By ZDNet Staff
| March 31, 2009 -- 00:55 GMT (17:55 PDT)
| Topic: Security
Digital Health and Wellness
How technology can save the NHS
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The scariest tech of 2017, period, end of sentence
Thousands of Jenkins servers will let anonymous users become admins
Two vulnerabilities discovered and patched over the summer expose Jenkins servers to mass exploitation.
'Bomb threat' scammers are now threatening to throw acid on victims
Bomb threat extortion campaign yielded less than $1 for the spammers.
Seven from ten Americans worried about holiday shopping identity theft
Almost all US shoppers plan to shop during the holiday season but many are worried about their data being compromised according to a new survey
SQLite bug impacts thousands of apps, including all Chromium-based browsers
New 'Magellan' vulnerability will haunt the app ecosystem for years to come.
Brazilian IT firm Tivit suffers data leak
Phishing attack caused exposure of data from 19 clients such as ERP firm SAP and insurance company Zurich.
Bing recommends piracy tutorial when searching for Office 2019
Oh, Bing! Not again!
Facebook bug exposed private photos of 6.8 million users
Up to 1,500 apps built by 876 developers could have had accessed the private photos of 6.8 million users.
Signal: We can't include a backdoor in our app for the Australian government
The Signal app's design and open source code policy makes this impossible.
Fancy Bear exploits Brexit to target government groups with Zebrocy Trojan
A number of former USSR nation states are also on the target list.