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Numerous LinkedIn users are claiming to work for established companies, with the companies often left powerless to act upon this problem. According to a LinkedIn post by Andy Cuff, CEO and founder, Computer Network Defence Ltd, he has been alerted to at least seven profiles of people claiming to work for his company. He said in the...
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Google is this week rolling out its Advanced Protection Program (APP) to all Android users in a bid to improve protection against malicious apps. The APP was originally reserved for high-risk users such as journalists, activists, political campaigners and others. However, it will now be available to all users with an Android 7.0+ device. There are...
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Security researchers are warning of a new sextortion-related campaign designed to trick the recipient into clicking on a nude image booby-trapped with malware. The unsolicited email contains a message from ‘Red Skull’ hacking crew, who claim to have compromised the account of a contact of the recipient and found images of his naked girlfriend. As this...
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Cryptocurrency security company Ledger has warned users about a rogue Chrome extension that dupes its victims into giving up the keys to their crypto wallets. Cryptocurrency owners need a wallet just like users of regular cash do. Instead of cash, however, crypto wallets hold digital keys – which grant users access to the blockchain addresses...
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Speaking at RSA Conference in San Francisco, Wendy Nather, head of advisory CISOs, Duo Security at Cisco, said it is time to consider how users are affected by security controls, why mistakes are being made and if product design really benefits users and security. Nather said that if we thought that IT professionals were the only...
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A US government agency that provides secure communications to the White House has notified individuals of a data breach that may have compromised their personal information. The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), which also provides IT support for the President, Vice-President, US Secret Service, Joint Chiefs of Staff and others, employs around 8000 military and civilian...
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A popular photo app has leaked the personal data and images of thousands of customers via an unsecured Amazon Web Services (AWS) storage bucket, it has emerged. Researchers at vpnMentor discovered the misconfigured S3 database, which was left without any password protection, belonged to PhotoSquared, a company which creates printed photo boards for users that...
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A popular GDPR compliance WordPress plugin vendor has patched a flaw that rendered both site visitors and admins vulnerable to cookie-stealing cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks. The GDPR Cookie Consent plugin, created by WebToffee, claims over 700,000 users. The plug-in is a notification app that begs you to accept cookies when you first visit a WordPress...
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The UK banking industry is warning consumers not to fall victim to romance fraud, after revealing that over a quarter (27%) of dating website users have been scammed by fake personas over the past year. Known as “catfishing,” these usually involve a fraudster posing as someone they’re not in order to gain the trust of...
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As the well-worn internet saying goes – there is no cloud, it’s just someone else’s computer. This week, an unknown number of Google Photos users were alarmed to find that this can turn out to be true in surprisingly personal ways. According to an email sent to affected users, between 21 and 25 November 2019...
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Twitter has been forced to take action after discovering malicious actors taking advantage of an API bug to unmask users on the site by getting hold of their phone numbers. The social network discovered the issue on Christmas Eve last year after detecting a user employing a large network of fake accounts to exploit an...
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Speaking at the DigiCert Security Summit in San Diego, DigiCert senior director of business development, Dean Coclin, said that “identity data is created on us all of the time,” but asked how protected it is. He said that as we browse we create more and more data every day, and this data is about us and we...
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Tens of thousands of cannabis users in the US have had their personal information leaked by a misconfigured cloud bucket, according to researchers. Over 85,000 files including more than 30,000 records with sensitive personally identifiable information (PII) were exposed when software firm THSuite apparently left an Amazon Web Services (AWS) S3 bucket unsecured. THSuite provides...
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Four employees of Amazon’s home security company Ring have been fired after being caught snooping at users’ videos.  The online retail giant admitted terminating individuals over unauthorized access in a letter dated January 6 that was addressed to US senators Ron Wyden, Edward Markey, Gary Peters, Chris Van Hollen, and Christopher Coons.  In the letter, Amazon states:...
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