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| |Phone Repair Shop Employees Accused Of Stealing Nude Photos Keep your passwords safe, since: "Quintal: Did the girl that sounded hot bring her computer last night? Preuit: No Quintal: Im depressed"
| |Serious Security: When Cryptographic Certificates Attack Machine learning is all the rage - but dont knock human savvy just yet! One weird character can be enough to alert a smart researcher...
| |Snack-happy Parrot Shows Insider Threats Come In All Shapes And Sizes The African Grey has tried to get Alexa to send him lightbulbs, a kite, watermelon, ice cream, strawberries, raisins, broccoli and ice cream.
| |Instagram Became The Preferred Tool In Russia’s Propaganda War Facebook and Twitter got a lot of heat, but "Instagram’s appeal is that’s where the kids are, and that seems to be where the Russians went."
| |SQLite Creator Fires Back At Tencent’s Bug Hunters The creator of SQLite has downplayed reports of a bug that could lead to remote code execution.
| |How Not To Secure US Missile Defences One BMDS site’s patching was so deficient, it failed to address a critical vulnerability that first came to light nearly three decades ago.
| |After SamSam, Ryuk Shows Targeted Ransomware Is Still Evolving Devastating, targeted ransomware attacks didnt start with SamSam and they didnt end with it either.
| |Facebook Photo API Bug Exposed Users’ Unpublished Photos It affected up to 6.8 million users and up to 1,500 apps. “Were sorry this happened,” said Facebook with what must be acute apology fatigue.
| |Logitech Flaw Fixed After Project Zero Disclosure The flaw offered attackers a way of executing keystroke injection to take control of a Windows PC running Logitech Options.
| |Twitter Fixes Bug That Lets Unauthorized Apps Get Access To DMs
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