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                     Cyber Security News and Updates


Year: 20182019 | 2020


 

January 22, 2020 –  250 Million Microsoft Customer Support Records Exposed:

If you have ever contacted Microsoft for support in the past 14 years, your technical query, along with some personally identifiable information might have been compromised. Read Full Story

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January 22, 2020 – Saudi Prince Allegedly Hacked World’s Richest Man Jeff Bezos Using WhatsApp:

The iPhone of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, the world’s richest man, was reportedly hacked in May 2018 after receiving a WhatsApp message from the personal account of Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman. Read Full Story

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January 14, 2020 –  Adobe Releases First Patch Software Updates in 2020:

Adobe today released software updates to patch a total of 9 new security vulnerabilities in two of its widely used applications, Adobe Experience Manager and Adobe Illustrator. Read Full Story

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January 14, 2020 –  Update Windows 10 Immediately to Patch a Flaw Discovered:

After Adobe today releases its first Patch Tuesday updates for 2020, Microsoft has now also published its January security advisories warning billions of users of 49 new vulnerabilities in its various products.. Read Full Story

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January 06, 2019Facebook Sued Hong Kong Firm for Hacking Users and Ad Fraud Scheme:

Following its efforts to take legal action against those misusing its social media platform, Facebook has now filed a new lawsuit against a Hong Kong-based advertising company and two Chinese individuals for allegedly abusing its ad platform to distribute malware and Ad fraud. Read Full Story

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January 02, 2019 –  Landry’s Restaurant Chain Suffers Payment Card Theft Via PoS Malware:

Landry’s, a popular restaurant chain in the United States, has announced a malware attack on its point of sale (POS) systems that allowed cybercriminals to steal customers’ payment card information. Read Full Story