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Android App Hacking Demonstrated by Researcher Through Intent

A security researcher was able to compromise an Android application by invoking every component of its exposed Activity. The problem, explains Therese Mendoza of Trustwave, is not widespread, but it does exist and it could be exploited by attackers to cause Android apps to leak sensitive information that could then be misused for further compromise….

Linux Ransomware: What You Need to Know to Stay Safe

Ransomware is a sophisticated form of file-encrypting malware that attacks the victim’s data and locks it. The attacker then demands that the victim pays a ransom ranging from hundreds to thousands of dollars so that his/her files can be restored. The main targets for ransomware creators are businesses, schools, hospitals, and various government institutions. The…

Google is Introducing New Updates to the Security System

With the introduction of Google Nest and support for more forms of security keys for iOS users, Google revealed this week extensions to the Advanced Safety Programm. Through the Advanced Protection Program the Internet search giant seeks to provide individuals at high risk of targeted attacks with the best possible Google Account protection. The program…

Strengthen Cybersecurity with These 3 Rapid Response Steps

Crises and outbreaks change us and society, with the most dramatic impact of the war against COVID-19 in recent memory. Every aspect of our existence is different, including new ways to work, communicate, do business and take care of ourselves and our families. The key is to learn from these experiences so that we can…

3 Ways Successful OT Protection Makes Your Business Possible

OT Networks are still a black box for security teams and do not provide telemetry for industrial settings to see and track Each business in the world relies on networks with operating technology (OT). Such networks are vital components of their business for nearly half of the Fortune 2000 – in industries like oil and…

Windows Hello-Based Payment Feature in Chrome

Windows Hello is a Windows 10-based biometric feature that allows users to authenticate iris scanning, facial recognition or PIN access to their devices, payment services, and apps. The web-based services also support Windows Hello sign-in mechanism, courtesy of FIDO2 protocol. Google is now rolling out a new server-side update in Chrome for Windows 10 that…

Download Google Chrome Offline Installer

Google Chrome is the world’s most popular browser, but its default installer will not work if you’re not connected to the Internet or can’t reach their servers. This is where an offline installer from Google Chrome comes into play, as it includes all the files that the user wants to load. Google Chrome normally offers…

Data Leak Hits Unemployment Program in Florida

Some residents of Florida who made jobless claims may have had personal data stolen, officials said Thursday. Agency spokeswoman Paige Landrum said in an email that the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity has contacted 98 people who were part of a data breach connected with jobless claims. When the breach happened, officials didn’t know how…

How to Remove Watermark Online From Images

It’s quite difficult to get rid of watermarks from any image until you know the best way to do the same. If you’re willing to remove watermark from an online image then this article will help. We described here How to Remove Watermark Online From Images. This article lists the top 3 online tools to…

Chrome 83 Offers Improved Mobile Browsing, New Security and Privacy Controls

Google published Chrome 83 this week to the stable channel with patches for a total of 38 bugs, enhanced Safe Browsing support, and revised security and privacy controls. The newly introduced Enhanced Safe Browsing protection in Chrome is intended to provide users with a higher degree of security while browsing the web, by increasing protection…