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E-ticketing flaw exposes passenger information to Hackers

E-ticketing flaw exposes passenger information to Hackers

The e-ticketing systems of eight airlines have a vulnerability that could expose personal information and result in tampering with seats and boarding passes ...
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Cisco fixes serious DoS flaws in email security appliance

Cisco fixes serious DoS flaws in email security appliance

Cisco patched two serious denial-of-service (DoS) vulnerabilities that can be exploited remotely without authentication in its email security appliances ...
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Android malware steals money from victims’ PayPal account

Android malware steals money from victims’ PayPal account

ESET researchers have found a new Android Trojan that tricks users into logging into PayPal, then takes over the user’s clicks to send money to the attacker ...
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Australia passes new encryption laws that could force tech companies to offer access to encrypted messages

Australia passes new encryption laws that could force tech companies to offer access to encrypted messages

Australia has passed that encryption legislation, which means companies could be forced to “build new capabilities” to thwart encrypted messages ...
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Google is shutting down Google+ following massive user data exposure

Google is shutting down Google+ following massive user data exposure

Following a massive data breach first reported on by The Wall Street Journal, Google announced today that it is shutting down its social network Google+ for consumers ...
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Facebook finds ‘no evidence’ hackers accessed third-party apps with its Facebook Login

Facebook finds ‘no evidence’ hackers accessed third-party apps with its Facebook Login

Facebook has said it’s found “no evidence” that third-party apps were affected by the data breach it revealed last week ...
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