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5.4.19

540 million records on Facebook users exposed by third-party apps The databases, sitting unprotected on cloud servers, contained reams of information amassed by two apps integrated with the social network Social blog

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25.3.19

Facebook exposed millions of user passwords to employees

The social network says that the passwords were never exposed externally and that it found no abuse of the glitch

Social blog

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25.3.19

Facebook suffer most severe outage ever

Facebook owned Instagram and WhatsApp also affected by unexplained interruption

Social blog

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17.2.19 Why you should choose a pseudonym at Starbucks Innocently providing your name at your local coffee shop is just an example of how easy it can be for miscreants to cut through the ‘privacy’ of social media accounts Social blog

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21.1.19 Twitter bug may have exposed private tweets of Android users for yearsIf you use Twitter for Android and want your tweets to be private, you may want to play safe and review your settingsSocial blog Eset
20.12.18 Flaw in Twitter form may have been abused by nation statesTwitter announced in a blog post Monday that they discovered and addressed a security flaw in one of their support forms. The discovery was made on November 15—more than a month ago—and promptly fixed the next day. So why are we only hearing about it now?Social blog Malwarebytes
12.12.18 Google+ to shut earlier as new bug exposed data of 52.5 million usersESET researchers discovered a new Android Trojan using a novel Accessibility-abusing technique that targets the official PayPal app, and is capable of bypassing PayPal’s two-factor authentication Social blog Eset
11.12.18 in(Secure) messaging apps — How side-channel attacks can compromise privacy in WhatsApp, Telegram, and SignalMessaging applications have been around since the inception of the internet. But recently, due to the increased awareness around mass surveillance in some countries, more users are installing end-to-end encrypted apps dubbed "secure instant messaging applications." These apps claim to encrypt users' messages and keep their content secure from any third parties. Social blog Cisco Talos