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Google believes these new protections ought to significantly reduce the chances of a repeat of "Google Docs."
Soon after the discovery, the company did move the data and make it inaccessible, so the threat is no longer there.
The Deep Root leak highlighted the importance of proper cloud security configuration for AWS.
"Anything I can do to prove that we don't behave maliciously I will do it." ~Eugene Kaspersky~
The cyberattack is coming in the form of ransomware linked to a variation named Petya.
According to ZDNet, the process of hacking Windows 10 S was harder than expected.
An increase in ransomware and viruses is coming for Mac users.
Be careful out there in social media land, not everything is as it seems!
A decent antivirus software costs around $39-$55. Not that expensive, right? So why do people still rely on free antivirus?
This operation is run by Rafotech, a large digital marketing agency based in Beijing.
The company says they are investigating further and are involving law enforcement.
Chipotle was hit with the E. coli bug not too long ago, now they're dealing with a POS malware bug.
This seems to be more of an issue of lazy development rather than intended maliciousness.
The amount the FBI paid to have the iPhone hacked was supposed to remain classified.
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We have reached out to Google for an official statement on the matter and will update this post when we can.
Motherboard also says these orders could last indefinitely and be used against people who are not involved in a crime.
Both apps claim to supply two distinct functions, Phone Boost and CPU Cooler, which Chen says are fake.
Dok Malware is hidden inside a zip file sent via email, deleting unknown emails should keep you safe.
What Goodin has uncovered here is important for Greyhound.com users to know, thus we're helping to spread the word.
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