Top 5 Tips To Protect Your Webcam From Hackers
Millions of us are constantly adding IoT devices to our homes – digital speakers, security cameras, and smart doorbells, to say nothing about all the connected clocks, thermostats, lights, and more. Each one of these is an attack surface, and we are only increasing the number of targets we offer hackers with each device we add. Of all these devices though, perhaps the most common target is the webcam.
Two Vulnerabilities Patched In Facebook For WordPress Plugin
This flaw made it possible for unauthenticated attackers with access to a site’s secret salts and keys to achieve remote code execution through a deserialization weakness.
PUBG Mobile Completes 1 Billion Downloads Globally
PUBG Mobile announced that it has surpassed 1 billion accumulated downloads outside China, making it one of the most successful games worldwide.
IT Contractor Sentenced To Two Years For Deleting Carlsbad Company’s Microsoft User Accounts
According to court documents, Kher was employed by an information technology consulting firm from 2017 through May 2018. In 2017, the consulting firm was hired by the Carlsbad Company to assist with its migration to a Microsoft Office 365 (MS O365) environment. In response, the consulting firm sent its employee, Kher, to the company’s Carlsbad headquarters to assist with the migration.
12 Most Common Bad Habit On The Internet That You Should Stop RIGHT NOW!
Many internet users are negligent and careless when it comes to their security online. Doing a little online shopping while using free public Wi-Fi. Downloading files from sketchy websites. And, of course, creating easy-to-guess passwords. So here’s a helpful list of the top 12 most common bad online habits you should stop ASAP.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s First Tweet Sold For $2.9 Million As An NFT
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey sold his first tweet as an NFT for the weirdly specific figure of $2,915,835.47.
Brazil Fines Apple $2M For Not Including Charger In iPhone 12 Box
Brazilian consumer watchdog has fined Apple $2 million for not including a charger in the newly-launched iPhone 12 series. Procon-SP says Apple engaged in “misleading advertising, selling a device without the charger and unfair terms.”
PC Giant Acer Hit By $50 Million Ransomware Attack
PC giant Acer has been hit by a REvil ransomware attack where the threat actors are demanding the largest known ransom to date, $50 Million
Instagram, WhatsApp, And Facebook Messenger Are Fully Functional Now After A Major Outage
The social media giant Facebook has resolved a major outage affecting Instagram, WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, and other Facebook services on Friday.
People Lost Over $4.2 Billion To Cybercrime In 2020: FBI
The FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center has released its annual report. The 2020 Internet Crime Report includes information from 791,790 complaints of suspected internet crime—an increase of more than 300,000 complaints from 2019—and reported losses exceeding $4.2 billion.
YouTube Will Now Warn Creators About Copyright Issues Before Videos Are Posted
YouTube is rolling out a new step in the upload process on Studio desktop called “Checks” – which will automatically screen your uploads for potential copyright claims and ad suitability restrictions.
Wikimedia To Launch A Commercial Product For Tech Giants
The Wikimedia Foundation, which operates the Wikipedia project in more than 300 languages as well as other wiki-projects, is announcing the launch of a commercial product, Wikimedia Enterprise.
Several Vulnerabilities Patched In Tutor LMS Plugin
The first five flaws made it possible for authenticated attackers to inject and execute arbitrary SQL statements on WordPress sites. This made it possible for attackers to obtain information stored in a site’s database, including user credentials, site options, and other sensitive information.
Privacy-Focused Messaging App ‘Signal’ Stops Working In China
Signal had been downloaded close to 510,000 times on iOS in China, and has been downloaded 100 million times worldwide on the App Store and Google Play combined, according to data company Sensor Tower.
Microsoft Released Update To Fix Crashing Issue While Printing
Microsoft has released an updates to fix an issue causing blue screens when printing to network printers after installing the March 2021 cumulative updates.
Twitter Accidentally Limits Users Who Tweeted ‘Memphis’
The microblogging site Twitter said it accidentally limited users accounts that tweeted the word “Memphis.”
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