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Popular collaboration and communication firm Slack rushed to plugged a security hole in its platform Thursday that was leaking some of its users’ private chats and files for anyone to access. Slack, a leading tool used by companies to communicate internally, was alerted by security firm Detectify Labs who discovered Slack users were unwittingly sharing […]

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In one of the more bizarre alleged hacking stories to emerge recently, federal authorities are investigating whether employees of the St. Louis Cardinals hacked into systems belonging to the Houston Astros and got access to internal team conversations about players, trades, scouting reports, and other sensitive information. The alleged attack against the Astros’ network is […]

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Sensitive information containing social security numbers among other data, has been extracted from a web server at California State University, East Bay by an unknown intruder in August, 2013. Even if the attack occurred about one year earlier, the University discovered the unauthorized access on August 11, 2014, during a routine check. Following an internal […]

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