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Block’s Cash App loses customer data to former staff

Abeerah Hashim Last Updated: April 10, 2022
Block Inc. reported a breach of customer data on Cash App, its payments service application. The incident took place on…
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Borat malware poses triple threats in a single package

Nwachukwu Glory Last Updated: April 6, 2022
A recent Borat Remote Access Trojan ‘RAT’ possesses enormous potential for high destructive abilities. Besides the usual remote accessing capacities,…
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Worldwide cyberwar break out possibility after the Russian invasion of Ukraine

Ali Qamar Last Updated: February 26, 2022
Russian expertise in digital warfare is so well acknowledged around the globe that it’s been a debating point over the…
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ProtonMail upgrades to V4 as privacy tech keeps attracting masses

Abeerah Hashim Last Updated: March 20, 2023
Protonmail is a relatively new secure email service based in Switzerland that offers full encryption to its users. Even better,…
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Uber-investor backed Airlift fixes OTP vulnerability in its e-commerce store

Ali Qamar Last Updated: March 31, 2021
AirLift is a Pakistani decentralized urban mass transit startup backed by San Francisco-based First Round Capital, which also is an…
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Popular travel apps are exposing sensitive data of millions of users, report

Ali Qamar Last Updated: March 16, 2021
Many of the widely-used ride-sharing and other travel apps out there have major server-side security vulnerabilities. PrivacySavvy research team discovered…
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Data of 21 million users from 3 popular free mobile VPNs advertised for sale online

Nwachukwu Glory Last Updated: March 16, 2021
A hot deal turned sour after a hacker successfully stole details of more than 21 million free mobile VPN users.
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Facebook, Google, Amazon, and Apple face stalwart privacy decisions pipeline in the EU

Thuranira John Kobia Last Updated: February 28, 2021
The European Union’s privacy regulator expects to streamline its enforcement against big tech companies. It aims at making big decisions…
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Chinese-affiliated APT31 reportedly copied and reuse the NSA hacking code

Thuranira John Kobia Last Updated: March 18, 2023
APT31, a Chinese-affiliated hacker group, cloned and used the National Security Agency (NSA) spyware code. According to the Israeli cybersecurity…
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Billions of SHAREit app users at risk of getting their private information exposed

Waqas Sattar Last Updated: February 21, 2021
Cybersecurity researchers from Trend Micro, Echo Duan, and Jesse Chan have detected many RCE vulnerabilities in the famous Android application,…
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