Dailymotion Suffers Attack

Dailymotion announced that some of its users accounts were the target of a credential stuffing attack. Their security team discovered the unauthorized access attempts and stopped them. After the discovery, the French video upload site Dailymotion started logging users out and initiated the password reset procedure. The email to users includes a link that allows them to […]

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Google+ Second Data Breach.

Google+ was scheduled to shut its doors in August 2019, but the second security breach in only a few months has caused the company to move its plan forward a few months to April. In that case, it might be a good idea to delete your account sooner rather than later. Google’s latest data breach […]

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DATA BREACH: Cathay Pacific Airlines

Hong Kong based airline Cathay Pacific has announced it has recently suffered a data breach affecting its passenger database. WHO: Cathay Pacific & Hong Kong Dragon Airlines LOCATION: Hong Kong USERS EFFECTED: 9.4m USER LOCATION: Global WHAT: Credit Card numbers, CVV, Email, Passport Numbers If you are impacted by this, inform your bank immediately and […]

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Linkedin Passwords Leaked

FIRST THINGS FIRST THIS MORNING, if you use the business networking site linkedin, before you read any further – log in and change your password now. Last night it was reported that an “encrypted” copy (actually a hashed version) of 6.5 million users passwords was posted on a Russian hacking site. Linkedin have been typically […]

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iPad2 LockScreen Passwords Bypassed in 5 Seconds

The password protection of an iPad 2 running iOS 5 can be circumvented in less than five seconds with just three simple steps. Bypassing the unlock screen on iPad 2 can be accomplished by first pressing the power button until the power-off screen is displayed. Users then need only to close and reopen the fondleslab’s […]

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Facebook Leaks Access to Millions of Profiles

Facebook has leaked access to millions of users’ photographs, profiles and other personal information because of a years-old bug that overrides individual privacy settings, researchers from Symantec said. The flaw, which the researchers estimate has affected hundreds of thousands of applications, exposed user access tokens to advertisers and others. The tokens serve as a spare […]

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