Security Alerts & News
by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#918 uTorrent forums hacked, passwords compromised
The uTorrent community forums have been hacked, exposing the private details of hundreds of thousands of users. The hackers were able to get their hands on the user database, and a warning issued by the software maker says that passwords should be considered compromised.

With well over 150 million active users a month uTorrent is by far the most used BitTorrent client around.

In addition, the software also has a dedicated community forums with tens of thousands of visitors per day, and over 388,000 registered members.
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#927 Google patches high severity browser PDF vulnerability
#926 More corporate shared folders in cloud filled with malware, research finds
#925 CryptXXX ransomware jumps from Angler to Neutrino exploit kit
#924 A hacker claims to be selling millions of Twitter accounts
#923 Watch the full episode: 'State of Surveillance' with Edward Snowden and Shane Smith (VIDEO)
#922 Vawtrak banking malware – know your enemy
#921 Slicing into a Point-of-Sale botnet
#920 Hackers could have changed Facebook Messenger chat logs
#919 University pays almost $16,000 to recover crucial data held hostage
#918 uTorrent forums hacked, passwords compromised
#917 Windows BITS ‘notification’ feature used to deliver malware
#916 Belgium tops list of nations most vulnerable to hacking
#915 Bitdefender finds eavesdropping vulnerability in public cloud
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