Last Week’s Security Briefs 4/8/19

Date: April 8, 2019 | Categories:

Last week was a bad week for security. We suggest you review the following . . . . .

Almost half a million dollars was diverted out of the city of Tallahassee’s employee payroll Wednesday after a suspected foreign cyber-attack of its human resources management application.

Facebook requested Email passwords which were then used to scrap contacts from private Email accounts.

And, another serious Facebook password leak. If you have a Facebook account, it is suggested that you change the password as soon as possible. Also, be vigilant as the information can be used effectively for phishing.

New cellphone scam that can cost you thousands.

On the plus side:
Verizon offers free app to help stop robo-calls.

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