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  1. Online learning platform Thinkful just got a lesson in online dangers. The company reported a data breach that affected all of its 40 million users.

    The post Thinkful educational website experiences data breach appeared first on TechGenix.

  2. A hacking group dubbed Tortoiseshell is using a fake website to attack U.S. veterans. Their motives are unclear — which makes this even more worrisome.

    The post Tortoiseshell hacking group targets U.S. vets with fake hiring website appeared first on TechGenix.

  3. The future is here: IBM is expanding the world’s largest fleet of quantum computing systems for commercial and research activity.

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  4. Nobody likes stale donuts, but Dunkin’ Donuts apparently thought it could wait three years to report a data breach. New York says this is a half-baked idea.

    The post Dunkin’ Donuts sued by New York State over 2015 data breach appeared first on TechGenix.

  5. Have employees using corporate-owned Android devices? Intune support for Android Enterprise fully managed devices is generally available.

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  6. Click2Gov is a service that makes it easier for people to pay utility bills and parking tickets. It’s also made it too easy for hackers.

    The post Click2Gov users victimized by new cybersecurity breach appeared first on TechGenix.

  7. A massive data breach has exposed about 4.9 million DoorDash user accounts, affecting customers and employees of the food-delivery service.

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  8. If you are a Forcepoint VPN customer, there’s a privilege escalation vulnerability you should know about. Fortunately, there is also a patch.

    The post Forcepoint VPN patches privilege escalation vulnerability appeared first on TechGenix.

  9. Google Play Store removed two fake ad blockers used by millions worldwide, the latest example of malicious apps found on the official Android app store.

    The post Google Play Store removes fake ad blockers downloaded by millions appeared first on TechGenix.

  10. Simjacker opens up 1 billion users to spying from governments, and researchers believe it is already being leveraged by several nations.

    The post Simjacker spying vulnerability could affect 1B phones appeared first on TechGenix.

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