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Amazon has accepted that there was a leak

Amazon has accepted that there was a leak

Amazon has admitted that it inadvertently revealed email addresses and names of some of its customers. The news came into light as many of its customers received an email from the Amazon’s custo... Read more

Over 500,000 Android users may have downloaded malwares

Over 500,000 Android users may have downloaded malwares

A known security researcher Lukas Stefanko has revealed that there were as many as 13 apps on the Google Play Store that posed as driving games but actually were malwares. He tweeted out the names of ... Read more

Security bug in a GDPR-compliant tool of Instagram exposed user passwords

Security bug in a GDPR-compliant tool of Instagram exposed user passwords

Instagram has notified some of its users that their password data were inadvertently exposed due to a security flaw tied to an Instagram tool called “Download Your Data”. In simple words, ... Read more

 Cisco ships softwares with exploit code

 Cisco ships softwares with exploit code

Cisco has revealed that it had inadvertently shipped two of its softwares with in-house exploit code. These exploit codes were used in security tests of scripts as part of Cisco’s Expressway Ser... Read more

French regulators collaborate with Facebook to work on hate speech

French regulators collaborate with Facebook to work on hate speech

A team of French regulators will be given a broader and deeper access to Facebook’s content policies and how the company moderates hate speech. The partnership, which is slated to begin in Janua... Read more

Chrome users will shortly get a new security feature

Chrome users will shortly get a new security feature

Google in its recent announcement said that Chrome will shortly get a security feature to put an end to mobile subscription scams. Those of which include sites that ask for your phone number without e... Read more

Mess with consumer data and you could land behind bars

Mess with consumer data and you could land behind bars

An early draft of legislation released by Senator Ron Wyden could jail executives if they mishandle consumer data. Stiff guidelines for misusing consumer’s data are on the agenda and if found gu... Read more