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By Uzair Amir
Another day, another trove of sensitive data exposed online. This time, a MongoDB database containing a whopping 43.5GB of the dataset used in marketing campaigns has been left exposed for public access. The data was discovered by Bob Diachenko, an independent security researcher who noted that the database was available on an unprotected MongoDB hosted on Grupo-SMS hosting and […]
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Nine out of 10 banks suffered a cyber-attack last year, OAS confirms.
The defendant, now 19, will instead study criminology and cyber safety at university.
There is little doubt that technology has influenced people’s lives in many ways. Not only are you more likely to have a mobile phone in your pocket, but you are also likely to use the internet many times per day. While technology has brought a lot of great ideas to business and the way people […]
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Ride-sharing company settles legal cases with 50 states and the District of Columbia for its handling of 2016 data breach.
Hackers see green field opportunities in vulnerable software supply chains.
VPNFilter malware is adding capabilities to become a more fully-featured tool for threat actors.
Government agencies are making great strides in defending themselves against cyberattacks, according to new research from Accenture. But technology alone won't solve the problem.
Seven new modules discovered in VPNFilter further fill in the blanks about how the malware operates and reveals a wider breath of capabilities.
The tech giant promised that it will be more transparent about users' data in Chrome 70 after coming under fire for its privacy policies earlier this week.