Cyber security solutions provider Bitdefender has released a decryption tool for the DarkSide ransomware, a malware entity that made its appearance in August last year, and one that can attack only Microsoft's Windows operating system.
Terrorists and paedophiles, the two claimed targets of the government's encryption laws, are likely to bury themselves deeper on the dark net and adopt necessary security precautions to keep operating as before, a senior security professional has warned.
Facebook did not mention any bug bounty or any white hat having reported the vulnerabilities that led to last week's exposure of user details, and thus it was reasonable to assume that a third party had walked away with at least 50 million access tokens to as many accounts, a security professional claims.
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