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5 million unencrypted passport numbers stolen in Marriott Starwood data breach

5 million unencrypted passport numbers stolen in Marriott Starwood data breach

In an update on the massive data breach that happened last year, Marriott has said that the breach affected a lesser number of guests than previously thought. But in addition, Marriott has said that 5... Read more

It is a trial period for Microsoft's feature ‘Bali'

It is a trial period for Microsoft's feature ‘Bali'

It seems that Microsoft wants to champion user security and beat up against many odds pertaining to data breach. Microsoft research team is secretively working on a project named “Bali” w... Read more

Data Breach hits 7.6 million Town of Salem players

Data Breach hits 7.6 million Town of Salem players

In the first big data breach of the New Year, 7.6 million players of the popular browser-based game Town of Salem have been affected. BlankMediaGames, the creator of the game has confirmed the news of... Read more

Hackers hijack Chromecast by exploring router vulnerabilities

Hackers hijack Chromecast by exploring router vulnerabilities

Thousands of Chromecast streaming devices were targeted by hackers which forced these devices to play a video of the popular YouTube content creator PewDiePie. The problem was initially thought to be ... Read more

TheDarkOverLord threatens to release sensitive insurance documents related to 9/11

TheDarkOverLord threatens to release sensitive insurance documents related to 9/11

The notorious hacker group that goes by the name TheDarkOverLord has claimed that it has managed to get its hand on 18,000 documents from Hiscox Syndicates and others. The group claims that these docu... Read more

Widely criticized cybersecurity law comes into effect in Vietnam

Widely criticized cybersecurity law comes into effect in Vietnam

Amidst global criticism, the contentious law that allows Vietnam to remove content online it deems to be against the state has finally come into effect. The law was passed by the Vietnamese Parliament... Read more

EU introducing bug bounty on Free Software projects it uses

EU introducing bug bounty on Free Software projects it uses

The EU started Free and Open Source Software Audit (FOSSA) back in 2014. Now, in the coming January 2019, FOSSA is back again. EU has announced as many as 15 bug bounties in 2019 on Free Software Proj... Read more