Facebook exposed up to 6.8 million users’ private photos to developers in latest data leak

Facebook exposed private photos from up to 6.8 million users to apps that weren’t supposed to see them, the company said today. These apps were authorized to see a limited set of users’ photos, but a bug allowed them to see pictures they weren’t granted access to. These included photos from people’s stories as well as… Read More

Windows 10 can carry on slurping even when you’re sure you yelled STOP

All your activity are belong to us Source: The Register | Richard Speed 13 Dec 2018 at 11:35 Updated A feature introduced in the April 2018 Update of Windows 10 may have set off a privacy landmine within the bowels of Redmond as users have discovered that their data was still flowing into the intestines of the Windows giant, even with the… Read More

Blunder at a Japanese Cryptocurrency exchange let investors briefly buy bitcoins for free

Blunder at a Japanese Cryptocurrency exchange let investors briefly buy bitcoins for free. – Says BusinessInsider A blunder at a Japanese cryptocurrency exchange let investors briefly buy bitcoins for free – though none were able to profit from the mistake. Zaif, a government-registered exchange run by Osaka-based Tech Bureau Corp, said on Tuesday that a… Read More