Dailymotion, a world renowned video sharing website has suffered a massive data breach in which a hacker whose identity is unknown successfully stole 87 million accounts and shared with LeakedSource, a data breach notification website. The data breach which took place on 20th October 2016 allowed the hacker to steal usernames, emails and hashed passwords of Dailymotion’s […]
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A new Mirai worm knocks almost a million Germans offline, time is running out for NTP, the propaganda about Russian propaganda, and who hacked the lights in Ukraine? All that and more in this week’s security news! Full Show Notes Take the Security Weekly Survey Subscribe to YouTube Channel Security Weekly Website Follow us on
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According to the latest research [Pdf] carried out by the University of Newcastle in the UK, hackers only require 6 seconds’ time to acquire sensitive details about your VISA credit or debit card along with its security code and expiry date. This particular study was published in the IEE Security & Privacy journal. As per the […]
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Today's Android Security Bulletin included a patch for the Dirty Cow vulnerability, a seven-year-old Linux bug that had yet to be patched by Google.
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A new Google program OSS-Fuzz is aimed at continuously fuzzing open source software and has already detected over 150 bugs.
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New report querying security pros shows increase in worry about risks with mobile and cloud environments.
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