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Quora reveals nearly 100 million users were affected in a recent data breach
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Quora reveals nearly 100 million users were affected in a recent data breach

Quora users who may have been affected have also been logged out and passwords of these users are being invalidated.

Zomato data theft: Company to reach out to 6.6 mn users for security update
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Zomato data theft: Company to reach out to 6.6 mn users for security update

17 million user records have been stolen from Zomato's database

Nearly 10 million Android devices have Potentially Harmful Apps says Annual Android security report
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Nearly 10 million Android devices have Potentially Harmful Apps says Annual Android security report

About 0.71 percent of all Android devices had PHAs installed at the end of 2016, which was 0.5 percent in the beginning of 2015.

Apple updates its software with patches for critical security vulnerabilities; update now
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Apple updates its software with patches for critical security vulnerabilities; update now

You’d better make sure that all your Apple devices are updated if you want to stay completely safe and secure.

Microsoft is turning Internet Explorer into adware, sneaks ad-generator into IE
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Microsoft is turning Internet Explorer into adware, sneaks ad-generator into IE

Microsoft has apparently bundled a Windows 10 ad-generator as part of a security update for Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1

LinkedIn Alert: Phishing scam uses security update to steal users’ credentials
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LinkedIn Alert: Phishing scam uses security update to steal users’ credentials

The attachment is a copy of the real LinkedIn.com website. However, the website’s source has been modified, so if the recipient uses this web page to sign in to their LinkedIn account, their credentials will be sent directly to the attacker.

Apple pushes first ever automated security update to Mac users
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Apple pushes first ever automated security update to Mac users

Apple has pushed out its first-ever automated security update to Macintosh computers to help defend against newly identified bugs that security researchers have warned could enable hackers to gain remote control of machines.