Reddit Hacked, Preventing Accidental Location Sharing, Developer Hacks His Own Company

Reddit announced that it was the victim of a phishing attack aimed at its employees, resulting in unauthorized access to internal documents, code, and some unspecified business systems.

Advice on managing device location-tracking settings to ensure you’re not sharing your location inadvertently.

The case of former Ubiquiti employee, Nickolas Sharp, who pled guilty to multiple felony charges after orchestrating a security breach, stealing data, and extorting almost $2m worth of cryptocurrency from his company.

Plus, our thoughts about UFO’s and Chinese spy balloons!

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Developer pleads guilty to hacking his own company after pretending to investigate himself

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