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Perhaps we should all change our Facebook passwords to play it safe, following news that Facebook kept, from as early as 2012, “hundreds of millions” of user account passwords in plain text, making them available to some 20,000 employees, writes KrebsOnSecurity following a tip from a source at Facebook. According to Brian Krebs, Facebook is […]

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Dubbed PortSmash and tracked as CVE-2018-5407, the vulnerability affects all CPUs that rely on SMT, including Intel’s Hyper-Threading architectures. By exploiting the vulnerability, an attacker could extract sensitive data such as encryption keys from a computer’s memory or processor. The issue was discovered by researchers at Tampere University of Technology in Finland, and Universidad Tecnológica […]

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With most people having a near-constant connection to the internet in one form or another, it’s imperative to understand the associated data privacy implications and take appropriate actions to protect sensitive information. Whether you’re using a mobile phone, tablet, laptop or desktop computer, our devices are always in communication with the internet, sometimes even without […]

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