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A Romanian university teaching assistant Radu Dragusin has discovered a publicly accessible FTP server that stored around 100,000 usernames and passwords in plain text. The passwords where found in logs stored in the FTP server. There where around 100GBs of logs which contained 376 million HTTP requests. Out of these, 411,308 entries contained passwords.

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Find out if your account information was compromised and leaked online in the latest LulzSec hacks. See if your account informaiton was leaked by Lulzsec.

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EA’s BioWare division was hacked, with personal information of users being taken, including names, phone numbers, and addresses.

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Google Chrome 8 Password Sync

Google Chrome gets Password Sync in dev channel. Google Chrome 8 can now encrypt and sync passwords to the cloud.

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Google, which started to collect data to improve it’s location service also collected private user data and tried to cover it up by making up stuff like “it was collecting only fragments of data”

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