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Facebook Uploaded 1.5 Million Email Contacts Without Consent

Facebook Uploaded 1.5 Million Email Contacts Without Consent

Facebook tells all to Business Insider, confirming that the upload was unintentional.

LinkedIn Data Found in Unsecured Databases

LinkedIn Data Found in Unsecured Databases

A privacy foundation found unsecured databases that held LinkedIn data, including email addresses.

TA505 Targets Financial and Retail Using 'Undetectable' Methods

TA505 Targets Financial and Retail Using 'Undetectable' Methods

CyberInt found TA505 is using tactics and a remote administration tool, developed by TektonIT.

Fraudsters Exploit Sympathies Surrounding Notre Dame Tragedy

Fraudsters Exploit Sympathies Surrounding Notre Dame Tragedy

Following the tragic events in Paris, cyber-criminals have taken advantage of people's goodwill.

Cloud Security Spending Set to Top $12bn by 2023

Cloud Security Spending Set to Top $12bn by 2023

Forrester claims public cloud native security spend will grow fastest

Dark Web Fraudsters Defraud Each Other with Fraud Guides

Dark Web Fraudsters Defraud Each Other with Fraud Guides

Terbium Labs reveals old, incomplete and repackaged how-to guides flooding the dark web

DNS Hijackers Target Middle East Governments

DNS Hijackers Target Middle East Governments

New state-sponsored groups goes after registrars

DCMS Shares UK Journalists Emails, Potential GDPR Breach

DCMS Shares UK Journalists Emails, Potential GDPR Breach

The government department responsible for implementing the GDPR has committed a faux pas with UK journalists which could mean it has broken its own rules

UK To Become First Country To Bring in Age-Verification for Online Pornography

UK To Become First Country To Bring in Age-Verification for Online Pornography

The UK will become "the first country in the world" to bring in age-verification for online pornography, according to the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS).

Scranos Goes Global After Targeting China

Scranos Goes Global After Targeting China

A new password and data stealing operation that has been targeting China has started to infect users worldwide using a rootkit driver

Fifth of Web Traffic Comes from Malicious Bots

Fifth of Web Traffic Comes from Malicious Bots

Distil Networks reveals financial services is most affected sector

EU: We Have No Evidence Kaspersky Lab is Security Risk

EU: We Have No Evidence Kaspersky Lab is Security Risk

European Commission effectively confirms that Parliament vote was ill-informed

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