Did Russian Hackers Just Steal Private Messages From 81000 Facebook Accounts?

  1. Did Russian Hackers Just Steal Private Messages From 81000 Facebook Accounts?  Forbes
  2. A Browser Extension Apparently Stole the Private Facebook Messages of at Least 81000 Accounts  Gizmodo
  3. Hackers Publish Private Messages From 81000 Facebook Accounts  Deadline
  4. Private messages from 81000 Facebook accounts advertised for sale by Russian hackers  Telegraph.co.uk
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Hackers Extracted and Published Facebook Private Messages Grabbed Through Bad Browser Plug-Ins

  1. Hackers Extracted and Published Facebook Private Messages Grabbed Through Bad Browser Plug-Ins  Fortune
  2. A Browser Extension Apparently Stole the Private Facebook Messages of at Least 81000 Accounts  Gizmodo
  3. Hack Brief: Someone Posted Private Facebook Messages From 81000 Accounts  WIRED
  4. Private messages from 81000 Facebook accounts advertised for sale by Russian hackers  Telegraph.co.uk
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US charges Chinese spies and their recruited hackers in conspiracy to steal trade secrets

  1. US charges Chinese spies and their recruited hackers in conspiracy to steal trade secrets  Washington Post
  2. The DOJ is accusing Chinese intelligence officers of stealing sensitive information from American aviation companies  Business Insider
  3. US charges Chinese intelligence officers for jet engine data hack  Reuters
  4. US Charges Chinese Agents in Hacking Scheme, More Cases Expected  Wall Street Journal
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Facebook finds 'no evidence' hackers accessed connected apps

  1. Facebook finds ‘no evidence’ hackers accessed connected apps  TechCrunch
  2. Facebook Finds No Evidence Third-Party Apps Were Hit in Hack  PCMag
  3. Facebook says there’s no evidence ‘so far’ that hackers accessed third-party apps  Mashable
  4. Facebook Hack Puts Thousands of Other Sites at Risk  New York Times
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British Airways breach: How did hackers get in?

  1. British Airways breach: How did hackers get in?  BBC News
  2. What We Know So Far About the British Airways Hack That Affected 380000 Customers  Fortune
  3. British Airways app and website hack exposes full card details of 380000 customers  9to5Mac
  4. British Airways hack: How to find out if your data was stolen and steps to stay secure  Telegraph.co.uk
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Initial 'Fortnite' Android installer let hackers install malware

  1. Initial ‘Fortnite’ Android installer let hackers install malware  Engadget
  2. Google disclosed man-in-the-disk attack flaw in Fortnite Android app  CSO Online
  3. Epic Games blasts Google for disclosing Fortnite Android exploit early  TechSpot
  4. The initial release of the Fortnite Installer was vunerable to a – Issue Tracker – Google  Issue Tracker – Google
  5. ‘Fortnite’ developer had sharp words for Google after a scary Android exploit was discovered  Mashable
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Epic Fortnite Android Installer Security Flaw Allowed Hackers To Silently Install Malware

  1. Epic Fortnite Android Installer Security Flaw Allowed Hackers To Silently Install Malware  Hot Hardware
  2. Google reports vulnerability in Fortnite installer for Android, Epic issues patch  Liliputing
  3. Fortnite installer had a serious security flaw that Google just revealed  BetaNews
  4. man in the disk attack – Issue Tracker – Google  Issue Tracker – Google
  5. Fortnite’s Android installer shipped with an Epic security flaw  TechCrunch
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