A mobile browser owned by China’s Alibaba Group contained privacy risks that could have exposed users’ personal data, according to a security group. The flaws were found in UC Browser, a third-party app that’s been expanding in popularity across the globe, and has over 100 million daily active users. Last year, Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group acquired UC Browser’s parent company
Charles Tendell is trying to repair a reputation problem for his website, Hacker’s List. The site debuted in November and quickly drew high-profile attention, including a front-page story in the New York Times. It’s an online marketplace where people can list computer-security related jobs for bidding and match them with the right “hacker.” It has been criticized as amateurish since forums where such deals are made are password-protected and generally hard to find for regular Internet users
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Freelance hacking site vows to clean up dodgy listings
Adult Friend Finder, one of the largest online dating sites, may have been breached more than two months ago, and the sensitive files—include names, ages, email addresses, zip codes and more—are apparently still online.
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Leaked database of Adult Friend Finder still online