Security

Microsoft Defender antivirus software is coming to iOS and Android

Microsoft announces its plans to bring Defender antivirus software to Android and iOS. The antivirus is expected to be available for both platforms later this year. In the cybersecurity world, malware-ridden apps and various vulnerabilities are exploiting iOS and Android phones. Microsoft believes backing...

ToTok is removed from App Store and Google Play for spying

A fast and so-called secure video and messaging app ToTok recognized as a spy tool from the United Arab Emirates, according to American intelligence assessment officials and the New York Times on 22 December 2019. ToTok launched a few months ago, has fascinated millions of...

WhatsApp bug allows hackers to crash the app with one message

WhatsApp, owned by Facebook, has fixed a severe security bug that could let a hacker crash the messaging app in a group chat and make the users use further only after reinstalling. The attack would prevent users from returning to the group chat. Moreover,...

Big flaw in Android Camera lets hackers spy users secretly

A security research team found several vulnerabilities, CVE-2019-2234, in the camera app of Pixel 2 XL and Pixel 3 smartphones. All of these became possible due to the vulnerability that allows an intruder to bypass the user's permission. After the further probe, the team...

Hackers won $60,000 in Zero-Day Initiative; targeting Amazon Echo

In a hacking contest Pwn2Own, the team of two whitehat hackers, has named the title in reward to hack Amazon Echo. Team Fluoroacetate, consisting of Amat Cama and Richard Zhu, has bagged $60,000 after hacking an Alexa-powered smart display, Amazon Echo Show 5. The bug in...

Amazon’s Ring doorbell allows hackers to access WiFi

Researchers have identified a vulnerability in Ring doorbells that revealed the passwords for the WiFi networks to which they were connected. Ring, which was acquired by Amazon after paying $1 billion in February 2018, is an outdoor home security company that provides homeowners a...

Former Twitter employees caught spying for Saudi Arabia

Two former workers of Twitter have been charged for obtaining personal account information on the behalf of the government in Saudi Arabia, reported by Washington Post. Most of the users were critics of the Saudi Arabian regime. According to the charges leveled by U.S....

Adobe Creative Cloud user records are exposed

Adobe left with the private information of approximately 7.5 million users exposed. The exposed record included email addresses, account creation dates, subscribed products, payment statuses, member ID’s, last time since the last login, country locations, and whether the user is an Adobe employee...

Google Pixel 4 is no more secure until its next update πŸ‘ŽπŸ»

Google launched its latest phone version that will be available in the market on the 24th of October. While testing, It was observed by a journalist from BBC that the mobile’s face detection feature can allow you to access the phone despite your...

Apple starts sending Safari browsing data to Chinese Tencent

It seems Apple is more inclined towards China. It removed Taiwan flag emoji from iOS in Hong Kong soon after the launch of iOS 13.*. Now, Apple has also started to share safe browsing data of its official browser to a Chinese tech...

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Augmented Reality is no longer folklore but is now being incorporated into various industries such as retail and manufacturing. Researchers are spending funds on the expansion of AR to keep...