So a big panic hit the Internet a couple of days ago when it was alleged that Google had leaked 5 Million e-mail account passwords – and these had been posted on a Russian Bitcoin forum. I was a little sceptical, as Google tends to be pretty secure on that front and they had made […]
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So last week I read an interesting tale about social engineering on Medium, a story by a chap named Naoki Hiroshima and his Twitter handle, which was @N. Yes just one letter, a pretty rare and it seems valuable handle as he had offers of up to $50,000 for it. In the end though, someone […]
Google started the new year by fixing a serious vulnerability in Gmail. This was quite an interesting case and once again (as everything relating to web apps seems to be nowdays) it was an XSS flaw that allowed malicious attackers to steal your contact list, leading to some pretty bad information leakage. Google has fixed […]
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