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2018-03-30 | Cloud Inquisitor, KLara, and CFP submission tips

Friday, March 30

TOP STORY

  • MyFitnessPal breached. Notable due to large number of users exposed, 150 million. It appears the company has responded admirably “Four days after learning of the issue, the company began notifying the MyFitnessPal community”... Tell your friends and family to update their passwords if they re-used their MFP credentials across other online services.

HACKTIVITY

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TWEET OF THE DAY

  • So Georgia just passed a bill making unauthorized, but well meaning (no damage or theft) access to a computer illegal, meaning anybody noticing a vuln on a website can be sent to jail for up to a year. -  @ErrataRob

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