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PCMag.com Security Coverage



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1Password Adds Pwned Password Check
When choosing a new password, 1Password will check to see if it appears on a list of over 500 million breached passwords.



Twitter: No Political Bias in Crackdown of Suspicious Accounts
Twitter's fight against bots and abuse collided with some right-wing pundits who suspected the company was targeting conservative voices.



uTorrent Bug Allows Malicious Webpages to Control the Software
The problem mainly affects uTorrent Web, the newer version of the popular BitTorrent client, which contains a serious remote code execution bug.



Cryptocurrency Miner Infiltrates a Tesla Cloud Server
Hackers took advantage of an insecure Tesla server to mine cryptocurrency, according to security firm RedLock.






Flight Sim Labs Fights Piracy by Installing Malware
Company owner tells customers not to worry as they only activate the malware if you are a pirate.



Did Coinbase Drain Your Bank Account?
The cryptocurrency exchange has been accidentally overcharging customers. In some cases, the affected bank accounts have been drained dry.



This Indian Character Symbol Can Crash Your iPhone
Text messages that contain the Indian Telugu syllable can disable third-party messaging apps on iOS. Apple is working on a fix.



US, UK Blame Russia for NotPetya Ransomware Outbreak
NotPetya was designed to disrupt Ukrainian government institutions and industries, the UK and US claim. The Kremlin calls the accusations groundless.