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Nextgov ThreatWatch - September 6, 2016
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September 6, 2016
 
 

Technology

The same zero days that allowed sophisticated spyware to take over iPhones also existed in Apple OS X and the Safari web ...

A family of malware has infected more than 1 million internet-enabled devices for potential use as a botnet for hire. Accordingto a ...

Web Services // U.S.

Emails and passwords for 68 million online cloud storage accounts emerged this week, years after the initial breach. Dropbox announced ...

Nextgov's Tech + Tequila brings together the brightest minds in government tech to discuss the biggest trends in the government technology space -- over cocktails. Discussions range from cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, and much more.  for a recap of past Tech + Tequila discussions and get up to speed on what is going on in the government tech community to prepare for future Tech + Tequila events. 

Web Services

Opera Software reset the passwords for itssynchronization service after a breach of its cloud servers, reports The Hacker News. Operas ...

Global Organizations // Media // Activists // UAE

A couple of text messages sent to a human rights activist led to an Apple software update to plug three zero-day vulnerabilities in iOS ...

Nextgov's Tech + Tequila brings together the brightest minds in government tech to discuss the biggest trends in the government technology space -- over cocktails. Discussions range from cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, and much more.  for a recap of past Tech + Tequila discussions and get up to speed on what is going on in the government tech community to prepare for future Tech + Tequila events. 

 
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