Facebook says it’s sticking up for the little guys as it picks a fight with Apple, there are testing times on the trains, and Twitter takes a tip.
All this and much more is discussed in the latest edition of the award-winning “Smashing Security” pod…
Continue reading Smashing Security podcast #227: Phishing foul-up, Twitter tip jars, and Facebook’s Apple fury
68% of Americans plan to travel for leisure this summer, with 12% doing so internationally, a McAfee survey reveals. While 68% of U.S. consumers report that they are connected to more devices and digital activity since the start of the pandemic, roughl…
Continue reading Consumers aware of travel cyber risks, still not putting their digital wellness first
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A new type of fraud is spiking across the platform: Selling fake vax records to people who want to lie their way into places where proof of vaccine is required.
Continue reading Telegram Fraudsters Ramp Up Forged COVID-19 Vaccine Card Sales
Asset and security control management provider Panaseer on Wednesday announced a new $26.5 million round of funding, bringing the total investment in the company up to $43 million.
Continue reading Asset Discovery Provider Panaseer Raises $26.5 Million
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I load 120 hashes, save the session, and restore. When starting a recovery session, John sees less hash 106 john (did not pick up), John sees less hash after saving the session
Continue reading John sees less hash 106 [closed]
Argyle is paying workers to help hack payroll providers, researchers suspect.
Continue reading Gig Workers Paid $500 for Payroll Passwords
In 2020, Apple removed or rejected hundreds of thousands of applications from the App Store for engaging in various forms of fraudulent behavior, including spam, mischief, and privacy violations.
Continue reading Apple Removed 95,000 Fraudulent Applications From App Store in 2020
A German regulator on Tuesday slapped a three-month ban on Facebook collecting user data from WhatsApp accounts and referred the case to an EU watchdog, citing concerns about election integrity.
Continue reading Germany Halts Facebook Sharing WhatsApp Data
Chinese television maker Skyworth has issued an apology after a consumer found that his set was quietly collecting a wide range of private data and sending it to a Beijing-based analytics company without his consent. From a report: A network traffic an…
Continue reading Chinese TV Maker Skyworth Under Fire For Excessive Data Collection That Users Call Spying
GitHub adds support for FIDO2 security keys for Git over SSH to fend off account hijacking and further its plan to stick a fork in the security bane of passwords.
Continue reading GitHub Prepares to Move Beyond Passwords