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Half a Billion Yahoo’s Accounts Hacked in 2014 Security experts have pressing questions unanswered after Yahoo’s admission that “state-sponsored” hackers had stolen the personal details of half a billion users. The attackers obtained names, Web Browsers Block TPB over “Harmful Programs” Two popular browsers, Chrome and Firefox, block direct access to The Pirate Bay's download pages. Google claims that The Pirate Bay contains "harmful programs," most likely triggered by malicious ads running Swedish ISP Deleted IP-Address Logs to Protect Users Bahnhof is still fighting against copyright owners who try to target alleged file-sharers. The ISP has setup its logging policies in such as way that it can refuse requests for IP-address information. Bahnhof suggests 68m Dropbox User Passwords Leaked Online Hackers breached Dropbox back in 2012 and leaked more than 68 million user email addresses and passwords online. At the time, the hosting service only reported the leak of user email addresses, but not passwords. This fact only came to light when the database was obtained by security notification service Leakbase Apple Released iOS Security Update After recording the attempt to break into Apple’s iPhone of an Arab activist through unknown espionage software, the company issued a global upgrade of its mobile OS. The spyware Hacking Time: Olympic Drug-Testing Agency under Attack Cybersecurity experts believe that the hackers who defaced the World Anti-Doping Agency website after imposing a ban on Russian athletes at the Olympics were likely the same persons who breached the DNC a few weeks Harvard Education Platform Exploited by Scammers Harvard's educational sharing tool H2O is used by scammers to promote pirated films, with thousands of links having appeared on the website. Of course, copyright holders respond with various takedown 235,000 Twitter Accounts Suspended for Promoting Terrorism The microblogging platform has suspended 235,000 accounts that violated its policies regarding the promotion of terrorism and violent threat in the last six Mass Data Collection Helps Prevent Terrorism in UK The mass collection of personal information by British spy agencies is very helpful in preventing terrorist attacks, as concluded by an independent reviewer of terrorism legislation. Reddit Refused to Disclose Infringer’s Details Added: Thursday, August 18th, 2016
Category: About Torrents > Staying Safe And Secure
Tags: ET, p2p, Torrent, Piracy, Peer To Peer, Network, Hackers, Internet, BitTorrent, Google, utorrent, bitcomet, extratorrent, www.extratorrent.cc, 2016
The platform is refusing to hand over the IP-address of its user to the copyright holder. The user is accused of illegally sharing a single by band Twenty One Pilots. The track was leaked online this past June, first appearing on an anonymous Slovakian file-hosting service
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