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Apple says no personal user data was compromised when it was hacked by a 16-year-old

“Actual details about the hack were not revealed, but Apple says that personal user data was not compromised during the breach” writes Zach Epstein for bgr.com. The spokesperson did address user data security concerns by saying that “we … want to assure our customers that at no point during this incident was their personal data compromised.” Yes, that’s precisely the kind of response we’d expect from a tech company, especially Apple, which is always very secretive about everything.A teenager in Australia was able to hack Apple’s servers for about a…

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Apple reassures customers after teen is busted for hacking its secure network

“An Australian teen has pleaded guilty to hacking into Apple’s secure network, but Apple says no customer data was compromised” reports cnet.com. In June, Apple updated the iPhone’s software to close a security hole that allowed access to customers’ data.Apple acknowledged the incident in statements to Reuters and The Guardian, reassuring customers that “at no point during this incident was their personal data compromised.”.  Source: cnet.com Share This:

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Apple says no personal data compromised in teenager hacking incident

“Yesterday, we reported on a hacking incident by an Australian teenager, who downloaded about 90 GB of data from Apple servers” writes Macbook Pro With for 9to5mac.com. Apple has given a statement to the press that confirms no personal customer data was exposed or compromised in this incident.An Apple spokesman said the company’s information security personnel “discovered the unauthorized access, contained it, and reported the incident to law enforcement” without commenting further on the specifics of the case. “We … want to assure our customers that at no point during…

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Quadruple stabbing in London park in latest knife attack within city’s ‘murder mile’

“Six men were arrested this evening following a quadruple stabbing in a London park in the latest knife crime incident within the city’s so-called ‘Murder Mile’” writes Telegraph Reporters for telegraph.co.uk. Witnesses described how a teenager cried “help, help” as the four men were hospitalised following the incident on a south London housing estate. Source: telegraph.co.uk Share This:

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A Chinese Boeing 737 has reportedly crash landed at Manila International Airport

“A Xiamen Airlines jet has crashed while landing at Manila’s Ninoy Aquino International Airport, CGTN reported” writes Benjamin Zhang for businessinsider.com. The Xiamen Airlines plane was at the conclusion of a two-and-a-half-hour flight from the southern Chinese city of Xiamen when the incident reportedly took place.The flight reportedly involved in the incident is CXA8667. Source: businessinsider.com Share This:

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Man arrested after suspected London parliament terror attack named as Salih Khater: Report

“A man detained on suspicion of carrying out a terrorist attack outside Britain’s parliament is Salih Khater, a British citizen of Sudanese origin, a European security source told Reuters on Wednesday” writes unknown author for cnbc.com. Police believe a car was deliberately driven into pedestrians and cyclists injuring three people before ramming a security barrier outside parliament during the rush hour on Tuesday morning.The source told Reuters that Khater was from Birmingham, central England, and was not known to security services before Tuesday.Video footage showed the car veering across the…

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Cybersecurity incident detection firm Exabeam raises $50 million

“SIEM tools help that to happen and will only become more necessary for Corporate America as cyberattacks become more and more frequent” reports axios.com. Why it matters: Cybersecurity officers and leadership at companies experiencing cyberattacks, malware incidents, or data breaches need to be able to tell their board what happened — and fast. Source: axios.com Share This:

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U.K. Police Are Investigating a Crash Near Parliament as Terrorism

“The first two of those attacks were attributed to Islamist militants; the third to an anti-Muslim activist” writes Yasmeen Serhan for theatlantic.com. If the incident is determined to be terrorism-related, it will be the second in London in 11 months, following the non-fatal explosion on the London Tube in September.More significantly it has striking parallels to the fatal attack in March 2017: Not only was it in the same area, but also carried out using a vehicle. Source: theatlantic.com Share This:

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