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A coronavirus-tracking app locked users' phones and demanded $100

by Jeff Stone • 4 months ago

The app is the latest reminder that trusting Apple and Google to serve as gatekeepers is an effective way to mostly avoid malware.

New vuln in Microsoft Active Directory lets attackers bypass multi-factor authentication

by Sean Lyngaas • 2 years ago

Okta found a vulnerability in Microsoft’s popular identity management directory that could let a hacker circumvent multi-factor authentication.

User data and private messages exposed in Reddit breach

by Mark Satter • 2 years ago

Reddit, one of the world’s most popular websites and the self-proclaimed “front page of the internet,” was hacked, exposing some user data, internal logs, source code, and other files, according to a post published to the platform today.

Keybase browser extension brings encrypted messaging to social networks

by Patrick Howell O'Neill • 3 years ago

Created by two of the founders of SparkNotes and OkCupid, the service has built some of the most interesting encryption tools on the Internet.

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