The breach happened back in 2015, when hackers gained access to the messaging app’s user profile database, including passwords. A bug bounty hunter reportedly contacted Slack recently about a list of allegedly compromised Slack account passwords, which are believed to stem from the 2015 hack. So to make sure that the 1% of Slack users who have had the same password since 2015 aren’t compromised, Slack is changing their passwords for them. … [Read more...] about Slack is finally resetting passwords 4 years after a big data breach
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In fact, one reason why banks stopped lending to MSMEs in the last 12 months period is high stress from this segment. So, that being the case, a good chunk of the stressed companies can now make a claim with banks for 'COVID-19 related debt’ tag so that they can avoid insolvency proceedings. This will happen regardless of the cut-off date the government will announce to calculate the quantum of COVID-related loans. A refusal by banks can lead to court disputes. … [Read more...] about What does the IBC data tell us about the state of Indian economy?
As mentioned earlier, the leaked data includes sensitive information such as email, phone, home address, qualification, work experience etc. “We usually see this sort of leaks all the time, but this time, the message header got our attention as it included a lot of personal details – where most of the things are generally static such as education, address etc,” Cyble said in its blog post. … [Read more...] about Personal data of 2.9 crore Indian job seekers leaked on dark web: Report
Sanofi will raise over $11 billion from the sale of 21.6 million shares in its U.S. partner Regeneron , the French drugmaker said on Wednesday, adding it would use the proceeds for innovation and general growth. … [Read more...] about Drugmaker Sanofi to raise over $11 billion via sale of Regeneron shares
According to the guidance note, practices of physical distancing, hand washing, and respiratory hygiene need to be maintained at all service areas by all beneficiaries and service providers and facilities should follow a staggered approach, wherein adequate seating space for beneficiaries and care-givers with physical distancing is ensured. … [Read more...] about COVID testing not mandatory for services related to maternal, newborn: Health ministry