"Two versions of uTorrent, one of the Internet's most widely used BitTorrent apps, have easy-to-exploit vulnerabilities that allow attackers to execute code, access downloaded files, and snoop on download histories, a Google Project Zero researcher said."
Facebook is not a privacy company; it’s Big Brother on PCP. It does not want to anonymize and protect you; it wants to drain you of your privacy, sucking up every bit of personal data. You should resist the urge to let it, at every turn.
We're warning customers about a text message scam that is circulating where a fraudulent message is delivered claiming that a refund is being issued by NSP. These texts are not from us - we do not communicate with customers about bill payments or credits via text message.
Recipients are advised not to click on these links. If a recipient has clicked on the link, it’s best that they contact their financial institution immediately. We encourage recipients of these fraudulent texts to report to local law enforcement.
Details in news release: bit.ly/2DDRwXR