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postheadericon Firefox to warn users when visiting breached websites

The extension currently includes an input field that users can use to subscribe an email address in order to receive an alert when they may be affected by a future breach.

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postheadericon All websites running WordPress urged to update NOW

Millions of websites running WordPress are being strongly urged to update to the latest version of the popular content management system as soon as possible, after a serious security vulnerability was uncovered.

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postheadericon Spammed-out emails threaten websites with DDoS attack on September 30th

Websites are being told that they have until September 30th to pay extortionists $ 720 worth of Bitcoin, or else suffer a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack.

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postheadericon Egypt Blocks VPN Providers, Multiple News Websites

Egypt blocks VPN providers and major news websites. Concerned about cybersecurity in the Middle East? FlashRouters is here to help.

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postheadericon Google to draw attention to insecure HTTP websites

Google is looking to deliver even greater transparency when it comes to online security by identifying publicly – or “marking”, as it puts it – websites that are not as secure as they should be.

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postheadericon Hours before Euro 2016, fake websites are still offering overpriced tickets

Online scammers are trying to take advantage of fans desperately scouring the web for the last few tickets to Euro 2016 via newly created fake websites.

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postheadericon One-third of HTTPS websites left vulnerable to DROWN attack

A new vulnerability could leave as many as one-third of HTTPS websites open to decryption.

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postheadericon Logjam attack leaves tens of thousands of HTTPS websites vulnerable

Tens of thousands of HTTPS websites, mail servers and other internet services could be left vulnerable by a flaw that would allow criminals to snoop and modify encrypted data.

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