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Uber Concealed Cyberattack That Exposed 57 Million People’s Data

Hackers stole the personal data of 57 million customers and drivers from Uber Technologies Inc., a massive breach that the company concealed for more than a year. This week, the ride-hailing firm ousted its chief security officer and one of his deputies for their roles in keeping the hack under wraps, which included a $100,000 payment to the attackers.

Compromised data from the October 2016 attack included names, email addresses and phone numbers of 50 million Uber riders around the world, the company told Bloomberg on Tuesday. The personal information of about 7 million drivers was accessed as well, including some 600,000 U.S. driver’s license numbers. No Social Security numbers, credit card information, trip location details or other data were taken, Uber said.

“None of this should have happened, and I will not make excuses for it.”

At the time of the incident, Uber was negotiating with U.S. regulators investigating separate claims of privacy violations. Uber now says it had a legal obligation to report the hack to regulators and to drivers whose license numbers were taken. Instead, the company paid hackers to delete the data and keep the breach quiet. Uber said it believes the information was never used but declined to disclose the identities of the attackers.

Photographer: Matthew Lloyd/Bloomberg

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FCC chairman sets out to repeal 'net neutrality' rules

MENLO PARK, Calif. (AP) — The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission set out Tuesday to scrap rules around open internet access, a move that would allow giant cable and telecom companies to throttle broadband speeds and favor their own services if they wish.

Ajit Pai followed through on a pledge to try to repeal "net neutrality" regulations enacted under the Obama administration. The current rules treat internet service providers such as Comcast, AT&T and Verizon as if they were utility companies that provide essential services, like electricity. The rules mandate that they give equal access to all online content and apps.

Pai said those rules discourage investments that could provide even better and faster online access. Instead, he said new rules would force ISPs to be transparent about their services and management policies, and then would let the market decide.

"Under my proposal, the federal government will stop micromanaging the internet," Pai said in a statement.

Pai distributed his alternative plan to other FCC commissioners Tuesday in preparation for a Dec. 14 vote. Pai promised to release his entire proposal Wednesday. Although the FCC's two Democrats said they will oppose the proposal, the repeal is likely to prevail as Republicans dominate 3-2. The vote for net neutrality in 2015 was also along party lines, but Democrats dominated then.

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6 Steps to Building a Million-Dollar Ecommerce Site in 60 Days

Jared Goetz, serial entrepreneur and member of The Oracles, always had a knack for reaching an audience. At 26 years old, he’s co-founded four multimillion-dollar companies.

Whether he’s throwing the world’s largest foam party with fire breathers and circus acts (“Electric Flurry”) or selling inflatables to college students via viral campaigns (“Dumbo Lounge Sacks”), this serial entrepreneur knows how to turn an audience into a profit machine.

His latest venture, The Gadget Snob, is no different. An ecommerce store that supplies everything from jet-flamed pencils to laser keyboards, Goetz took his business from zero to $2 million in 60 days by plugging into the right audience. That's no small feat in a competitive industry forecast to surpass $4 trillion in sales by 2020.

Goetz’s secret sauce to reaching the masses? Experimentation. As he explains, “You don’t know what people will respond to until you try a lot of things. Don’t be afraid to think outside the box.”

Goetz shares six key components to building his million-dollar ecommerce store and turning profits in less than a business quarter.

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10 tools to create video explainers and boost your social media marketing

Popular social media publishers such as Tech Insider, Tasty, NowThis, Buzfeed and many other business pages on Facebook produce highly engaging and widely popular explainer videos every single day. They have set a new high standard that many new businesses on social media are struggling to live up to it and are doomed to spend huge amount of dollars in return of a few “holy” likes. But as technology evolves and software companies continues to develop marketing applications that enables small businesses to expand their social media marketing reach, more and more video editing tools are entering the market.

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Explainer video is a videographic presentation that provides an explanation of a business concept, product, topic, situation or services. A modern video explainer as we know it, usually consists of a video material and graphic elements, making it easy for viewers to quickly understand and engage with the video content in view.

No one would argue that Adobe After Effects, developed by Adobe Systems, is probably the best software to create professional video explainers. Adobe AE software is a very powerful tool allowing its users to design and produce highly engaging graphic motion videos. However, beginners might find it difficult to use such a complex tool. Therefore, unless your company has an in-house professional designer, who is capable to produce explainer videos using this complicated software, it’s not recommended to use it as a primary tool to produce video material for your social media marketing campaign.

