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IP Surveillance Bugs in Axis Gear Allow RCE, Data Theft

Three security vulnerabilities in Axis video products could open up the door to a bevy of different cyberattacks on businesses.

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.

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.

Bugs in Signal, Facebook, Google chat apps let attackers spy on users

Vulnerabilities found in multiple video conferencing mobile applications allowed attackers to listen to users' surroundings without permission before the person on the other end picked up the calls.

Stolen Fortnite Accounts Earn Hackers Millions Per Year

More than 2 billion breached Fortnite accounts have gone up for sale in underground forums so far in 2020 alone. Hackers are scoring more than a million dollars annually selling compromised accounts for the popular Fortnite video game in underground forums.

Telegram Launched Video Calls For Both iOS And Android

Following the COVID-19 pandemic scenario, Telegram has taken an important step that may serve as an alternate to Zoom. Many privacy savvy users may prefer to ditch Zoom for Telegram.

Microsoft Reveals New Innocent Ways Windows Users Can Get Hacked

Play an audio or video file, read a PDF, browse a website, receive an email message: Microsoft Patch Tuesday Reveals A Few Innocent Ways to Get Hacked. No worries thought, all you need to do is click on Start Menu | Settings | Security and Update, and install available updates.

Zoom Bug Allowed Snoopers Crack Private Meeting Passwords in Minutes

A new vulnerability in Zoom video conferencing software could have let attackers re-enable 'Zoom-Bombing' attacks by cracking Zoom meeting passwords in minutes.

A Massive Leak of Nintendo Source Code Is Causing Chaos in Video Games

The gigaleak. That’s the name retro enthusiast and amateur game developer Cosmo came up with when they realized the trove of secrets that had leaked out of Nintendo last week, which have dominated gaming’s attention ever since.

Telegram now lets users send 2GB files, adds profile videos, and more

The team behind Telegram has released version 6.3 of the app, making it possible to share files up to 2GB in size, set a profile video instead of a profile picture, among other enhancements.

Babylon Health admits GP app suffered a data breach

The video call app allowed some patients to see recordings of others' sessions with medics.

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