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  1. Abusive add-ons aren’t just a Chrome and Firefox problem. Now it’s Edge’s turn Edge users take to social media to report their Web searches are being hijacked. Enlarge Microsoft 55 with 44 posters participating For years, Google and Mozilla have battled to keep abusive or outright malicious browser extensions from infiltrating their official repositories. Now, Microsoft is taking up the fight. Over the past several days, people in website forums have complained of the Google searches being
  2. Updated: The internal API has been subject to not one, but multiple failed fix attempts. Vulnerabilities in Kaspersky software have left an internal API open to abuse by webmasters and attempts to patch have, so far, failed. On Monday, software developer Wladimir Palant documented the saga, which began after he began investigating Kaspersky Web Protection features included in software such as Kaspersky Internet Security 2019. The online protection functionality includes scans of search results to weed out potentially malicious links, ad blocking, and track
  3. According to a blog post, the cybersecurity team at Facebook recently discovered and subsequently took down an entire network of Russian accounts, groups, and pages that were spreading misinformation and lying about their identities to interfere in the affairs of African countries including Madagascar, Central African Republic, Mozambique, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Côte d’Ivoire, Cameroon, Sudan and Libya. Allegedly, the operations - or 'inauthentic behaviour' to use the official term - of these accounts were not only limited to Facebook, but spread out to Instagram as well
  4. Heavy GDPR-like fines proposed for firms that fail to tackle abuse The culture secretary has pledged new laws to regulate social media firms after being snubbed by 10 out of 14 companies invited to consult on regulation. Speaking on the Andrew Marr Show yesterday, Matt Hancock, secretary of state for culture, digital, media and sport, said the government does not have adequate power to regulate social media firms, and that self-policing to this point has not worked. He revealed that being ignored by several major players in the industry - who wer
  5. A 41-year-old resident of Houston, Texas has been arrested after Google tipped off police that they had spotted child abuse images in his emails. John Henry Skillern, a registered sex offender with a sexual assault charge dating back to 1994, was picked up on Tuesday, July 29th and later charged with one count of possession of child pornography and one count of promotion of child pornography. A search of his home and equipment uncovered further images of child abuse, emails and text messages discussing his pedophilic tendencies, and even cell-phone videos of children visiting the branch of D
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