Photo by Kevin Ku on Pexels.com Hacking’s adrenaline rush can be addictive. But many believe black-hat (illegal) hackers can develop a moral compass and learn to use their skills for good – especially if authorities intervene when they’re young. In today's digital age, where technology permeates every aspect of our lives, the threat of cybercrime … Continue reading The thin line between cybercrime and ethical hacking
Facebook has disclosed a flaw on its social network that made passwords of hundreds of millions of users visible to employees and said the issue has now been fixed. During a security review in January, Facebook found that the passwords were stored in a readable format, against its security procedures, but that they were never … Continue reading Facebook admits workers knew users’ passwords
Facebook has recorded mass deletions since admitting that Cambridge Analytica harvested private information from over 50 million users without their knowledge or consent. Cambridge Analytica LLC (CA) is a Delaware registered limited liability company, with offices in New York City, Washington, D.C. and London. The company combines data mining, data brokerage, and data analysis with … Continue reading Is it right to quit Facebook now?
A boycott campaign started on Facebook after news surfaced in the media that a political data firm harvested private information from over 50 million users without their knowledge or consent. Image: Mark Zuckerberg According a report from the New York Times, more than 40,000 people mentioned the hashtag #DeleteFacebook on Twitter on Tuesday and Facebook … Continue reading Zuckerberg: I will testify before the Congress if necessary