Firefox update fixes critical security vulnerability

Firefox 66.0.1 Released with Fix for Critical Security Vulnerabilities that discovered via Trend Micro’s Zero Day Initiative. The vulnerability affects all the versions of Firefox below 66.0.1. An attacker could exploit these vulnerabilities to take complete control over the target system of the process. CVE-2019-9810: Incorrect alias information Incorrect alias information with IonMonkey JIT compiler […]

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U S disaster relief agency leaks private data of hurricane survivors

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is activating a Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART) to Mozambique to lead the U.S. Government’s response to Cyclone Idai, which has caused catastrophic flooding, killed hundreds of people, and affected hundreds of thousands of others in Mozambique, Zimbabwe, and Malawi. The US Federal Emergency Management Agency exposed 2.3 […]

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Facebook leaves passwords unencrypted

Facebook said there is no evidence its employees abused access to this data. The company said the passwords were stored on internal company servers, where no outsiders could access them. However, privacy experts suggested that users change their passwords. The security slip left the passwords readable by the social networking giant’s employees. The issue was […]

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Multi-factor authentication bypassed to hack Office 365 & G Suite Cloud accounts

Massive IMAP-based password-spraying attacks successfully breached Microsoft Office 365 and G Suite accounts, circumventing multi-factor authentication (MFA) according to an analysis by Proofpoint. As noted by Proofpoint’s Information Protection Research Team in a recent report, during a “recent six-month study of major cloud service tenants, Proofpoint researchers observed attackers are targeting legacy protocols with stolen […]

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