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Teenager unearths macOS bug, says won't share details with Apple

Teenager unearths macOS bug, says won't share details with Apple

Linus Henze an 18-year old kid from Germany has discovered a bug that can get access to the keychain (the password management system) that is built into the macOS. But the researcher has decided to no... Read more

Google removes malicious apps from the Play Store

Google removes malicious apps from the Play Store

Google has been cracking down on malicious apps since 2017, culling these apps in heaps. The company has now pulled down as many as 29 camera and photo apps from the Play Store. Three of the apps amon... Read more

$190 million lost in Canadian cryptocurrency exchange

$190 million lost in Canadian cryptocurrency exchange

The users of QuadrigaCX, the Canadian cryptocurrency exchange, are in for some serious damage as they aren’t able to access most of their funds. According to sources, the reason behind this is q... Read more

Rubrik server compromised, client data leaks

Rubrik server compromised, client data leaks

The Palo Alto-based unicorn Rubik has had a cybersecurity lapse that has caused a massive leak of its client information. The database consisting of client information was running on a hosted Amazon E... Read more

Europol going after DDoS-for-hire-services users

Europol going after DDoS-for-hire-services users

In April 2018, Europol and its partners took down webstresser.org. Prior to the action taken by these law enforcement officials, webstresser.org was used by as many as 151,000 registered users. The we... Read more

FaceTime bug lets callers eavesdrop- before you take the call

FaceTime bug lets callers eavesdrop- before you take the call

The popular video chat app FaceTime has a bug that lets a caller listen in and see you while you contemplate taking a call (or not). The news of the existence of the bug has gone viral all over the so... Read more

Japan to hack IoT devices to make them secure

Japan to hack IoT devices to make them secure

A new law has been passed in Japan that will allow its government to hack into citizen’s IoT devices. The move by the Japanese government comes as the country has seen a sharp rise in attacks la... Read more