Unsecure

Un`se`cure´


a.1.Insecure.
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The WWE database leak mirrors a similar occurrence earlier this year when a massive collection of nearly 200 million voter registration files that could be used to identify American voters was (http://www.ibtimes.com/voter-registration-data-breach-unsecure-server-leaves-info-nearly-200-million-2554246) discovered online on an unsecure server .
A hacker using the nickname http-equiv has demonstrated how an attacker can combine a hole with the unsecure Windows Shell: function to take control of a system, according to Secunia.
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The research, which was carried out by the Gallup organisation and covered a sample of 1059 respondents who were representative of the British population, revealed that card-not-present transactions were considered unsecure, with transactions over the Internet and over the telephone considered safe by only 7% and 23% of respondents respectively.
Read: (http://www.ibtimes.com/trump-android-cell-phone-unsecure-smartphone-use-should-be-investigated-congressman-2493937) Trump Android Cell Phone: Unsecure Smartphone Use Should Be Investigated, Congressman Says
Read: (http://www.ibtimes.com/trump-android-cell-phone-unsecure-smartphone-use-should-be-investigated-congressman-2493937) Trump Android Cell Phone: Unsecure Smartphone Use Should Be Investigated, Congressman Says
An unsecure device in the hands of a world leader is a likely target for any malicious actor.