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The file-sharing service says the Friday outage was caused by issues with routine internal maintenance, and says the group claiming it hacked into Dropbox is a hoax.
Many of the Java weaknesses can be exploited remotely, according to Oracle
Identity thieves may have taken email addresses, mailing addresses and other information, the company says
Cisco found hundreds of related suspicious domains that are probably used to push malware
Joshua Rogers said the SQL injection flaw allowed access to 600,000 records with personal information
Israeli researchers claim they've discovered a vulnerability in the Samsung Knox software that can allow apps to "listen in" on data in the secure container.
Private files can be accessed over the Internet by anyone with basic knowledge
The company's mobile app now lets users de-link their phone numbers from their usernames
Many apps failed to validate SSL certificates and exposed sensitive information, a researcher from IOActive said
Google was to help the country's election commission with voter facilitation services
The truth always hides in your eyes.
The openSUSE site maintainers recommend using strict directory permissions and alternative authentication systems
Data collection by companies, particularly related to the Internet of things, need to be discussed
The three-year-old flaw in NetWeaver could have allowed access to other critical business software
CNIL says Google broke a French privacy law when it merged the privacy policies of its services