Security

WhatsApp, Telegram Team Invite User Searches Leaked Links

Invite links for WhatsApp and Telegram groups that may not be open to the public through simple searches on popular web search engines. Both companies have taken certain steps to protect user privacy, but more effort is needed to make connections completely undiscoverable by means of public searches, so that anyone can find them and…

New FRP Lock Removal Program for Android Samsung Bypass FRP

FRP (Factory Reset Protection), released by Google, is a new way to secure data on Android smartphones. Nearly all Android phones like Samsung, HTC, Google (Pixel and Nexus), Sony, Huawei and others feature FRP security. FRP prohibits others from attempting to reinstate your phone without your permission by triggering the lock on unauthorized access. This…

Avast Antivirus Sells Every search, Every buy on Every site.’ Included Home Depot, Google, Microsoft, Pepsi and McKinsey

The subsidiary of Avast antivirus offers ‘ Each quest. Each press. Every click. Every order. Every order. Home Depot, Facebook, Ibm, Pepsi and McKinsey were included among its consumers. Update: Avast announced on Thursday and after that investigation that it would immediately stop collecting the Jumpshot data and wind down operations of Jumpshot. The full…

Facebook Bug – A Bad Code Allowed Anyone to View Page Admin

Last week Facebook rushed to patch an error that exposed accounts of people who manage pages after several high-profile pages were exploited by their weakness. If the owner of a Facebook page edits a message, users may track changes using the’ See Edit History ‘ function. It function would inform the consumer precisely when a…

BlackBerry announces a solution to automotive safety

This week, BlackBerry unveiled a customized car solution to help OEMs improve the health and protection of cars. The plan seeks to provide the requisite basis for cars that are “future-proof,” as well as to help speed up production times and rising start-up costs. With the new solution at hand, and with the help of…

Canadian laboratory testing company pays the ransom to protect the compromised information

LifeLabs, a laboratory test company, confirmed Tuesday it charged a ransom to protect information for Canadians that was hacked at the end of October in a data breach. Hackers have accessed personal information from an unknown number of the 15 million Canadian users of the organization, primarily in Ontario and British Columbia. Health card numbers,…

UTM Vs Firewall Know the Difference in Selecting the Right Defense

The use of any form of firewall is an element of cyber security; it relates to device or network security and data security for any person or company. Today, we have the NGFW firewall, which helps to improve security. At the same time, the UTM (Unified Threat Management) tool is another alternative, a rather multi-purpose…

TOP 10 PHP Scanners of Vulnerability

Automation is the name of the game in today’s world. People expect a quicker way of doing the job, meeting deadlines and settling commitments. The same goes for the security industry, the profession of system manager and web developers; automation reduces the time to complete tasks. PHP, a well-known web development language, is a very…

Plundervolt Attack Uses Intel Chip Voltage to Steal Data

A recently reported attack targeting Intel processors uses CPU voltage changes to reveal data stored with Intel Software Guard Extensions (SGX). A group of researchers from University of Birmingham, UK; Graz University of Technology, Austria; and the imec-DistriNet Research Group of KU Leuven, Belgium, discovered the attack, known as the “Plundervolt” and followed as the…

Ryuk Ransomware Damage Large Files Updated

A recent update to the Ryuk ransomware has led to damage to large files that Emsisoft security researches warn that the malware has crypted. Initially discovered last year, the ransomware Ryuk has been used in public as well as private attacks and is typically used by exploiting existing malware in the target networks. Emsisoft says…