cybersecurity

LinkedIn AutoFill Flaw in Plugin – Third Party Sites Steal your Data

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LinkedIn AutoFill Flaw in Plugin – Third Party Sites Steal your Data

Not just Facebook, a brand New vulnerability discovered in Linkedin’s favorite AutoFill performance discovered leaking its user’s very sensitive info to 3rd party websites without the user knowing about it. LinkedIn provides an AutoFill plug-in for quite a very long time that other websites may use to allow LinkedIn users rapidly fill in profile information, […]

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Text Editor Security Risks

Text Editor Security Risks

Text Editor Plugins Can Leave Users Susceptible to Getting Hacked Whether you are a writer, developer, or designer, a good text editor will always help you save time and work more efficiently. For example, I often utilize Sublime whilst programming because it contains useful tools, such as syntax highlighting and autocomplete. These advanced text editors […]

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Microsoft Skype Vulnerability not being patched

Microsoft Skype Vulnerability not being patched

A Microsoft Skype Vulnerability was discovered in popular free internet messaging and voice calling service Skype which may allow attackers to gain complete control of the server system by devoting system level privileges to a local, unprivileged user. The worst part is that this vulnerability will not be patched by Microsoft anytime soon. It is […]

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Malware creates problems at PyeongChang 2018 Olympics

Malware creates problems at PyeongChang 2018 Olympics

Destructive malware intent on sabotaging PCs would be to blame for the IT issues reported throughout the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic games opening ceremony. The issues initially reported on Friday by UK newspaper The Guardian, consisted of failing Web and TV systems for on-site journalists reporting and attending the opening ceremony. While initially, Olympic games […]

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