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Mageia 2019-0043: libssh security update

LinuxSecurity.com: libssh versions 0.6 and above have an authentication bypass vulnerability in the server code. By presenting the server an SSH2_MSG_USERAUTH_SUCCESS message in place of the SSH2_MSG_USERAUTH_REQUEST message which the server would exp… Continue Reading — Mageia 2019-0043: libssh security update

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GDPR Suit Filed Against Amazon, Apple

LinuxSecurity.com: An Austrian non-profit organization, noyb, has filed suit under GDPR against eight firms for non-compliance with the privacy regulation. The suit named Apple, Amazon, Netflix, Spotify, Youtube, and three others for violating the term… Continue Reading — GDPR Suit Filed Against Amazon, Apple

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How 2018 became Facebook’s worst year in privacy and security

LinuxSecurity.com: In early December, Facebook’s developer team declared the discovery of a security bug that gave developers access to photos users hadn’t shared on their timeline, including photos they had posted in Facebook Marketplace or Stories. Continue Reading — How 2018 became Facebook’s worst year...

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How 2018 became Facebook’s worst year in privacy and security

LinuxSecurity.com: In early December, Facebook’s developer team declared the discovery of a security bug that gave developers access to photos users hadn’t shared on their timeline, including photos they had posted in Facebook Marketplace or Stories. Continue Reading — How 2018 became Facebook’s worst year...

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How 2018 became Facebook’s worst year in privacy and security

LinuxSecurity.com: In early December, Facebook’s developer team declared the discovery of a security bug that gave developers access to photos users hadn’t shared on their timeline, including photos they had posted in Facebook Marketplace or Stories. Continue Reading — How 2018 became Facebook’s worst year...

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