As the FBI confirmed that they are investigating the leaking of nude photographs (some real, some fake) of a hundred female celebrities, the hunt for the person(s?) behind it is also on online, as 4chan users are trying to ferret out the identity of the leaker.
It seems that there is a leaker following in the footsteps of Edward Snowden, and US government officials are trying to discover his or her identity, as they confirmed for the CNN on Tuesday.
An infosec consultant looking to book a hotel via HotelHippo.com, owned by HotelStayUK, has ultimately discovered that the website is definitely not to be trusted with private and card information, even though it sports the “COMODO – Authentic & Secure” trust seal.
Google has fixed a security issue that made some of the files stored on Google Drive and shared with friends or colleagues via a direct link potentially reachable by unauthorized third parties, and calls users to remove previously shared documents.
AccessData and Gigaom Research released a report on the growing complexities of mobile security and the limitations of "preventive, policy-driven" solutions that are not designed to detect and respond to mobile security incidents that bypass defenses.
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