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Two weeks after Facebook's first serious data breach, and the social network has shared what it has figured out so far.
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In the past, they've pretended to have your passwords - now they're pretending to send email from your "hacked" account, too.
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In a twist on Business Email Compromise, they're spoofing literary agents and going after manuscripts at Penguin Random House and Pan Macmillan.
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From the WhatsApp hack to the world's most expensive USB stick, and everything in between. Catch up with everything we've written in the last 7 days - it's weekly roundup time.
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Pulling out an iPhone XS to show the assembled throng a picture of the hydrogen-powered aircraft that “our president should be flying in,” West casually unlocked it using the passcode ‘000000’.
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The AGs want the FCC to adopt SHAKEN and STIR.
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The credit bureaus' struggles with PINs continue...
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Whatever Magecart is, it’s been blamed for several high-profile payment card breaches this summer.
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Instagram is testing Facebook Location History - which allows the tracking of precise locations from your device - in its app.
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Hangzhou Xiongmai Technology Co.,Ltd (Xiongmai), the Chinese manufacturer that made many of the devices left vulnerable to Mirai, is back with another vulnerability that puts millions of devices across the world at risk yet again.
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