Before we dive into our list of top 10 hands-off tools to create stunning video explainers, we have to cover one more option.Video explainer templates is a relatively new trend, that will continue in 2018 and beyond. Unlike using SAAS applications, explainer templates could be a cost-efficient option for a small businesses and start-ups. Purchasing pre-made video explainer templates could save a lot of production time and resources. A good place to start would be Videohive, developed by Envato company. However, in order to use these templates you will need to have Adobe After Effects software installed on your device. Free trial is available to download via Adobe website

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Insurance firms need to worry about social media

While it is fairly clear why many retail and consumer-oriented companies need to worry about utilizing social media, even atypical consumer-oriented companies, such as insurance firms, need to maintain a social media presence. Recently, a wave of “insurtech,” or insurance technology, companies have launched in order to combine automation technology with the various angles of the insurance sector.

One of these firms, InsuranceSocial.Media based out of Des Moines and Anaheim, has seen insurance firms grow sales on average 12% in the first six months of implementing social media. Furthermore, the national insurance carrier saw a 400% increase in reach, via these individual firms’ actions. InsuranceSocial.Media has about $1 million in funding, including from Grinnel Mutual, one of the nation’s largest insurance companies.

Why does social media matter?

Most people would assume social media is a mostly casual interaction and therefore, it is not the correct place for financial services to communicate. However, with Millennials and Generation Z spending on average 8 hours a day on social media, society as a whole has adopted the platform as a way to engage with others in all facets of life.

This means, when it comes time to finding a lawyer, hiring a wedding photographer, or deciding what local insurance agent to go with, people are turning to social media for more information. 48% of consumers have cited that they check social media comments before making an insurance purchasing decision. If a firm lacks a social media presence or does not actively maintain it, then they will miss out on roughly half of their local market.

Firms need to manage a social media presence.

The aver5age insurance agent is 0+ and does not spend a lot of time on social media. Furthermore, their typical business structure is oriented on processing client leads and retaining a book of business, so where does social media fit into that process. Thankfully, Silicon Valley has created a slew of automation technology, which is making the job of a business owner much easier.

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Tips and Resources for Starting Your Blog Today

Learning how to create a blog is a great way to promote your home business, boost interest in the products or services you have to offer and build traffic to your website. It can even become its own or an additional income source.

Benefits to Starting a Blog for your Home Business

Blog marketing can generate more traffic for your home business website through several methods.

1) Blogs can improve your site’s search rankings through search engine optimization (SEO) technique.

 

2) Social media can increase awareness of your blog from others who share your content.

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The Consequences of a Hacked WordPress Website

If you are anything like me, you might have found yourself ardently watching the news recently and in particular, the Paradise Papers. It reminds me of a brilliant story about a recent similar leak, the Panama Papers. When the Panama Papers were released a theory was floated that raised the hairs of web developers throughout the internet. You see the company at the center or the controversy, Mossack Fonseca, had a WordPress website. And on that WordPress website, they were running an old, vulnerable version of the well-known plugin Revolution Slider.

This is what is thought to have happened: an external script or ‘bot’ found that the version of Revolution Slider on the Mossack Fonseca website was vulnerable to uploading any file type. The hackers exploited this to upload a shell to the server, giving them full route access. At this point, Mossack Fonseca would nonetheless have been relatively unscathed, except they also kept their Exchange 2010 (mail server) within the same network system, giving the hackers access to all e-mail communication in and out of the company.

Now there are a raft of emotions that come as a result of such a hack, but for people that work in related industries, it serves as a beacon as to how easy it might be for a hacker to compromise everything you and your clients have. And while you can imagine the conversations behind keeping the website working ‘as-it-is’ at Mossack Fonseca, what if it wasn’t down to management? What if they employed someone just like you and me, and tasked us with maintaining the website?

The point I’m making is that your client would likely hold you responsible should their site get hacked, regardless of whether that is a reasonable thing to do, and the consequences can be far reaching.

The Awkward “Sorry, you’ve been hacked” Conversation

Getting hacked is relatively inevitable. In fact, the things you are advised to do, such as updating your software, can end up being the cause of the malware itself (see the recent CCleaner update scandal). But that doesn’t make the conversation with your client any less awkward when you utter the words “I’m sorry, you’ve been hacked.” Particularly if you can’t point to everything you have done in your power to keep them informed and protected.

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20 Tips to Organically Market Your Brand on Instagram (Infographic)

Instagram has proven to be the marketing platform of the future, catapulting many brands to new heights with millions of followers scrolling every day. Since the social media app allows companies to promote their brand without buying expensive and often ineffective ads, marketing is not only cheaper but feels more organic to consumers -- but only when done right.

