Another day, another bad day for Google, as another kind of malware has been found on its Play Store.
Twitter is where people can rapid-fire messages. With its reach and influence, indeed Twitter has become part of the world's politics.
As Joko "Jokowi" Widodo is re-elected as Indonesia's President, he appointed a new cabinet for his second term. One of the replaced Minister, is Rudiantara.
As a service available for anyone, Instagram is open for everyone. One of the benefit was that, people who weren't logged in had the unlimited access to public-facing profiles.
User data has increasingly become more important to secure as people upload more and more of their information to the web.
Adobe, popular for its products like Photoshop, Illustrator, Fireworks and many more, had data of its nearly 7.5 million Creative Cloud users exposed to the public internet.
PHP is relatively old. But still, it underpins most part of the web.
As the search engine giant of the web, Google has helped billions of people in getting the information they need. But when it comes to answering questions, that's a different story.
When there is more users and money to to be made on the internet, Facebook is probably one of the first to be at the front line.
Bad actors can use a variety of malware to steal sensitive information from unsuspecting victims.