Security Alerts & News
by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#1054 You can now browse through 427 million stolen MySpace passwords
An anonymous hacker managed to obtain an enormous number of user credentials in June 2013 from fallen social networking giant MySpace — some 427 million passwords, belonging to approx. 360 million users. In May 2016, a person started selling that database of passwords on the dark web. Now, the entire database is available online for free.
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#1057 Locky variant Zepto debuts with big spam push
#1056 Siemens patches password reconstruction vulnerability in SICAM PAS
#1055 Mozilla releases first nightly build of Servo, its next-generation browser engine
#1054 You can now browse through 427 million stolen MySpace passwords
#1053 The first big Internet of Things security breach is just around the corner
#1052 Brazilians migrate from WhatsApp to Telegram, cybercriminals follow suit
#1051 Massachusetts General Hospital confirms third-party breach
#1050 Netherlands gets first nationwide 'Internet of Things'
#1049 LizardStresser IoT botnet part of 400Gbps DDoS attacks
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