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Google’s Chrome Web Store Spammed With Dodgy ‘Pirate’ Movie Links

The Chrome Web Store is Google’s repository for all things Chrome, from apps and extensions to a wide range of themes for the popular browser. Currently, however, the store has some very unwelcome visitors which at first appear to offer pirated movies. But on closer inspection, the whole thing is an elaborate scam designed to generate traffic to a subscription site.

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A bug in T-Mobile site allowed anyone see any customer’s account details

A flaw in T-Mobile’s website allowed anyone to access the personal account details of any customer by providing their mobile number. The bug discovered by the researcher Ryan Stevenson resides in the T-Mobile subdomain promotool.t-mobile.com used by the staff as a customer care portal to access the company’s internal tools. The promotool.t-mobile.com subdomain contained a hidden API that would […]

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Security Affairs newsletter Round 164 – News of the week

A new round of the weekly SecurityAffairs newsletter arrived! The best news of the week with Security Affairs. Let me inform you that my new book, “Digging in the Deep Web” is online Kindle Edition Paper Copy Once again thank you! ·      Experts propose a new variation of the Spectre attack to recover data from […]

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Coca-Cola data breach has affected about 8,000 workers

Coca-Cola discovered a security breach in September when law enforcement officials notified it that a former employee at a Coca-Cola subsidiary was found in possession of an external hard drive containing worker data. Coca-Cola announced a data breach after a former employee was found in possession of worker data on a personal hard drive. In compliance with […]

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How Effective is The UK Pirate Bay Blockade?

UK Internet users are no stranger to website blocking. Many of the world’s largest pirate sites, including The Pirate Bay, are inaccessible due to court orders. But does this mean that piracy has been eradicated as well? A look at the most visited websites in the UK suggests that there is still a long way to go.

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MPAA Revenue Drops 20% as Movie Studios Cut Back

The latest MPAA tax filing shows that the revenue generated by the anti-piracy group has fallen after a few years of modest growth. The decrease is the result of lower membership fees paid by the major Hollywood studios, which resulted in a significant loss. The filing further reveals that the MPAA’s former CEO Chris Doss earned $3.4 million during his final year.

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