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Italian Email Provider Announced Hack That Exposed 600k Users

Email.it admitted that hackers breached one of their servers, stealing sensitive data as a result. The hackers claim to have compromised Email.it over two years ago, finding all data in plaintext form....
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Stockdale Radiology Is Circulating Notices About a Data Breach

A medical diagnostics center in California has suffered a ransomware attack that may have breached internal data. The accessible information concerns patient details, both PII and private medical data. The company...
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“DarkHotel” Is Exploiting VPN Zero-Days to Breach Chinese Agencies

The “DarkHotel” APT was engaging in cyber-espionage operations against the Chinese government. The hackers have set up a very clever attack chain based on a zero-day that has been fixed now. ...
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Firefox Fixes Two Actively Exploited Bugs Along With the Twitter Cache Issue

Firefox fixed two zero-day "use-after-free" flaws that were under exploitation in the wild. The particular flaws may affect other Web browsers too, but no technical details have been shared yet. A...
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Many Thousands of Android Apps Discovered to Contain Hidden Backdoors

Researchers from Ohio, New York, and Germany have analyzed 150k Android apps, finding hidden backdoors in 8.5% of them. Most of the risky apps come pre-installed on Samsung devices, which confirms the...
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A Security Researcher Got $75k for an iPhone Camera Hack

A talented security researcher has received $75,000 from Apple for reporting seven zero-days. Three of these flaws could be used in an exploit chain to access the iPhone's microphone and camera. ...
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The ‘Key Ring’ Virtual Wallet App Exposed Private Data of 14 Million Users

Millions of shoppers in the United States and Canada have had their private data exposed. The culprit is 'Key Ring,' an app meant to help consumers enjoy shopping comfort and special offers....
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Researchers Discover Eight Thousand Unprotected ‘Redis’ Instances Online

A large number of unprotected Redis instances were discovered online, sitting in popular public cloud services. Eight thousand of them are not password-protected nor using TLS encryption.  Redis is constantly trying to...
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Ex-NSA Hacker Reveals Another Zoom Flow – Affecting macOS Users’ Webcam and Microphone

A researcher unveils two zero-day flaws that concern the macOS version of Zoom, the digital meetings app. The first bug makes privilege escalation possible, while the second can share the microphone and webcam...
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LineageOS Begins Building ROMs Based on Android 10

The latest major release of the LineageOS is out, and it is based on the Google Android 10. About 30 devices are supported for starters, but more will be added on the...

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