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The Sandworm vulnerability gets a fix with this month's round of corrective fixes for Microsoft software. Internet Explorer gets a fix, too.
It’s too easy for third-party services to tap into Snapchat’s API and save your “disappearing” data.
The credentials leaked by an alleged hacker online were likely stolen from other services, the company said.
The vulnerability allows for arbitrary code execution and affects many versions of Windows and Windows Server
A security researcher found potentially sensitive meetings open for anyone to join
Password managers offer many convenient options, but some come at the expense of security
The smartphone for the paranoid gets a better email client and a panorama camera mode - for sharing pics with NO ONE.
The attacks are suspected to be aimed at compromising activists
A third-party web app for Snapchat saved snapped photos to its server, allowing hackers to get at them.
There is no evidence that personal information or debit-card PIN numbers were stolen, the company says.
A proposal by EU justice ministers to relax data protection rules for low-risk personal data doesn't go far enough, industry lobbyists say
The botnet targets Web servers that haven't been patched for recent vulnerabilities found in the Bash Linux shell
The systems were accessed using account credentials from a third-party vendor, Dairy Queen said