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Facebook hack exposes 50 million accounts

TicToc by Bloomberg on Twitter: "Within hours of Facebook's announcement that nearly 50 million accounts were compromised by hackers, a class-action suit against the social media giant was filed by users in California… https://t.co/mGFJ48UQ0C"

TicToc by Bloomberg on Twitter: “Within hours of Facebook’s announcement that nearly 50 million accounts were compromised by hackers, a class-action suit against the social media giant was filed by users in California… https://t.co/mGFJ48UQ0C”https://twitter.com/tictoc/status/1045945097223905281“Within hours of Facebook’s announcement that nearly 50 million accounts were compromised by hackers, a class-action suit against the social media giant was filed by users in California https://t.co/BST7uaLYwG”

OpenIPC…Making the WyzeCam More Useful?

OpenIPC…Making the WyzeCam More Useful? – IoT Rant

OpenIPC…Making the WyzeCam More Useful? – IoT Ranthttps://iotrant.com/2018/02/13/openipc-making-the-wyzecam-more-useful/I have been using a WyzeCam for a while (well actually a couple WyzeCams) and have been very happy with the video quality and the app functionality. You can read my full review here but one of my complaints was third party integrations as currently there are none.

BEWARE: Wendy’s Hack = BDO Phishing Emails

The April 23 hack of fast food chain Wendy’s Philippines exposing over 80,000 records is now being used by the hackers to send phishing emails purportedly from BDO asking to verify your account.

Obviously, DO NOT click on the button as it DOES NOT direct you to bdo.com.ph, but to dsi.mtsu.edu which is perhaps another compromised site housing a fake BDO page asking for your credentials. (See below)

Always check that the URL indicates the address of the site you want. Although modern web browsers conduct a check and warn you of potential deception, be vigilant nonetheless.

 

 

 

This is how the fake BDO site on dsi.mtsu.edu looks like – pretty damn good! I’m showing you so you won’t have to find out for yourself:

I have already sent an email to this educational institution informing them that their servers are being used for nefarious purposes. You’re welcome, BDO! </donvy>

Answers to All Your Family’s Annoying Tech Questions

Answers to All Your Family’s Annoying Tech Questions - WSJ

Answers to All Your Family’s Annoying Tech Questions – WSJhttps://www.wsj.com/articles/broken-printer-bad-wi-fi-bitcoin-how-to-answer-all-your-familys-tech-questions-1513792067To make sure your relatives get the best advice on complicated tech topics, here is a cheat sheet for explaining everything from the iPhone X to the Equifax hack.

The Equifax hack and how to protect your family — all explained in 5 minutes

The Equifax hack and how to protect your family — all explained in 5 minutes

The Equifax hack and how to protect your family — all explained in 5 minuteshttps://medium.freecodecamp.org/the-equifax-hack-and-how-to-protect-your-family-all-explained-in-5-minutes-a2b5187cb6c0In 1989, the US government decided to concentrate our most sensitive data in the hands of three giant finance corporations: Experian, TransUnion, and Equifax. These three corporations now store our biographic information, every address we’ve ever lived at, and every major financial transaction we’ve ever made — all so they can assign us a FICO credit score.

Everything we know about Russia’s Election-hacking Playbook

https://www.wired.com/story/russia-election-hacking-playbook?mbid=nl_6917_p2&CNDID=49046367Even now, nearly a year after news first broke that Russian hackers had breached the Democratic National Committee and published its internal files, a leaked NSA document pointing to Russian attempts to hack a voting-tech firm has again redefined the scope of the threat.