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New Web-Based Credit Card Stealer Uses Telegram Messenger to Exfiltrate Data

Cybercriminal groups are using new web-based credit card stealer that leverages Telegram messenger to exfiltrate data

WinRAR Trial Version Bug Let Hackers Execute Arbitrary Code on Windows

A critical vulnerability that exists in the WinRAR file archiver has been detected recently by the security expert of Positive Technologies,

Microsoft Warns of TodayZoo Phishing Kit Used in Extensive Credential Stealing Attacks

Microsoft disclosed an "extensive series of credential phishing campaigns" that takes advantage of a custom phishing kit, dubbed "TodayZoo."

LINE App Admits Limited Mishandling Of Users’ Data

LINE regrets potential mishandling as it processed or stored data via servers in China and South Korea respectively.

VPN Exposes Data for 1M Users, Leading to Researcher Questioning

Experts warn that virtual private networks are increasingly vulnerable to leaks and attack.

Massive campaign uses YouTube to push password-stealing malware

Widespread malware campaigns are creating YouTube videos to distribute password-stealing trojans to unsuspecting viewers.

Smartphone counterespionage for travelers

If you’re traveling to a foreign country, especially one that’s hostile to your home country, here are five smartphone counterespionage tips.

Cambridge University pauses £400m UAE deal over spyware claim

Last week, the High Court found the ruler of Dubai ordered the hacking of the phone of his ex-wife.

Android data sharing remains significant, no opt-out available to users

An in-depth analysis of a range of popular Android mobile phones has revealed significant data collection and sharing.

WhatsApp rolls out iOS, Android end-to-end encrypted chat backups

​WhatsApp is rolling out end-to-end encrypted chat backups on iOS and Android to prevent anyone from accessing your chats, regardless of where they are stored.

Microsoft Hit with 2.4 Tbps DDoS Attack - Cyber Security News

Microsoft recently proclaimed that they have witnessed a 2.4 Tbps DDoS attack in August this year, and it's the largest attack ever recorded till now.

Sunderland University IT systems down in possible cyber attack

Sunderland University's website, IT and phones are down but teaching will continue if possible.

Vulnerability In LibreOffice, OpenOffice Allow Spoofing Digital Signatures

LibreOffice and OpenOffice have fixed the vulnerability with versions 7.0.5/7.1.1 and 4.1.11 respectively. Users to update manually.

Researcher Disclosed Telegram Vulnerability, Refused Bounty For Staying Quiet

A vulnerability in the self-destruct feature on Telegram for Android allowed retrieving deleted media from device cache. Bug fixed.

Windows 10 Patch Tuesday updates are now live

It's Patch Tuesday, and although this time around, the newest addition, Windows 11, also received updates, we must not forget that Windows 10 will still need those fixes for your sanity and stabilty.

Facebook’s Sufferings Continue As Instagram Goes Down Again In A Week

Right when Facebook assured service restoration, Instagram and other services went down for users for hours. Facebook has fixed the glitch.

Emergency Apple iOS 15.0.2 update fixes zero-day used in attacks

Apple has released iOS 15.0.2 and iPadOS 15.0.2 to fix a zero-day vulnerability that is actively exploited in the wild in attacks targeting Phones and iPads.

Facebook will soon let you take a break from its apps to focus on mental health

In less than a week after a Facebook ex-employee testified before Congress about internal research at the firm, Facebook's representative said that a "take a break" feature would soon be added.

Twitch Leak Included Emails, Passwords in Clear Text: Researcher

A researcher combed through the Twitch leak and found what they said was evidence of PayPal chargebacks with names and emails; employees' emails; and more.

6 Ways to Make Chrome More Secure From Cyber Threats

Chrome is one of the safest browsers out there. It actively protects users against malicious websites by notifying them of potential dangers, it has automatic updates, and it generally offers quite good data protection. However, no browser is secure enough for you not to take any extra measures. Pretty much all browsers (and Chrome is […]

Google to auto-enroll 150 million user accounts into 2FA

Google announced today that they plan on auto-enrolling 150 million accounts into two-factor authentication by the end of 2021.

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