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23 fév, 2017 - Blog

EMAIL SERVER OUTAGE

Due to a power failure in our building, our Email servers was down for 9 hours on Thursday, Dec 16, between 03.00AM - 12.00PM (Central European Time). If you have tried to contact support by email or via theContact Support Formduring this time,...

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23 fév, 2017 - Blog

DIGITAL TEDDY BEAR EXPOSED PERSONAL INFO

Researchers at Rapid7discoveredseveral vulnerabilities in the Fisher Price Smart Toy line of teddy bears. The vulnerabilities could have allowed an unauthorized person to gain access to personal information about a child, including their name, date...

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23 fév, 2017 - Blog

DANGEROUS DOMAINS

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...

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23 fév, 2017 - Blog

CRITICAL BUG IN YAHOO MAIL NETS HACKER $10K

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...

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23 fév, 2017 - Blog

CREAM, SUGAR, AND SECURITY BUGS: ANOTHER STARBUCKS VULNERABILITY

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...

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23 fév, 2017 - Blog

CHROME DISCONTINUES SUPPORT FOR WINDOWS XP: WHO STILL USES XP?

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...

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