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Morrisons supermarket data breach

Just hours ago, it was made public that Morrisons, a super market, is being held liable for the breach of information involving their workers. Workers of Morrisons recently made a claim against the company after another employee named Andrew Skelton, stole data from the company that includes working salary, bank details, names and addresses of

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Reddit user discloses some major issues with Mac OS root login

Recently, a user on Reddit gave information on a huge Mac OS High Sierra vulnerability. Access to “root” permissions is as easy as an empty password, potentially leaving users extremely vulnerable. If someone has physical access to a Mac OS High Sierra system, they can access personal files and change anything without any admin credentials.

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Imgur suffers a data breach, millions of accounts compromised

Recently reported, Imgur,  the image-sharing website has been victim to a data breach. Millions of accounts are suspected to have been compromised. A security researcher recently discovered back in 2014 Imgur had suffered a massive data breach, putting millions of accounts in a state of vulnerability. The affected information consisted of emails and passwords for

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Data breach at the Department of Social Services

This just in, the department of Social Services credit card system has been breached, as of yesterday. This isn’t something to be thankful for that’s for sure. 8,500 people have received warnings that their personal data held by a contractor has been breached. Past and current employees alike are vulnerable. The breach included employee names,

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Uber made a Uber mistake

Recently disclosed by Uber was a mishap that affects millions of customers and drivers, but it was swept under the rug, potentially putting millions at a higher risk. Apparently late 2016, Uber had been hacked, and millions of customers and drivers’ sensitive information had become known to the malicious online hackers. Instead of disclosing this

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One Plus, potential for additional disasters

Recently, OnePlus, the phone brand, has been under scrutiny due to a newly discovered security flaw with one of their apps. Their app, also known as OnePlus, leaves the consumer open to attacks because the application was revealed to carry root access for the device. So what does this mean? It means that your device

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IBM is diving into quantum computing

Since last year, IBM has been offering quantum computing as a cloud service. The first version released was a 5 qubit version, however today the company announced a 20 qubit version. In just 18 months IBM achieved such a large leap, this may spell a unique direction for the future of technology. IBM’s next prototype

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USB with breach measurements found in Heathrow

Recently, a USB was found discarded on the streets of London. Well that’s fine right? Nothing is abnormal about some misplaced USB’s…until this one. The USB that was found contained very high detailed information involving the Queen’s route when using the airport and the security measures taken, as well as timetables of patrols used to

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