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Hackers compromised a Canonical GitHub account, Ubuntu source code was not impacted

Security Affairs

Yesterday, July 6, 2019, hackers breached the GitHub account of Canonical Ltd., the company behind the Ubuntu Linux distribution. On July 6, 2019, hackers have breached the GitHub account of Canonical Ltd., the organization behind the Ubuntu Linux distribution.

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How to Protect Our Kids' Data and Privacy

WIRED Threat Level

Opinion: Kids today have an online presence starting at birth, which raises a host of legal and ethical concerns. We desperately need a new data protection framework. Security Security / Privacy Opinion

Croatia government agencies targeted with news SilentTrinity malware

Security Affairs

Croatia government agencies have been targeted by unknown hackers with a new piece of malware tracked as SilentTrinity. A mysterious group of hackers carried out a series of cyber attacks against Croatian government agencies, infecting employees with a new piece of malware tracked as SilentTrinity.

What Is Credential Dumping?

WIRED Threat Level

Modern network intrusions thrive on a counterintuitive trick: stealing passwords from computers that hackers have already compromised. Security Security / Cyberattacks and Hacks

Top 10 industries for monetizing data: Is yours one of them?

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Customers of 7-Eleven Japan lost $500,000 due to a flaw in the mobile app

Security Affairs

Cyber criminals have exploited an unproperly implemented password reset process in 7-Eleven to make unwanted charges on 900 customers’ accounts. 7-Eleven Inc.

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Security Affairs newsletter Round 221 – News of the week

Security Affairs

A new round of the weekly SecurityAffairs newsletter arrived! The best news of the week with Security Affairs. Kindle Edition. Paper Copy. Once again thank you! Bulgarian IT expert arrested after disclosing a flaw in kindergarten software.

Will CCPA Be a “Dumpster Fire” for Those Trying to Comply? Here are 10 Reasons it Might Be: Data Privacy Trends

eDiscovery Daily

We’re less than six months away from the scheduled start of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) on January 1, 2020. So, what are the law’s prospects when it goes into effect next year?