Related: 10 Instagram Accounts Every Entrepreneur Should Follow

To market yourself or your brand on Instagram, there are many ways to get huge followings and user engagement without buying followers. Harnessing the platform’s digital tools, from hashtags to filters, develops a brand aesthetic and drives increased traffic to your profile. Instagram also boosts your brand’s visibility with tools to seamlessly share via other social media sites and interact directly with consumers through likes and comments.

For more effective tips and tricks to market your brand best on this explosive platform, check out the infographic from Market Inspector below.

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See what’s new with Firefox

Today we’re thrilled to introduce you to our brand new browser — Firefox Quantum.

What you’ll notice first is that the new Firefox is blazing fast. In fact, you’ll enjoy speeds up to twice as fast as a year ago. It’s also more powerful. We’ve rebuilt Firefox from the ground up to focus on how you use the Web today to watch, listen, create and play without limits. We’re excited to deliver a browser that feels completely different — modern, quick and efficient. We think you’ll agree: It’s a quantum leap forward in how you’ll experience the Internet.

When you use Firefox, you’re also contributing to a movement to ensure the Internet remains a global public resource, open and accessible to all. As an independent, not-for-profit organization, we’ve been committed since 2003 to building products that put you in control of your online life and advancing open technology and public policy that promote a healthier Internet. We put you at the center of everything we do.

On behalf of Mozilla’s global community, we’re proud to introduce you to the new Firefox. Fast for good.

Chris Beard CEO, Mozilla

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Here's Why Facebook Is Asking Users to Upload Their Nudes

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Revenge porn is a massive, intrusive, traumatic problem that every website capable of sharing photos must reckon with. And no site struggles with it more than Facebook, the king of the social web. But the company's solution to keeping your illicit nudes offline is raising some eyebrows, mostly because it involves, well, uploading your illicit nudes online.

On Wednesday, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation announced that Facebook was testing a new system to combat revenge porn in the land down under. The social network was asking users who worried that they would become victims of revenge porn to send the photos in question to themselves using Facebook Messenger. The company claims that once the image has been put into its system, it will be able to create a digital fingerprint of the image and stop it from appearing anywhere else on the site. The drawback, of course, is that you've just uploaded your own nude to Facebook.

Facebook's running the program in Australia in conjunction with the national government, who has a specific "e-Safety Commissioner" appointed to oversee the process. The commissioner, Julie Inman Grant, told ABC that the process is secure.

“They’re not storing the image, they’re storing the link and using artificial intelligence and other photo-matching technologies,” she told ABC. "It would be like sending yourself your image in email, but obviously this is a much safer, secure end-to-end way of sending the image without sending it through the ether."

It's worth noting that Facebook has been using versions of this system for a while. After a series of high-profile revenge porn cases, including the Marines United scandal, the company used a similar digital fingerprinting process to catch images that had been flagged as revenge porn and prevent them from being uploaded to the site again.

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How and Where You Can Make Money Testing Websites

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In a world of illegitimate online job opportunities, it’s nice to know there are a few honest internet side hustles you can tackle to earn a healthy side income. One such hustle is website testing.

If you’ve never tried it, then now’s a good time to learn what it is, how much you could potentially make, and who will pay you to get started.

What Is Website Testing?

Website testing is a pretty straightforward concept in which individuals who have no direct ties to a brand spend time using, accessing, and analyzing the brand’s website as a way of providing feedback on the functionality and appeal of the site.

Website testing is invaluable in today’s marketplace, where websites play an integral role in both small and large brands’ ability to reach, engage, and convert online customers. It’s not enough to have a website – the website needs to be optimized in a manner that it fosters positive brand associations and ultimately drives profitable conversions.

When you look at the amount of time and money brands invest into web design and development, it becomes clear why they take testing so seriously. While every situation is different, here some average costs for developing a custom website (according to Digital.com):

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Joomla! 3.8.2 Release

Joomla! 3.8.2 Release Details Created: 07 November 2017

Joomla! 3.8.2 is now available. This is a security release for the 3.x series of Joomla addressing three security vulnerabilities and fixing several bugs which were reported after the previous Joomla releases.

What's in Joomla! 3.8.2?

Joomla! 3.8.2 addresses three security vulnerabilities and over 90 bugs, including:

Security Issues FixedMedium Priority - Core - LDAP Information Disclosure (affecting Joomla! 1.5.0 through 3.8.1) More information »Medium Priority - Core - Two-Factor Authentication Bypass (affecting Joomla! 3.2.0 through 3.8.1) More information »Low Priority - Core - Information Disclosure (affecting Joomla! 3.7.0 through 3.8.1) More information »Bug FixesDisplay subcategories in blog layout only when user has access #18408Tags being deleted by any batch action and by drag and drop reordering #18328Search Module not displayed on the core templates error page #18375Fix unneeded repetitive filesystem access / checks causing performance issue in custom fields #17893Fix backend articles manager not listing articles in sub-categories when categories filter is active #18179

Visit GitHub for the full list of bug fixes.

