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Other leaked records include videos, facial and body scans, as well as a range of patients' personal data
A fix is available, so you may want to make sure that you run the plugin’s latest version
The same hackers have also gotten their mitts on social media accounts of other high-profile sporting targets
How to spot and online dating scam – Almost 100 vulnerabilities fixed this Patch Tuesday – Cyber-risks in esports
WhatsApp also emerges as a favorite target for brand impersonation amid a general spike in social media phishing
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On the upside, the Bureau recovered more than US$300 million in funds lost to online scams last year
That’s for apps from third-party marketplaces; another 790,000 policy-breaking apps were stopped from reaching Google Play
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February may be the shortest month of the year, but it brings a bumper crop of patches
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How digital forensics helps bring criminals to justice – Beef up your Facebook privacy – Take a quiz to test your phish-spotting prowess
Google releases a fix for the security hole that, if left unplugged, could allow attackers to run malicious code with no user interaction
The feature is part of expanded parental controls on the Messenger Kids app aimed at children under 13
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A helmet may not be enough to keep you safe(r) while riding an e-scooter
As Facebook turns 16, we look at how to keep your personal information safe from prying eyes
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