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'The rationale is simple: they have proven themselves to be lawless and that lawlessness has caused multiple tragic deaths,' the CloudFlare team explains
Facebook takes on plenty of heat for its handling of a data scandal, while Delta Airlines and Sears suffer security breaches due to a malware attack on a third-party service both companies use. It's your cybersecurity roundup for the week!
The 18.104.22.168 DNS service is Cloudflare's attempt to increase internet connection speeds while maintaining your privacy by preventing internet service providers – and itself – from collecting your data
The site returns after malicious individuals hacked the popular site to serve malware to visitors
Essentially sensitive data intended for temporarily storage overflowed buffering memory space and was then tucked into more exposed spots such as web pages These could then be indexed by search engines in some cases
While the site does appear to be down Filipinos data from the Comelec data breach is likely still circulating online