DownloadA huge Thank You to our volunteers!

A big thank you goes out to everyone that contributed to the Joomla! 3.8 release! Find a list of developers who helped out on the Thank You page.

Make the next Joomla! release even better

Joomla! 3.9 and 4.0 are already in the works. If you would like to help improve them you can make a direct difference.

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Apple pushes out iOS 11.1.1 to fix annoying autocorrect bug

The update also addresses an issue where the 'Hey Siri' feature occasionally stops working. And...that's it. Even the security content is the same as the 11.1 release, meaning Apple pushed this update out just to fix these two issues. Consider your outrage heard, given that Apple could have waited to fix until the forthcoming 11.2 update; Reportedly, some GPS issues with the iPhone 8 and iPhone X are fixed in the 11.2 beta.

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Sean Parker unloads on Facebook "exploiting" human psychology

Stephen Miller, a White House senior policy adviser, was interviewed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller in his ongoing Russia probe, specifically regarding possible obstruction of justice, per CNN.

Why it matters: Miller is the highest-level White House official to be swept up in the Russia probe and he's yet another person involved that is close to Trump, who continues to claim there's been "no collusion" and that it's all a hoax.

What they discussed: Miller's role in firing former FBI director James Comey and the March 2016 meeting — organized by George Papadopoulous (who was charged in Mueller's probe) — in which he told Miller and others that he was trying to set up a meeting with Vladimir Putin.

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Twitter stops verification badge after Jason Kessler backlash

Twitter temporarily stops its verification process. Megan Wollerton/CNET

Twitter temporarily suspended its verification process on Thursday after the social network drew widespread outrage for giving the recognizable blue-and-white check mark to the account of a noted white supremacist. 

In a tweet, the social network said verifications weren't endorsements, but acknowledged the process had created confusion. The company said it had suspended new verifications while it worked on refining the process. 

 Here's what @TwitterSupport had to say:

Verification was meant to authenticate identity & voice but it is interpreted as an endorsement or an indicator of importance. We recognize that we have created this confusion and need to resolve it. We have paused all general verifications while we work and will report back soon

— Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) November 9, 2017

Twitter's move followed an uproar caused by the verification of an account belonging to Jason Kessler, the organizer of the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. The August rally turned violent as neo-Nazis clashed with protesters, leaving one dead and dozens injured. 

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7 Influencing Tips to Engage with your Followers

Each month I consult with several companies on their social media strategy. One of the concerns they bring up is the challenge to compete with the social media presence of established brands in their industry who often have thousands if not millions of followers.

Creating a marketing machine on social media to compete with bigger brands can seem nearly impossible.

However, with the right strategy and a few key tips contributed by several social media rock stars, social growth can go from stressful, to incredibly simple.

Understand customer demographics

Damian Pros, a contributor for Lifehack, Elite Daily, Addicted 2 Success, as well as the proprietor of Dare and Conquer states “If you want to make social media work for you, you first need to understand customer demographics and know which social media platform is best for each demographic”.

For example, roughly 6 in 10 (59%) online adults ages 18–29 use Instagram, which is nearly twice the amount of those age 30–49 (33%), and more than seven times the amount among those age 65 and older (8%). This means that of its 600 million users, 59% of Instagram users are under 30.

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Critical Tor flaw leaks users’ real IP address—update now | Ars Technica

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Mac and Linux versions of the Tor anonymity browser just received a temporary fix for a critical vulnerability that leaks users' IP addresses when they visit certain types of addresses.

TorMoil, as the flaw has been dubbed by its discoverer, is triggered when users click on links that begin with file:// rather than the more common https:// and http:// address prefixes. When the Tor browser for macOS and Linux is in the process of opening such an address, "the operating system may directly connect to the remote host, bypassing Tor Browser," according to a brief blog post published Tuesday by We Are Segment, the security firm that privately reported the bug to Tor developers.

On Friday, members of the Tor Project issued a temporary work-around that plugs that IP leak. Until the final fix is in place, updated versions of the browser may not behave properly when navigating to file:// addresses. They said both the Windows versions of Tor, Tails, and the sandboxed Tor browser that's in alpha testing aren't vulnerable.

