Microsoft Releases The First Official Windows 11 ISOs
Microsoft has finally released the first official ISOs for Windows 11. You can use these ISOs to do a clean installation or in-place upgrade.
5 Reasons Why You Should Use A Professional Email Address
As a business owner, you can get a personalized email address without paying an arm and a leg. Many domain name companies allow you to add an email option when purchasing your domain. Sometimes they will even offer you a free email address and account.
BadAlloc Vulnerability Affecting BlackBerry QNX RTOS: CISA
BadAlloc is a collection of vulnerabilities affecting multiple RTOSs and supporting libraries. A remote attacker could exploit CVE-2021-22156 to cause a denial-of-service condition or execute arbitrary code on affected devices.
SEC Charges Pearson $1M For Misleading Investors About Cyber Breach
The Securities and Exchange Commission announced that Pearson plc, a London-based public company that provides educational publishing and other services to schools and universities, agreed to pay $1 million to settle charges that it misled investors about a 2018 cyber intrusion involving the theft of millions of student records, including dates of births and email addresses, and had inadequate disclosure controls and procedures.
Hacker Claims To Steal Data Of 100 Million T-Mobile Customers
The stolen data allegedly contains the data for approximately 100 million T-Mobile customers and can include customers’ IMSI, IMEI, phone numbers, customer names, security PINs, Social Security numbers, driver’s license numbers, and date of birth.
Facebook Finally Rolls Out End-To-End Encryption For Voice And Video Calls
The social media giant Facebook is adding end-to-end encryption for voice and video calls in Messenger.
Hacker Returns Stolen Crypto Worth Over $610 Million
Hackers behind one of the biggest ever digital coin heists have now returned over half of the $610 million-plus they stole, the cryptocurrency platform targeted by the hack said on Thursday.
FlyTrap Android Malware Hijacks Thousands Of Facebook Accounts
t least 140 countries since March 2021 and has spread to over 10,000 victims through social media hijacking, third-party app stores, and sideloaded applications.
Authorities In China Initiate A Lawsuit Against Tencent Over WeChat’s ‘Youth Mode’
The lawsuit was initiated by Beijing’s Haidian District People’s Procuratorate against Shenzhen Tencent Computer Systems Co Ltd, according to a filing posted on JCRB.com, a website run by China’s top prosecutor.
Freshly Disclosed Vulnerability CVE-2021-20090 Bypass Authentication On Millions Of Routers
CVE-2021-20090 is a path traversal vulnerability that leads to an authentication bypass. When exploited, the attacker can take over control of the affected device.
Apple Is Rolling Photo Checking System On Country-By-Country Basis
Tech giant Apple will roll out a system for checking photos for child abuse imagery on a country-by-country basis, depending on local laws, the company said on Friday.
CISA Launches New Initiative To Combat Ransomware
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has officially unveiled the Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative (JCDC), a new effort to combat ransomware attacks by expanding info sharing between the public and private sectors, with Amazon, Google and Microsoft all signing onto the initiative.
TikTok Is Testing A Snapchat-Style Stories Feature
The new feature, simply called “TikTok Stories,” appears to work similarly to other stories functions on apps like Instagram or Snapchat.
WhatsApp Launches Its ‘View Once’ Disappearing Photos And Videos
Facebook-owned WhatsApp is rolling out its “View Once” feature, which deletes photos or videos from your chat after they’ve been opened by the recipient.
Microsoft Announces The General Availability Of Windows 365
Microsoft’s Windows 365 Cloud PC service is now generally available, allowing businesses to deploy Windows 10 desktops in the cloud for prices ranging between $24 and $162 per device.
Zoom Agrees To Pay $85M To Settle Privacy Suit
Zoom has agreed to pay $85 million to settle a class-action lawsuit in the US that accused the platform of sharing users’ data with third-party digital platforms without their consent and failing to stop zoombombings.
How To Block Unwanted Site From Your Router
At some point, you might want to block certain websites, permanently or temporarily. You might be a parent or a business manager that wants to hide dangerous, unproductive, or inappropriate sites from your children/employees. Alternatively, you may be a self-employed worker who needs to control their own productivity.
UC San Diego Health Discloses Data Breach After Cyber Attack
UC San Diego Health has disclosed a data breach after the compromise of some employees’ email accounts.
No More Ransom Saves Nearly €1 Billion In Ransomware Payments In 5 Years
The No More Ransom project celebrates its fifth anniversary after helping over six million ransomware victims recover their files and saving them almost €1 billion in ransomware payments.