The UK government is working on passing the Online Safety Bill to protect users, especially children, from being exposed to harmful content and hate speech.
New FragAttacks Security Vulnerabilities Target ALL Devices Using Internet: Do These to Prevent WiFi Flaws
Right now, your device could be at risk from the new FragAttacks security vulnerabilities. Here's what you need to do.
Amazon raffle scams via SMS are swarming people's inboxes. The company tagged along with the message is now attempting to combat the scheme. Thus, it sued several individuals in federal court in hopes to unmask the 50 bad actors.
A certain teen's death now leads to Snapchat suspending certain anonymous Q&A apps like LMK and Yolo.
Ransomware Gang Leaks Highly Sensitive Psych Assessment of Washington D.C. Police, Vows to Expose More
The ransomware gang that hacked the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) published sensitive data of more than two dozen officers on Tuesday. The former vowed to expose all info if the demand is not met.
Colonial Pipeline Ransomware Attack: Gas Shortage is Coming Says CEO, Darkside Steals 100GB Worth of Data
Colonial Pipeline has suffered from ransomware and gas shortage is one of its major problems says CEO.
2021 Messaging Apps Privacy Ranking: Facebook Messenger, Signal, and More; Sensitive Data They Could Collect
Facebook Messenger, Signal, and other messaging apps are currently essential. Here are their 2021 Privacy Rankings.
New Android Banking Malware TeaBot Forces Victims to Provide Bank Account Permissions—Disguising as VLC Media Player
Security researchers discovered a new malware that can force Android users to provide bank account permissions.
Microsoft 365 is a very useful tool for businesses, but at the same time, unsafe. This is after Egress released a report that 85% of its users suffered a data breach.
The recent Apple ransomware attack, which exposed schematics of the Macbook, turns out to help repair shops recover lost data.
Is the internet safe? 19,000 terabytes were found sitting ducks online!
UK's cybercrime watchdog, the NCSC (National Cyber Security Center said that the scams during the pandemic are 15 times more rampant compared to the previous year.
Details of the biggest iPhone hack ever have surfaced at the 'Fortnite' trial, which exposed exact numbers of users affected by the 'XCodeGhost' Malware.
'Panda Stealer' Malware Targets Cryptocurrencies like BTC, Ether to Loot via Clickable Links in Discord, Emails
Beware! A new tactic is used to steal cryptocurrencies, and it is through the Panda Stealer malware.
Google is taking a step forward in the security of its users. It announced on its blog that it would automatically enroll everyone in two-factor authentication.
Hacked WhatsApp Accounts Used by Scammers to Leach Donations Pretending to Buy Oxygen Machines for India
Scammers are now using hacked WhatsApp accounts to leach out donations pretending to buy oxygen masks for victims of the coronavirus in India.
Google Play reportedly notifies Android users when certain apps are collecting their data.
Could the Apple AirTag anti-stalker measures be ineffective? Here's why a report thinks so.
New Tesla Crash in Fontana Sees 1 Dead, 2 Injured as EV Slams Person Helping Truck Driver: '40% Safer' Allegedly Flawed?
A Tesla crash in Fontana took the life of one man as the vehicle crashed into both a good samaritan and a truck driver that needed help. Could safety data be false?
iOS 14.5 App Tracking Transparency Guide: Here's How to Use it on New and Already-Installed Applications
Thanks to iOS 14.5's ATT feature, you can now protect your application's privacy. Here's how to use it.
Massive DDoS Attack Targets Belnet: Hackers Constantly Change Tactics to Disrupt More Than 200 Organizations
Security experts reveal that a massive DDoS attack is targeting the Belgian parliament, government, and more. This is a serious malicious act.
Scripps Health now forces its employees to use offline chart systems after being hit by a massive cyberattack.
Your old phone number may be exposed to privacy, security risks, and, at worst, hacking after mobile carriers recycle it, research reveals.
Three Newly Discovered Spectre Vulnerabilities in Modern AMD, Intel CPUs Might be 'Too Difficult' to Fix, Researchers Reveal
Experts recently discovered three new vulnerabilities affecting the micro-op cache of the modern Intel and AMD CPUs.
