Git.PHP.net Not Compromised in Supply Chain Attack, but User Database Leak Possible

Posted by EditorDavid on Sunday April 11, 2021 @11:34AM from the are-you-being-servered dept. Inside.com’s The PHP team no longer believes the git.php.net server was compromised in a recent attack, which prompted PHP to move servers to GitHub and caused the team to temporarily put releases on hold until mid-April.Read MoreSecurity News

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2021 Cybersecurity Outlook: The More Things Change, The More They Stay the Same

Sorin Mustaca’s aggregated IT Security News and articles about information security, vulnerabilities, exploits, patches, releases, software, features, hacks, laws, spam, viruses, malware, breaches. 2021 Cybersecurity Outlook: The More Things Change, The More They Stay the Same.Read MoreSecurity News

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Cybercriminals Used Facebook Ads to Lure Users into Installing the Fake Clubhouse App

Sorin Mustaca’s aggregated IT Security News and articles about information security, vulnerabilities, exploits, patches, releases, software, features, hacks, laws, spam, viruses, malware, breaches. Cybercriminals Used Facebook Ads to Lure Users into Installing the Fake Clubhouse App.Read MoreSecurity News

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The best tech podcasts (that aren’t ‘Reply All’)

] “I know, I know. The Gray Lady hasn’t been seen as a publication that’s especially hip to internet culture. But with Rabbit Hole , host Kevin Roose, a New York Times reporter, paints an impressively comprehensive, complex, clear, and compelling portrait of how the internet fuels this era of political and cultural chaos.Read MoreSecurity […]

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