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Facebook Admits Password Leak Affected ‘Millions’ of Instagram Users

Facebook Admits Password Leak Affected 'Millions' of Instagram Users

Finally Facebook Admits that Millions of Instagram Users are Affected with the Password Leak. Additional Logs of Instagram Passwords Stored in Readable Format. Few Weeks Back Facebook Admits it Stored ‘Hundreds of Millions’ Account Password in Plain Text. Facebook has finally confirmed that password security incident, which occurred last month …

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Security Researchers Found 540 Million Facebook Users Records on Exposed Servers

Security Researchers Found 540 Million Facebook Users Records on Exposed Servers

The security researchers have found hundreds of million of Facebook users records, which were found on an exposed public storage servers. According to researchers at security firm UpGuard, “Two Batches of Users Were Collected and Exposed From Two Different Third Party Companies”. According to the researchers write-up, Cultura Colective a …

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Europe Fined Google €1.5 Billion for AntiTrust Violations in Search Ad Brokering

Europe Fined Google €1.5 Billion for AntiTrust Violations in Search Ad Brokering

The European Commission has recently announced another major antitrust fine for Google. The latest fine — €1.49BN (~$1.7BN) — which relates to its search ad brokering business, where Google involves selling the advertising space related to searches carried out on third party websites. Speaking at a press conference today, EU …

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Google Chrome Vulnerability Could Have Let Hackers Steal Your Confidential Data

Google Chrome Vulnerability Could Have Let Hackers Steal Your Confidential Data

Links in an Android Apps Could Have Led to a Malicious Payloads! The security researchers have recently discovered a serious vulnerability in Google Chrome web browser, which could be easily used to steal your personal details. The Positive Technologies researcher Sergey Toshin, who uncovered the bug last December and disclosed …

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