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NordVPN has announced the release of three of its products under an open source license. This includes the entire NordVPN Linux application, the Libtelio networking library (which is used across all NordVPN apps), and the Libdrop library, which is critical to NordVPN’s Meshnet file-sharing service.

Zane Kennedy Published on 20th March 2023

DISH customers continue to face issues as the American TV and satellite broadcast provider reels from the cyberattack that wreaked havoc over two weeks ago. Customers still encounter problems accessing their DISH accounts and services, and are still in the dark as to whether their personal data was

Husain Parvez Published on 17th March 2023

Independent Living Systems (ILS), a Florida-based company that offers third-party healthcare administration and managed care solutions, has disclosed a data breach that exposed the personal information of over 4.2 million individuals. The number of patients affected makes it the most significant

Keira Waddell Published on 17th March 2023

The UK government is contemplating a ban on the popular short-video sharing app TikTok for official devices, following concerns about the app's potential privacy risks. Tom Tugendhat MP, chairman of the Foreign Affairs Select Committee, called on the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) to

Husain Parvez Published on 17th March 2023

Cerebral has admitted to sharing sensitive information of over 3.1 million patients with Google, Meta, TikTok, and other third-party platforms. The disclosure from the telehealth startup was made in a notice posted on the company's website, revealing that "On January 3, 2023, Cerebral determined

Zane Kennedy Published on 16th March 2023

AT&T has informed nearly 9 million customers that their information was compromised after a marketing vendor was hacked in January. The company has issued a breach notification that reveals that Customer Proprietary Network Information (CPNI) was exposed. The data breach notification did not

Keira Waddell Published on 15th March 2023

On Monday, Twitter’s Tor service, which allowed users to access the platform even in countries where it was banned, went down. Twitter's onion site now displays a notification about its expired certification. If you attempt to proceed beyond that point (which is not advised), you’ll be directed to

Keira Waddell Published on 10th March 2023

Hackers have acquired the sensitive personal information of a number of Members of the US House, along with their employees and family members. The stolen data appears to already have been sold on the dark web, as reported by CBS News. The data was obtained via a significant data breach at

Husain Parvez Published on 10th March 2023

Online payment processor PayPal is facing a proposed class action lawsuit for a data breach that exposed the personal information of nearly 35,000 users in December 2022. The lawsuit, filed on March 2, 2023, accuses PayPal of negligence for failing to protect its users' personal data. The

Zane Kennedy Published on 9th March 2023
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