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Grandma Puts Baby Into Crib And … Oops!

A grandmother in Huntsville, Alabama, who tried putting a baby to bed has tripped into viral infamy.

Last Friday, Valerie Routh Sharp was putting her granddaughter to sleep in her crib.

Since Sharp is only 5 feet tall, she required a step stool to get up high enough to put the child down.

A baby monitor filmed Sharp falling into the crib head first, never letting go of the baby girl.

Luckily, Sharp, 61, and the baby were OK.

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Oops. Apple has seriously weakened iOS 10 backups against password hackers

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

A blunder that Apple made in iOS 10 has weakened the encryption of iPhone data when backed up to iTunes
A flaw Apple introduced in iOS 10 has made it far easier for password crackers to brute-force data backed up

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Oops: After Threatening Hacker With 440 Years, Prosecutors Settle for a MisdemeanorNational Cyber Security

nationalcybersecurity.com – Thanks in part to America’s ill-defined hacking laws, prosecutors have enormous discretion to determine a hacker defendant’s fate. But in one young Texan’s case in particular, the Department of Jus…

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Oops: After Threatening Hacker With 440 Years, Prosecutors Settle for a Misdemeanor

Thanks in part to America’s ill-defined hacking laws, prosecutors have enormous discretion to determine a hacker defendant’s fate. But in one young Texan’s case in particular, the Department of Justice stretched prosecutorial overreach to a new extreme: about 440 years […]

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Oops… Popular Password Managers Are Not As Secure As You Think

Just few days ago, we reported about two critical vulnerability in mobile version of the most popular password manager application from a popular Password management company RoboForm, which manages your passwords for different websites. Now, researchers have published a detailed explanation on the security vulnerabilities discovered in five different and popular password managers,

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