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California City Settles for $350,000 After Suing Bloggers for Opening Dropbox Links It Sent Them

California City Settles for $350,000 After Suing Bloggers for Opening Dropbox Links It Sent Them

The Fullerton, California police department, one of the entities whose records were accidentally leaked by government employees, seen here during a protest against police brutality in 2011.Photo: Kevork Djansezian (Getty Images) The city of Fullerton, California, has agreed to settle for $350,000 in a lawsuit brought by two bloggers it falsely accused of breaking into …

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Microsoft patches Exchange software flaws targeted by Chinese hackers

Microsoft has rolled out a security update to fix four zero-day flaws in Exchange Server that bad actors have been using to infiltrate companies and organizations across industries. A Chinese state-sponsored group called Hafnium has been behind most of the cyberattacks that exploited the vulnerabilities, the tech giant said in a post. Microsoft describes the …

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