet.
| |Will The EU’s New Copyright Directive Ruin The Web? Articles 11 and 13 live on, with the dreaded link tax, meme killer, censorship machine and all.
| |Apple Fighting Pirate App Developers, Will Insist On 2FA For Coders Are you an Apple developer? Care about security? Using 2FA? You will be soon...
| |Judge Won’t Unseal Legal Docs In Fight To Break Messenger Encryption The Feds tried—and failed—to force Facebook to break its encryption so investigators could listen in on suspected MS-13 gang conversations.
| |Should We Profit From The Sale Of Our Personal Data? Dont spend that 30 cents all in one place!
| |Chinese Facial Recognition Database Exposes 2.5m People A company operating a facial recognition system in China has exposed millions of residents’ personal information online.
| |Photography Site 500px Resets 14.8 Million Passwords After Data Breach Photography website 500px has become the latest site to admit suffering a serious data breach.
| |Inside A GandCrab Targeted Ransomware Attack On A Hospital A recent attack on a US hospital gives us a colourful picture of both how a targeted ransomware attack happens, and how it can be stopped.
| |What’s Behind This 1,000-character Phishing URL? Bleeping Computer learned of a strange phishing campaign which uses an unusually long URL - but why?
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