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Thousands of Android apps leak hard-coded secrets.

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Accessed on 01 September 2022, 1420 UTC.

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Thousands of Android apps leak hard-coded secrets, research shows 

Over half of the 30,000 investigated Android Apps are leaking secrets that could have huge repercussions for both app developers and their customers. 
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LastPass confirms breach 
Password manager with over 25 million users admitted to being hacked — an attacker exfiltrated portions of internal data. 
Sephora to pay $1.2m for secretly selling sensitive consumer data 
Cosmetics giant was fined $1.2 million for failing to inform customers about selling their data. 
Russia continues to see value in Wikipedia despite patchy efforts to replicate it 
Free of the "LGBT lobby" and mentions of the war in Ukraine, Runiversalis is intended to be a Russian alternative to Wikipedia. It is off to a bumpy start, crashing shortly after launch. 
Telegram teases NFT-like marketplace 
Reserved usernames, group, and channel links, as well as emojis and stickers, could be auctioned off on the messaging app’s blockchain-based marketplace. 
Twilio and Cloudflare attacks part of larger campaign, says analyst 
The recent attacks on Twilio and Cloudflare were part of a coordinated phishing campaign that compromised nearly 10,000 accounts across 130 organizations, according to insights from cybersecurity firm Group-IB. 

Baiting the scammers: meet the ex-FBI analyst who goes undercover to catch out the crooks 

Online scammers may be perceived as devious masterminds that fool the unwary out of their money – but a former FBI analyst has found they can be surprisingly gullible themselves. 
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