Microsoft Finds Memory Allocation Code Security Flaw Could Lead to Hijacking: Tons of Devices at Risk
Microsoft warns the public about a major security flaw in some memory allocation codes. Here's how serious it is.
A group of security analysts has discovered FiveHands ransomware attacking SonicWall.
The ransomware cases are escalating, so government officials and industry officials are working on builting a cryptocurrency regulation to catch online scammers.
Signal could protect your iPhone, even when you are not using it. Here's what experts discovered.
The newly-discovered malware is believed to have been deployed by the CIA as early as 2014 and is capable of executing commands against its infected host.
Russia Hits Apple With $12 Million Fine for Antitrust Violation Allegedly 'Worsened Conditions for Competitors'
The Russian Federal Antimonopoly Service is fining Apple $12 million for antitrust violations.
A new simple hack has been found by a security researcher that is capable of penetrating the macOS through an Apple vulnerability.
Researchers have reportedly discovered an Apple vulnerability in the AirDrop which could give user's phone numbers and email addresses to "any hacker."
A certain person was sentenced for illegally running a business that sold stolen credentials for access to Netflix, Spotify, and Hulu.
Right now, the internet is not 100% safe to access. Here's how you can delete 99% of your digital footprint.
Amazon AirPods Raffle Scam: Your Account and Financial Data Could be at Risk; Here's How to Avoid It
A new scam in disguise of Amazon AirPods Raffle is allegedly targeting your account and financial data. Here's what you need to do.
New Phone House Cyberattack Targets Around 13 Billion Consumers: Bank Account Numbers Possibly Leaked
Phone House is currently at risk of a massive cyberattack. More than 13 billion consumers could be affected.
EA Play is warning its users that phishing scams are getting more popular involving accounts posing as fake customer support.
A certain app that notifies its user every time the military launches unmanned drone attacks is having problems making it to Apple App Store.
Australia Extremist Issue: Social Media Platforms Extend Help to Policymakers, Law Enforcers in Eradicating Terrorism Promotion
Extremist activities online are spreading in Australia. Social media platforms now want to help Australian experts, policymakers, and law enforcement agencies to stop these harmful movements online.
Apple is threatened with a leak of its files that were obtained from a ransomware attack on a known manufacturer.
Lawmakers Propose Bill to Ban Law Enforcement Data Collection | 'The Fourth Amendment Is Not For Sale Act'
Lawmakers are now proposing a bill to stop law enforcement from buying data being collected online noting the Fourth Amendment is not for sale.
Signal CEO Hacks Cellebrite, a Security Firm Used by the Police for Investigations, to Prove a Point
Signal CEO hacks Cellebrite and goes out as a legend, proving its flawed system.
Tinder is blaming Google and Apple for allowing underaged dating app users to download the app despite knowing they are under 18.
Chinese Hackers Allegedly Targets the US, International Gov. Agencies Via Pulse Secure VPN Devices' Flaw
FireEye's security experts claimed that several Chinese hackers are targeting the U.S. and international government agencies. Is it serious?
Apple Supplier Quanta Is The Latest Victim of Hackers, Threatens to Leak Blueprints If $50M Ransom Isn't Paid
Right after Apple's Spring Loaded Event, Quanta, the company's manufacturing partner, was targeted by a ransomware group and stole blueprints of Apple's soon to be launched products.
Instagram works with anti-discrimination and anti-bullying organizations to collect a list of harmful and harassing words and phrases.
Signal announces the difference in its service in comparison to other big tech apps. "Signal knows nothing."
Cybercriminals take advantage of Microsoft's announcement urging people to download apps from its official website store by creating a fake website.
Facebook Tagging Issue is Phishing Scam, Clicking Malicious Video Could Trigger Malware: How to Solve This?
Facebook encounters a new form of malware attack through tagging several people upon clicking a malicious video of a woman.
Geico reported that hackers targeted its website and stole the driver's licence information of its customers. Authorities believe it will be used to apply for unemployment benefits.
WhatsApp Group Promotes TikTok April 24 Trend and Has a Name List for Targets: Police Now Investigates It
The so-called TikTok April 24 trend is currently being promoted by a WhatsApp group. Police say they even have a name list for their targets.
