CloudPets’ data breach underlines need for secure cloud apps

A breach of personal data linked 820,000 accounts of users of an internet-connected teddy bear underlines the need for cloud apps to be secure by design, say security commentators.

A breach of personal data linked 820,000 accounts of users of an internet-connected teddy bear underlines the need for cloud apps to be secure by design, say security commentators.

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Insecure CloudPets Database Exposed Credentials, Private Data

A public-facing, insecure CloudPets MongoDB database was found to have leaked the login credentials of over 800,000 users, researchers warn.

CloudPets is a company that sells internet-connected teddy bears, allowing children and parents to exchange audio messages over the web.

A public-facing, insecure CloudPets MongoDB database was found to have leaked the login credentials of over 800,000 users, researchers warn.

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DevOps done right: Why work-life balance matters to digital transformation success

As enterprises in every industry grapple with digital transformation, and fixate on meeting user demands for always-on services, IT departments find themselves under growing pressure to perform and deliver.

As enterprises in every industry grapple with digital transformation, and fixate on meeting user demands for always-on services, IT departments find themselves under growing pressure to perform and deliver.

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Adwind RAT Campaign Hits Organizations Worldwide: Kaspersky

A recently observed massive campaign using the Adwind Remote Access Tool (RAT) has hit over 1,500 organizations in over 100 countries and territories, a recent report from Kaspersky Lab warns.

A recently observed massive campaign using the Adwind Remote Access Tool (RAT) has hit over 1,500 organizations in over 100 countries and territories, a recent report from Kaspersky Lab warns.

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Multiple Groups Cooperated in Shamoon Attacks: Symantec

The recent attacks involving the notorious disk-wiping malware Shamoon, aka Disttrack, may have been carried out by multiple groups working together under the command of a single entity, Symantec said on Monday.

The recent attacks involving the notorious disk-wiping malware Shamoon, aka Disttrack, may have been carried out by multiple groups working together under the command of a single entity, Symantec said on Monday.

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Google Hands Over Email Encryption App to Community

Google announced last week that it has decided to hand over its E2EMail email encryption app to the community.

The tech giant first announced its End-to-End email encryption project in June 2014 and released its source code a few months later.

Google announced last week that it has decided to hand over its E2EMail email encryption app to the community.

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Nimble offers Nimble Cloud Volumes all-flash cloud storage

Nimble Storage has announced the availability of Nimble Cloud Volumes, a Nimble-run cloud storage service that allows customers to provision cloud-based capacity to compute instances in the Amazon or Microsoft clouds or for their on-premise compute.

Nimble Storage has announced the availability of Nimble Cloud Volumes, a Nimble-run cloud storage service that allows customers to provision cloud-based capacity to compute instances in the Amazon or Microsoft clouds or for their on-premise compute.

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You Can Buy Lifetime Internet Access For Just $5 On The Dark Web

Can you imagine an Internet provider offering you lifetime access for just $5? Not a month, mind you. Just a one-time payment of $5 and nothing more, ever. Of course you can’t, because no ISP is ever going to do that.

Can you imagine an Internet provider offering you lifetime access for just $5? Not a month, mind you. Just a one-time payment of $5 and nothing more, ever. Of course you can’t, because no ISP is ever going to do that. On the Dark Web, however, you can find someone who will gladly get you connected.

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Apache Subversion System Affected by SHA-1 Collision

The successful SHA-1 collision attack announced last week by Google and CWI appears to have a serious impact on repositories that use the Apache Subversion (SVN) software versioning and revision control system.

The successful SHA-1 collision attack announced last week by Google and CWI appears to have a serious impact on repositories that use the Apache Subversion (SVN) software versioning and revision control system.

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This Simple Tweak Is One Of The Best Ways To Protect Your Windows Computer

A lot of Windows users take an additive approach when it comes to security. Think you need to increase your protection? Install another piece of software. There are some great apps out there, like RansomFree, but you can actually make your Windows PC a lot more secure simply by changing one little setting.

A lot of Windows users take an additive approach when it comes to security. Think you need to increase your protection? Install another piece of software. There are some great apps out there, like RansomFree, but you can actually make your Windows PC a lot more secure simply by changing one little setting.

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