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  1. APT group Ocean Lotus has been active with new memory corruption vulnerability. Google fined 1.7 billion US$ by the EU. Plus, pick your Android security app wisely, test shows

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  2. The social network says that the passwords were never exposed externally and that it found no abuse of the glitch

    The post Facebook exposed millions of user passwords to employees appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  3. Our penchant for plugging in random memory sticks isn’t the only trouble with our USB hygiene, a study shows

    The post Most second-hand thumb drives contain data from past owners appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  4. More advice for detecting and avoiding sextortion scams

    The post I Still Didn’t See What You Did appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  5. The third penalty that Europe has levied on the tech giant in less than two years brings the total to €8.25 billion

    The post Google hit with €1.49 billion antitrust fine by EU appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  6. ESET researchers detail the latest tricks and techniques OceanLotus uses to deliver its backdoor while staying under the radar

    The post Fake or Fake: Keeping up with OceanLotus decoys appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  7. It’s prudent to get a security solution for your device, but a test by AV-Comparatives shows why you need to choose judiciously

    The post You should pick your Android security app wisely, test shows appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  8. Cyberblackmail/sextortion again raises its not-so-pretty little head

    The post I didn’t see what you did, redux appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  9. Asian game developers again targeted in supply-chain attacks distributing malware. Facebook suffer most severe outage ever. Plus, over 2 billion records exposed by email marketing firm

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  10. Facebook owned Instagram and WhatsApp also affected by unexplained interruption

    The post Facebook suffer most severe outage ever appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

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