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Could the biggest malware culprit be a tiny island territory with the smallest economy of any country in the world? A new, free tool is promising to warn of the most dangerous neighborhoods in the World Wide Web, and areportbased on its findings...Read more
Security researcher Klikki Oy has received a $10,000 bug bounty for discovering a security flaw in Yahoo Mail. The XSS vulnerability discovered could have allowed a potential attacker to forward the contents of the victim’s inbox to an external...Read more
Mohamed M. Fouad, a security researcher from Egypt,revealedseveral critical vulnerabilities in the Starbucks website this past week. As millions of Starbucks customers have accounts stored on the website and some include their credit card...Read more
Google hasannouncedthat it plansto discontinue support for its Chrome web browser for users of Windows XP and Vista. Starting in April 2016, Google will no longer provide software updates and security patches for Chrome to XP and Vista users, though...Read more
We use our internet browser every day to check emails, log in to our social media accounts, manage our online banking and even do some e-shopping. Your browser tends to hold onto various information and files to ensure maximum optimization and...Read more
At least one ATT WiFi hotspot is tampering with internet traffic and injecting ads into web browsers. Computer scientist and lawyerJonathan Mayerwas using the free WiFi at Dulles Airport in Virginia when he noticed that websites which he visited...Read more