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Millions Of Apple, Android Users Vulnerable To ‘FREAK Attack’ In Browsers

Millions of people may have been left vulnerable to hackers while surfing the web on Apple and Google devices, thanks to a newly discovered security flaw known as “FREAK attack.”

03/03/2015

Screen shots of Secret iOS app. (Apple/Secret)

Anonymous Posters On Secret Social Media App Unmasked By Hackers Exploiting Flaw In Software

Users of the popular anonymous social media app Secret have been offering random confessions to their friends with the understanding that they won’t know who it is, a premise that was shattered by hackers who demonstrated that Secret is not secret.

08/22/2014

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TweetDeck Security Flaw Allows Coded Tweet To Hijack Twitter Accounts

User accounts of Twitter platform Tweetdeck were hacked Wednesday morning by an unidentified third party source which allowed it to post comments remotely.

06/11/2014

Apple Introduces New Two New iPhone Models At Product Launch

Larry Magid: Security Flaw In Apple’s New iOS 7

Apple’s iOS 7 has only been out for a couple days, but after the much anticipated release, someone has already found a flaw that can let someone access your phone, even if it’s locked.

09/20/2013

Facebook

Facebook Security Flaw Allowed Access To User Accounts

Security firm Symantec said it has discovered a security flaw in Facebook that inadvertently gives advertisers and other outside parties access to people’s accounts.

CBS San Francisco–05/11/2011