Two vulnerabilities in Facebook's "view as" feature — a feature that lets people see what their own profile looks like to someone else — were exploited by attackers who gained access to the personal information of about 50 million users, among them those of chief executive Mark Zuckerberg and chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg, the company said on Friday.
Fax machines, which are part of many all-in-one printers, can be compromised over the telephone line and used to attack Windows PCs on the networks to which they are attached, researchers from from security firm Check Point say.
A vulnerability study by security outfit Tenable Research appears to discredit its own work by stating that the sample size it used for the study was not representative.
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