Police Will Serve Warrants to Investigate the Recent Tesla Crash in Texas to See if Autopilot was Enabled
The police are set to use warrants in order to investigate the recent Tela crash in Texas to find out whether or not autopilot was really on.
April 24 TikTok Trend Shines on social media for the wrong reasons, reporting it would do victims justice.
An Apple insider claimed that Apple App Store currently has security flaws. Is it still safe to use an iPhone or iPad?
Edward Snowden sells an NFT of himself and pages of the US Court of Appeals decision to rule NSA's widespread private phone call surveillance unconstitutional.
Millions of Internet-Connected Devices Need to be Patched After Vulnerability Issue, Singaporean CSA Alarms
Singaporean cybersecurity authority has reported that over 100 million internet-linked devices are vulnerable to the Name: Wreck, a group of vulnerabilities that install malware to the device.
Users can now avail themselves of free 50GB of cloud storage for Huawei devices. 500,000 users are infected by the Joker Malware.
Twitch has spotted 7.5 million bots being used by channels to buy views and increase viewership and following numbers.
NBA Attacked with Alleged Ransomware 500 GB of Houston Rockets Data Stolen Including Contracts and More
The NBA's Houston Rockets were recently hit by ransomware that had allegedly stolen 500GB of Houston Rockets data which includes financial data, NDAs, and more.
Check Point Mobile Security Report 2021 Claims 93% of Cyber Attacks Originate in Device Network: 4 Out of 10 Mobiles, Vulnerable
Check Point's 2021 Mobile Security Report warns the public that four out of ten mobile devices are vulnerable to cyber attacks.
WhatsApp flaw can be used by attackers in order to block out the original owner's account. Here's how they are doing so.
New WhatsApp Scam Only Needs Your Phone Number: Experts Say It Works Even If You Have 2FA & Here's What You Need to Do
A new WhatsApp hack targets users' phone numbers. With this, scammers can completely lock you out from your account, even if you use 2FA.
Clubhouse Says Data Leak Reports Are Misleading: There Was No 'Breach or Hack,' User Data Accesible via App
Clubhouse officials are throwing off the misconception that it was hacked, clarifies that those are information available onliine.
APKPure App Malware Bombards Users with Ads and Paid Subscriptions: How to Fix This in 3.17.19 Version?
APKPure store app encounters a new malware from its adware. The virus has already infected the users and was known to create ads and paid subscriptions.
1.3 million Clubhouse users now have their information put up online including names, photos, and even who invited them.
DuckDuckGo Announced it Will Block Google's Replacement for Third-Party Cookies Due to Privacy Concerns
DuckDuckGo is known for protecting the privacy of phone users and has always been against online ad businesses that gathers information. Now Google introduced a new extension for ads and DuckDuckGo wants to prevent its launch.
A fake Netflix called FlixOnline was removed by Google on Play Store after reports stated that it was a malware posing as an app. Unfortunately, the fake app was already downloaded 500 times.
One of the reasons why people would prefer not to answer unknown calls is that there is no way of knowing if the call is dangerous. There could be a way to fix this.
LinkedIn Malware Targets Job Hunters as 'More_Egg' Continues Spearfishing; Likelihood of Attack Increases
Job hunters' curiosity would lead them to any site to view the offer, but beware as LinkedIn is plagued with the More_egg malware.
US Economic Blacklist Finds Chinese Supercomputers Linked to Military Weapons: They Possibly Collect Sensitive Info
The U.S. economic blacklist discovered some Chinese supercomputers allegedly collecting sensitive data. Here are other details.
With numerous hackings and malware issues reported, businesses need to be more strict when it comes to protect their devices. However, Microsoft learned from a recent survey that it is not the case.
Facebook Does Not Plan on Notifying Users of Data Hack, Social Media Had No 'Full Visibility' on the Attack
Facebook plans to keep everything under wraps, and decides not to address the issues despite the 500 million user data breach.
Ransomware Demands Two Bitcoins: Attack Disguises as Security Software Exploiting VPN Weakness, Two Manufacturing Plants Down
Cybercriminals are asking to be paid in Bitcoin after using ransomware to shut down two manufacturing plants due to a VPN weakness.
