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Facebook has been storing million of passwords on its own servers without encryption and easily accessible to thousands of well-meaning Facebook employees.
The post Another password security issue with Facebook appeared first on Avira Blog.
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 […]read more
Orange County in North Carolina suffered its third ransomware infection in six years, the local government announced on its website on Monday. The attack, probably stemming from a phishing email, a very common practice in such situations, crippled the county’s IT infrastructure and left a number of departments struggling with operations. The attack, detected on […]read more
It’s not a World Wide Web any more, Will you settle for a RWW — a Regional Watching Web? It’s a smaller world out there, if you’re OK with that.
The post The World is vanishing from the WWW – Say hello to the RWW appeared first on Avira Blog.
Google was fined almost €1.5 billion ($1.7 billion) by the European Commission for an antitrust violation, the legislative body announced. Labeled as “outright prohibition,” Google was fined for abusive practices regarding competition policy, the third fine it has received over a two-year span. The case was identified in 2016 and Google has since been cooperating […]read more
“Has my Instagram account been hacked?” is a question you’re likely to not ask until after the fact.
The post Updated: How to know if your Instagram got hacked & more appeared first on Avira Blog.