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Thousands of photos and videos belonging to Snapchat users may have been stolen and may soon be leaked online, and the company is apparently blaming the breach on unauthorized third party apps.
The FTC handed down its ruling on Trendnet, the company that produced cameras with a serious glitch, ordering it to alert customers of the potential security threats pertaining to its flawed software.
After a change to CloudFare’s routers was rolled out early Sunday morning, these routers crashed, causing an outage of nearly an hour for the 785,000 websites they serve.
The group of “Hacktivists” known as Anonymous is taking credit for a series of attacks, leaving the websites for the Swedish government and their central bank down on Friday.
Zeddie, Internet’s currently famous ‘meme,’ has now reached Chatwing website chat. This ridiculously photogenic guy brightens up the Chatwing chatroom.
People looking for humor can now take advantage of Iddin web chat. The Iddin application provides a unique chatting experience in real-time.
SEATTLE, Jan. 25, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- WatchGuard Technologies Highlights / News Facts: According to WatchGuard security researchers, the fastest growing threat to corporate networks is web-based social media applications.
As rumors surfaced Thursday night that Facebook and Twitter could be the next targets of the Wikileaks-motivated team of hackers, officials from the US government vowed to investigate the attacks that had already briefly shut down MasterCard, Visa and PayPal affiliated websites.
After shutting down the websites of credit card giants Visa and Mastercard for parts of Wednesday, a group of hackers claiming to support Wikileaks vowed to continue the cyber attacks against companies who have broken ties with the website and founder Julian Assange.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was jailed on Tuesday, prompting the website to publish a new set of documents as advocates of Assange's work claimed responsibility for a series of cyberattacks against former WikiLeaks partner MasterCard.
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