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Confide, a messaging app reportedly used by U.S. White House staff, apparently had several security holes that made it easier to hack. Security consultancy IOActive found the vulnerabilities in Confide, which promotes itself as an app that offers “military-grade” end-to-end encryption. Read More

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KFC Corporation warned 1.2 million of its U.K.-based Colonel’s Club members to reset their account passwords after 30 members were targeted in an attack. The subsidiary of Yum Brands said that personal information including names, addresses, e-mail addresses may have been stolen. The Colonel’s Club loyalty program is exclusive to the U.K. and Ireland and […]

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Medical lab Quest Diagnostics exposed names, dates of birth, lab results and telephone numbers of 34,000 patients after a third-party gained unauthorized access to its network through a vulnerable mobile application.

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