Yahoo! pays $24,000 to Hacker for finding Security Vulnerabilities

Yahoo! pays $24,000 to Hacker for finding Security Vulnerabilities

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Yahoo! has offered $24,000 to a security researcher for finding out and reporting three critical security vulnerabilities in its products including Yahoo! Stores and Yahoo!-hosted websites.
While testing all the company’s application, Mark Litchfield, a bug bounty hunter who often works with different companies, discovered three critical vulnerabilities in Yahoo!’s products. All the three vulnerabilities have now been fixed by Yahoo!.

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RIP, Internet Explorer is dead

RIP, Internet Explorer is dead

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You know, I never imagined this would actually happen, but it’s finally a reality: Internet Explorer is dead.
According to a report from The Verge, Microsoft’s marketing head Chris Capossela said at an internal Microsoft event yesterday that “We’re now researching what the new brand, or the new name, for our browser should be in Windows 10.” Read more

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MH370 Anniversary: Search For Answers Continues ( Intelligence Files )

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An interim report on the disappearance of ‪#‎MalaysiaAirlines‬ Flight‪#‎MH370‬ has revealed t11046640_932504883456999_6708057049403971828_nhat the battery of an underwater locator beacon on the aircraft had expired more than a year before the plane vanished in March 2014.

The report, which was released on Sunday – the one-year anniversary of the disappearance of Flight MH370, reviewed the efforts and progress that have been made in the search for the missing plane and theinvestigation into the incident. Read more