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  1. Verizon, the major telecommunications provider, has suffered a data security breach with over 14 million US customers' personal details exposed on the Internet after NICE Systems, a third-party vendor, mistakenly left the sensitive users’ details open on a server. Chris Vickery, researcher and director of cyber risk research at security firm UpGuard, discovered the exposed data on an unprotected Amazon S3 cloud server that was fully downloadable and configured to allow public access. The exposed data includes sensitive information of millions of customers, including their names,
  2. Pack contine mailuri din: - Australia - Bellsouth.net - Bigpond.com - Games - Gmail - Italy - Latvia - Luxembourg - Malaysia - Marketing - Mexico - Music - Netherland - New Zealand - Norway - Pakistan - Paraguay - Peru - Poland - Portugal - Retele sociale - Rusia - Singapore - Spain - Sport - SUA - Sweden - Switerland - Taiwan - Tanzania - Telstra.com.au - Tonga - Turkey - UK - United Arab Emirates - Venezuela - Verizon - Vietnam Download: https://www.sendspace.com/file/dtbvbp PS: Cine vrea site-ul de unde sunt luate sa ma contacteze, nu las numele site-ului ca se considera reclama
  3. Microsoft files lawsuit against Verizon IP seeks damages for hundreds of suspicious Windows 7 activations from a Verizon IP address Verizon has incurred the wrath of Microsoft for allegedly activating hundreds of copies of Windows 7 illegally. In a lawsuit filed at a Washington court, the Seattle-based company has asked the court to let it serve a subpoena on Verizon to force the Internet provider to identify those behind a two-year scheme that supposedly logged hundreds of suspicious product activations from a Verizon IP address and is now seeking damages. In its 29 year history, Microsoft’s
  4. A critical vulnerability discovered in Verizon's FiOS mobile application allowed an attacker to access the email account of any Verizon customer with relative ease, leaving almost five million user accounts of Verizon's FiOS application at risk. The FiOS API flaw was discovered by XDA senior software developer Randy Westergren on January 14, 2015, when he found that it was possible to not only read the contents of other users' inboxes, but also send message on their behalf. The issue was discovered while analyzing traffic generated by the Android version of My FiOS, which is used for account m
  5. A critical vulnerability discovered in Verizon's FiOS mobile application allowed an attacker to access the email account of any Verizon customer with relative ease, leaving almost five million user accounts of Verizon's FiOS application at risk. The FiOS API flaw was discovered by XDA senior software developer Randy Westergren on January 14, 2015, when he found that it was possible to not only read the contents of other users' inboxes, but also send message on their behalf. The issue was discovered while analyzing traffic generated by the Android version of My FiOS, which is used for account m
  6. The number of subpoenas, total orders and warrants that the United States government delivered to Verizon all dropped in the second half of 2014, according to the company’s latest transparency report. The giant telecom provider released data on Thursday that showed a decrease in subpoenas of about 10 percent from the first half of last year to the second half. The volume of pen register and trap and trace orders fell by a little less than 10 percent, and the number of warrants served on Verizon by law enforcement also dropped from 14,977 to 13,050. Verizon officials said in the report that the
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