Classified Pentagon data was mistakenly left exposed on an unsecured public cloud server, cyber-security researchers have discovered.
The 100GB of data is from a failed joint intelligence-sharing programme run by the US Army and National Security…
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Apple has said it is working to fix a serious bug within its Mac operating system.
The flaw in MacOS High Sierra - the most recent version - makes it possible to gain entry to the machine without a password, and also have access to powerful…
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Over three-quarters (77%) of FTSE 100 companies are at risk of suffering a damaging cyber-attack because corporate log-ins including plain text passwords are available on the dark web, according to Anomali.
The threat intelligence firm monitored…
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Image-sharing website Imgur has confirmed that the emails and passwords of 1.7 million users were compromised in 2014.
The data breach has only recently come to light after being discovered by security researcher Troy Hunt.
Mr Hunt said…
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Members of an exclusive club restricted to selected graduates of Oxford and Cambridge universities are being warned that computer data containing their personal details is feared stolen.
The Sunday Telegraph reported that the club believed a…
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Tech powers many things, including cognitive dissonance. A few years ago I was travelling through Agbogbloshie, the commercial district in Accra, known as a graveyard for electronic waste, a hotspot for digital dumping. I tutted and shook my…
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A popular US ride-hailing service has become the latest firm to publicly expose customer details after researchers found data on an estimated one million users of the service and thousands of drivers.
The privacy snafu came as a result of…
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Fashion retailer Forever 21 has confirmed there has been unauthorized access to data from payment cards used at some of its stores.
The company is notifying its customers that it recently received a report from a third party that about the…
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The BBC has discovered a security flaw in the office collaboration tool Huddle that led to private documents being exposed to unauthorised parties.
A BBC journalist was inadvertently signed in to a KPMG account, with full access to private…
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Under-fire credit agency Equifax has seen profits tumble 27% year-on-year and costs spike by tens of millions during the previous quarter following a major data breach at the company revealed in September.
Third quarter profits stood at $96.3m,…
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