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What you need to know – Anonymous strikes the European Space Agency

Members of “Anonymous” have breached a number of sub-domains of the European Space Agency website and leaked personal and login credentials of thousands of subscribers and officials. The leaked data includes full names, email addresses, office addresses, institution names, phone numbers, fax numbers and in many of the cases, clear-text passwords have also been exposed. Overall, more

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You’ve Got a Breach: AOL Investigating After Spoofing Incident

If you just couldn’t get enough of changing your passwords after the Heartbleed fiasco and still keep an active AOL account, you’re in luck. The company announced on Monday that it is further investigating a security incident after a “significant” number of user accounts were found to have been compromised, with AOL estimating around 2%

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Gaping Security Flaw in WhatsApp on Android Let Other Apps Steal Your Messages

If you’re using WhatsApp on an Android – even after yesterday’s update – your chats are prone to being downloaded by others, a security consultant has discovered.  Bas Bosschert, CTO and consultant at Double Think, along with his brother, discovered this exploit after wondering if it would be possible to upload and read someone’s WhatsApp

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On Tracking the Creator of Bitcoin, a Breach at Sally Beauty and Facebook Clickjacking: Security News Update

It was a crazy week, with the secretive Bitcoin creator supposedly outed, details of 280,000+ payment cards tied to Sally Beauty purchases discovered for sale online and a new Facebook clickjacking campaign that preys on the curious, so let’s get down to it shall we? Here are your weeks biggest security stories: 

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