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first Facebook admits it saved & # 39; hundreds of millions & # 39; of account passwords in plaintext
Followed by a report by cybersecurity reporter Brian Krebs, Facebook confirmed that it stored "hundreds of millions" of plain text account passwords for years.  The discovery was made in January, said Facebook's Pedro Canahuati, as part of a routine security survey. None of the passwords were visible to anyone outside of Facebook, he said. Facebook admitted security lapses months later after Krebs said logs were available to about 2,000 engineers and developers.
2nd To fund Y Combinator's top startups, VCs score them before Demo Day
What many are not aware of the Demo Day tradition is that pitching is not a requirement; In fact, some YC candidates are leaping entirely on their stage opportunity. Why? Because they have already raised capital or are in the final stages of closing an agreement.
3rd MoviePass's parent CEO says the restarted subscription service is already (kind of) profitable
We interviewed Helios CEO and Matheson Analytics to discuss the service's tumultuous years and future plans.
4. Robotics process automation startup UiPath raises $ 400M at more than $ 7B valuation
UiPath develops automated software workflows to facilitate the tedious everyday business activity tasks.
5th Microsoft Defender comes to Mac
Previously, this was a Windows solution for protecting the machines from Microsoft 365 subscribers and the assets of IT administrators trying to keep them safe. It was formerly called Windows Defender ATP, but launch on Mac has been renamed.
6th Homeland Security warns of critical errors in Medtronic defibrillators
The published warning warned that Medtronic's proprietary radio communication protocol, known as Conexus, was not encrypted and did not require authentication so that a nearby attacker with radio intercepting hardware could change data an affected defibrillator.
7th Nintendo's Lab: VR Kit is not Virtual Boy 2.0
Like the first Labo sets, the VR sentence reminds you of a friendly greeting that Nintendo's main job should surprise and delight, and it delivers on both fronts. But just as the Labo piano should not be confused with a true musical instrument, Labo VR should not be seen as a "real" virtual reality.