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- Feds nix SMS-based 2FA
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Government service providers will be required to phase out the use of SMS-based two-factor authentication (2FA) as the result of new guidelines from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
Customers of the popular mobile network O2 are having their details sold on a dark web marketplace
A new Facebook app from Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign which invites users to "Trump Yourself" could contain privacy implications.
Security company SentinelOne is now offering US$ 1000 (£762) per machine or up to US$ 1 million (£762,000) per company as compensation if a ransomware infection occurs while their product is installed.
Singapore residents have been targeted in a new scam where they receive a phone call purportedly from the delivery service DHL that request personally identifiable information.
Motorola reportedly will not be conducting regular monthly security updates for its new Moto Z, Z Force and G4 mobile phones, and will instead issue security patches in conjunction with scheduled maintenance releases and OS upgrades.
Members will discuss and examine the challenges of balancing privacy and fighting cybercrime.
A researcher earned $10,080 from Twitter's bug bounty program after discovering he could access a supposedly private online registry that led him to the complete source code for Twitter's Vine video-sharing service.
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An attacker gained unauthorized access to a North Carolina State University account containing personally identifiable information.
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department reported that customer data may have been compromised on two separate occasions.
An unauthorized individual gained access to certain Acer Service Corporation ecommerce customer's payment information.
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