Some U.S. law enforcement agencies are allegedly using Clearview AI's tool. This tech can search your face without your knowledge and consent.
Rust programming now enters the Android Open Source Project for the development of the OS. What are the advantages of using it over other languages?
Cybercriminals are now targetting those desperate looking for jobs online through a new phishing campaign scam.
Ubisoft has closed a deal with GameBlocks in order to strengthen the security of the server. It is to help minimize game cheaters.
Facebook Data Breach 2021's Explanation, Leaked Files' Content: Creating Perfect Password— Here's How
Facebook surprised its users after a massive data breach happened. Here's what the leaked files contain and how to generate the perfect password.
Janaleiro: Banking Trojan Responsible for Cyberattacking Corporations in Brazil, Is Finally Discovered
The new threat named Janeleiro deceives its victims with pop-up windows made to look like websites. The Trojan mimics the biggest banks in Brazil.
533M Facebook Users Fall Victim to Hacking; Hacker Publishes Phone Numbers, Steals their Personal Data
Facebook is under fire after it was discovered that a hacker easily posted the personal information of 533 users online, making them vulnerable to scams.
Snapchat Spectacles to Support Lens AR Effects— App Admits Planning to Evade Apple's New Privacy Rules
Snapchat is currently active as it conducts new research to avoid Apple's new security policy and to release Spectacles' new Lens AR effects support.
Apple's Safari allegedly blocks websites that mention the "Asian" word, such as Asian food and more. New iPhone and iPad updates said to fix the controversial settings.
Chinese Hackers Sell Thousands of Private Videos from Security Cameras--Clips Come at Different Packages
In February, it was reported that over 8,000 clips were already shared in social media groups. The Chinese hackers acquired the videos by stealing cameras from private homeowners.
An Apple user accuses App Store of allowing a fake application still his Bitcoin. Use this guide to spot fake apps.
Google Chrome Incognito is accused of allowing websites to track users' search history. This new browser might be your best option.
Parliament House in Australia Falls Victim to Hackers, Cyber Security Chiefs Cut IT Access to Protect Against Cyber Attack
The Parliament House and its members has fallen victim to hackers this weekend. The government suspects foreign hackers, investigation is still ongoing.
Mariam Thompson pled guilty to providing national defense information to a foreign government. She worked as a contract linguist in Iraq for the United States military
Apple Forces Users to Install iOS 14.4.2, iPadOS 14.4.2, and watchOS 7.3.3 Over Possibility of Webkit Vulnerability
The latest update addresses an actively exploited vulnerability that could significantly compromise a users' security.
Hack Microsoft, receive money, and no criminal charges are given to you.
A group of Chinese hackers was caught after spying on Uyghurs who are living in the United States. Facebook claims they secretly install spying software.
Gun owners are currently in trouble after hackers breached Guns.com's system. The attackers leaked their IDs, hashed passwords, and other details on Dark Web.
UK's FatFace Massive Breach: Company Sends Discreet Email to Customers, Asks to Keep it 'Confidential'
Despite the company losing sensitive information and details of its customers, they still would not want to disclose the hack.
US Navy Offers $1 Million to Anyone Who Can Breach Its System— Most Common Hacking Methods; How to Join
The U.S. Navy launches its latest HACKtheMACHINE program. Here's how to join.
Microsoft Exchange Servers Get Hacked--Company Publishes Mitigation Technique to Stop Chained Attack
Microsoft Exchanger Servers are reportedly attacked by malware called "Black Kingdom." How did the company solve the issue?
Amazon Drivers Forced to Use Biometric Monitoring or Else Lose Their Jobs: Cameras to Monitor Fatigue and Unsafe Driving
Amazon drivers are now forced to consent to biometric monitoring or risk losing their jobs. The cameras will record the driver's fatigue and instances of unsafe driving.
Microsoft Windows 10 Update to Share Your Internet History; Visited Websites, Searches, and More-- How to Prevent It
Microsoft confirmed that it will soon share your internet history. If you are hiding something, here's you can protect your searchers.
China will begin banning mini-applications in Alipay and WeChat. Creators of these mini-apps have been taking excessive amounts of data that is unacceptable.