Cambridge Analytica Shuts Down Amid Ongoing Facebook Crisis

The troubled data firm, which improperly accessed the data of up to 87 million Facebook users, has ceased...

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BRD Wallet ‘Augustus’ Release Features In-App Cryptocurrency Trading
May03

BRD Wallet ‘Augustus’ Release Features In-App Cryptocurrency Trading

This week the company BRD (formally Bread Wallet) released its anticipated ‘Augustus’ wallet release which provides BRD users with a bunch of new features. Not only will the BRD wallet offer BCH, BTC, and ETH balances, users can now store over 100 unique ERC20 tokens as well. Additionally, the BRD development team has added a secure in-wallet digital trading service for its supported assets. Also read: Markets Update:...

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Sci-Hub ‘Pirate Bay For Science’ Security Certs Revoked by Comodo
May03

Sci-Hub ‘Pirate Bay For Science’ Security Certs Revoked by Comodo

Sci-Hub is often referred to as the “Pirate Bay of Science”. Like its namesake, it offers masses of unlicensed content for free, mostly against the wishes of copyright holders. While The Pirate Bay will index almost anything, Sci-Hub is dedicated to distributing tens of millions of academic papers and articles, something which has turned itself into a target for publishing giants like Elsevier. Sci-Hub and its...

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Epic Settles With Copyright Infringing Fortnight Cheater, PUBG Cheaters Arrested
May03

Epic Settles With Copyright Infringing Fortnight Cheater, PUBG Cheaters Arrested

Last year, Epic Games released Fortnite’s free-to-play “Battle Royale” game mode, generating massive interest among gamers. Unfortunately, not all players stick to the rules. Thousands of people are trying to gain an advantage through cheats, ruining the game for those who play fair. The same is true for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG), which predates Fortnite and shares many of the same characteristics....

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A brief history of bad passwords
May03

A brief history of bad passwords

IT-mandated password policies seem like a good idea—after all, what are the chances that an attacker will guess your exact passcode out of the 782 million potential combinations in an eight-character string with at least one upper-case letter, one lower-case letter, two numerals, and one symbol?  read...

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