"The fix we deployed is just a workaround stopping the leak," Tor officials wrote in a post announcing Friday's release. "As a result of that navigating file:// URLs in the browser might not work as expected anymore. In particular entering file:// URLs in the URL bar and clicking on resulting links is broken. Opening those in a new tab or new window does not work either. A workaround for those issues is dragging the link into the URL bar or on a tab instead. We track this follow-up regression in bug 24136."

Friday's post went on to say that We Are Segment CEO Filippo Cavallarin privately reported the vulnerability on October 26. Tor developers worked with Mozilla developers to create a work-around the following day, but it only partially worked. They finished work on a more complete work-around on Tuesday. The post didn't explain why the fix, delivered in Tor browser version 7.0.9 for Mac and Linux users, wasn't issued until Friday, three days later. The Tor browser is based on Mozilla's open-source Firefox browser. The IP leak stems from a Firefox bug.

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Sneaky Fake WhatsApp App Attracts 1M+ Downloads

The developer behind the dummy app managed to list the product under "WhatsApp Inc," the same title the actual WhatsApp uses on Google Play.

By Michael KanNovember 3, 2017 6:17PM ESTNovember 3, 2017Over a million Android users may have been duped into downloading a fake WhatsApp product on Google Play, thanks to a character space.A sneaky app maker pretended to be the actual WhatsApp service with an app called Update WhatsApp Messenger. But it copped the developer title "WhatsApp Inc."—the same title the actual Facebook-owned chat messenger uses on Google Play.The only difference was the app maker added a Unicode character space after the WhatsApp Inc. name. In a computer code the difference is more obvious—it reads WhatsApp+Inc%C2%A0. But to average Android users browsing Google Play, that character space would be easy to miss.Reddit users spotted the problem on Friday. The dummy app was not a chat app, but served users with ads to download other apps. As Motherboard noted, Avast researcher Nikolaos Chrysaidos pointed out that it was downloaded at least 1 million times.The dummy app's developer is unknown, but the culprit later changed the name of the app to "Dual Whatsweb Update," and removed the "WhatsApp Inc." developer title. It has since been removed from Google Play."I can confirm that the app was removed from Google Play and the developer account was suspended for violating our program polices," a Google spokesperson said Friday.Fake Android apps are nothing new, and they're often used to spread malware on mobile phones. But the WhatsApp dummy product incident is worrisome because it doesn't appear that Google noticed the problem. Google Play rules don't allow apps to impersonate another brand title or logo. In addition, the company has been using new security measures to prevent malware from entering the platform.Hackers have used similar tricks, like using Cyrillic alphabet letters in the place of English letters, to create legitimate-looking domain names.Original linkOriginal author: Kan
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Cheatsheet: What you need to know about influencer fraud

Influencer marketing fraud is a growing problem in an industry valued at over $1 billion. Influencers — essentially social media stars with large followings — are attractive to marketers for the notion they’re more “authentic” than regular ad buys. But some of that authenticity is fake, whether it’s using so-called Instagram pods, bots or buying followers, and many marketers are starting to question just what they’re really getting for their money. We break it down.

The numbers

A single day’s worth of posts tagged #sponsored or #ad on Instagram contained over 50 percent fake engagements, according to data from anti-fraud company Sway. Out of 118,007 comments, only 20,942 were not made by bot followers.Sway found that more than 15 percent of influencers who sign on to do sponsored posts (and take the product associated with it) never create a post.Bot comments are responsible for over 40 percent of total comments for over 500 of 2,000 sponsored posts made each day, per Sway.Pods remain a problem as well: Sway’s recent research found that out of 2,000 posts, an average of only 36 sponsored posts made per day contained no Instagram pod activity, fake comments, fake likes or uneven ratios of bot followers to engagements.

On Instagram podsWhat remains up for debate is what constitutes fraud. While most agree that “bot” comments and buying followers are fraud, influencers themselves disagree about whether pods are considered fraud. Instagram pods are groups of up to 30 Instagrammers that work with each other to comment and like each other’s posts — hacking Instagram by “increasing” engagement, albeit artificially. Many influencers use pods and say it’s totally legit. “I don’t see pods as a problem because bloggers in a similar set of interest groups are supportive of each other,” said one influencer who preferred not to be named.

Others say it’s shady: “For Instagrammers or influencers, they are artificially building themselves,” said YouTuber Zach Bussey. “It’s a dangerous precedent to set for themselves because it means they can never quit doing it. It’s not like they will get to a certain number and then say, ‘I can quit that,’ and see their numbers plummet. Instead, they have to keep doing it — over and over and over to keep any semblance of growth.”

How to spot fraud

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