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Ancestry.com said it closed portions of its community-driven genealogy site RootsWeb as it investigated a leaky server that exposed 300,000 passwords, email addresses and usernames to the public internet. In a statement issued over the weekend, Chief Information Security Officer of Ancestry.com Tony Blackham said a file containing the user data was publicly exposed on […]

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All VPN solutions we have previously covered had one thing in common: they include open-source implementations, which should be easier to check for vulnerabilities. However, in reality, there are other issues and peculiarities, besides those contained in the code. The most obvious problem is the occasional disconnect of VPN which, consequently, all of a sudden, […]

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Two-factor authentication with SMS is widely used by banking institutions. Of course, this measure works better than a mere password but it’s not unbreakable. Security specialists found out how it can be fooled 10 years ago, when this protection measure was just gaining popularity. So did malware creators. That’s why banking Trojan developers breach one-time […]

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