Late last week WhiteHat Security open sourced Aviator, its Chromium-based browser that has been marketed as "the most secure browser online." The browser offers anonymity and security by default: no hidden tracking by advertizers, blocks advertisements by default (thus preventing malvertising attacks), default private browsing mode, and so on.
Global financial services firm Morgan Stanley has announced on Monday that it has fired an employee of its Wealth Management Group following the theft of "partial client data." According to Yahoo Finance, he stole information of some 350,000 wealth management clients.
Moonpig, a popular UK-based firm that sells personalised greeting cards, has put the personal and financial information of over 3 million of its customers in danger by using a flawed API.
In the U.S., we are willing to trade our privacy and security in exchange for convenience.
In case you haven't heard already, Ars Technica got hacked over the weekend, so if you are a subscribed reader now would be a good time to change your password.
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