Netflix phishing campaign goes for login, credit card, mugshot and ID
Day: January 15, 2018
If you’re a member of the US “intelligence community” Thursday was a great day for homeland security. Less so if you’re a privacy advocate.
It’s easy to do – you quickly type a URL you use every day and, in your haste, you accidentally swap, add, or delete a single letter and hit enter. Next thing you know you’re on a typosquatting website.
A big motivation for pulling software apart to find security flaws is the idealistic hope that developers will get the message and do a better job next time. But what happens if they don’t?
The data showed the suspect twice “climbed stairs”: what investigators said was altitude changes as the body was dragged down to a riverbank.
Mark Zuckerberg says the refresh will bring users more “meaningful social interactions” and less content from media and businesses.