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Google to add new password protection features in Chrome 88

Google will add new capabilities to Chrome that will let you fix weak passwords and update your saved passwords in one place. These new updates are coming in the next few weeks as part of Chrome 88.

Malicious Mozilla Firefox Extension Allows Gmail Takeover

A newly uncovered cyberattack is taking control of victims’ Gmail accounts, by using a customized, malicious Mozilla Firefox browser extension called FriarFox

Over 8 million COVID-19 test results leaked online

Millions of COVID-19 test reports were found to be publicly accessible due to flawed online system implementation.

Brave Browser Tor Mode Leaked .Onion Addresses To ISP – Glitch Fixed

Due to an adblocker bug, Brave browser leaked .onion addreses searched within Tor Mode to the public DNS servers. Patch released.

Apple Is Going to Make It Harder to Hack iPhones With Zero-Click Attacks

Multiple exploit developers tell Motherboard an upcoming change in iOS could make zero-click exploits harder to pull off.

10K Microsoft Email Users Hit in FedEx Phishing Attack

Microsoft users are receiving emails pretending to be from mail couriers FedEx and DHL Express – but that really steal their credentials.

Clubhouse confirms data spillage of its audio streams

Audio-only social network iPhone app Clubhouse has confirmed that it experienced a data spill on Sunday.

Mysterious Silver Sparrow Malware Found Nesting on 30K Macs

A second malware that targets Macs with Apple's in-house M1 chip is infecting machines worldwide — but it's unclear why.

Malformed URL Prefix Phishing Attacks Spike 6,000%

Sneaky attackers are flipping backslashes in phishing email URLs to evade protections, researchers said.

Parents alerted to NurseryCam security breach

A webcam system that lets parents drop in and watch their children while at nursery school has written to families to tell them of a data breach. NurseryCam said it did not believe the incident had involved any youngsters or staff being watched without their permission, but had shut down its server as a precautionary measure.

Privacy Bug in Brave Browser Exposes Dark-Web Browsing History of Its Users

Brave has fixed a privacy issue in its browser that sent queries for .onion domains to public internet DNS resolvers rather than routing them through Tor nodes, thus exposing users' visits to dark web websites.

Microsoft Rolls Out “Kids Mode” For Safe Browsing In Edge Browser

While the internet has become a must-have for the kids, especially during the global lockdown because of the COVID-19 pandemic, unattended exposure of kids to the internet world has become a security risk for innocent users as well. Addressing this issue, Microsoft has announced the launch of a dedicated “Kids Mode” in its Edge browser.

How To Know if a Website Is Safe To Use

this article, you will find some advice on how you can tell if a website you are visiting is safe. Please, do not treat this information lightly, as it can play a vital role in protecting your data! If you do not want to get scammed in the virtual world, read on.

Phishers tricking users via fake LinkedIn Private Shared Document

Phishers are trying to trick users into opening a "LinkedIn Private Shared Document" and sharing their login credentials.

What’s Going on With Apple’s iOS Security Flaws?

Apple is usually known for how much it values user privacy, and the lengths it goes to secure their data. Which is why pretty much everyone was surprised to hear that iOS actually had some serious vulnerabilities which hackers could have easily exploited. If this is the first time you’re hearing about this, we’ll tell […]

FBI Could use a Tool to Access Private Signal Messages on iPhones

The court has recently published a document that affirms that the FBI may have developed a tool to access the Signal messages on iPhones. As hackers are now targeting messaging apps

Agora SDK Bug Left Several Video Calling Apps Vulnerable to Snooping

A vulnerability in a popular video calling software development kit (SDK) could have allowed attackers to spy on video and audio calls.

A Sticker Sent On Telegram Could Have Exposed Your Secret Chats

A flaw in Telegram messaging app could have exposed users' secret messages, photos, and videos

Data of some 129,000 Singtel customers stolen in hack of third-party

SINGAPORE - The personal data of some 129,000 Singtel customers were extracted by hackers during the recent breach of a third-party file sharing system used by the telco.

Malaysia's biggest bank warns of fake Maybank website used by

SE Asia News -Users are being lured to the fake website through a promotional post on Facebook promising prizes.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Telegram privacy feature failed to delete self-destructing video files

Telegram has fixed a security issue where self-destructing audio and video recording were not being deleted from user's macOS devices as expected.

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