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Android security flaw enable attackers to send malware

Android security flaw enable attackers to send malware

Security researchers at ERNW have discovered a new vulnerability called ‘BlueFrag’ that lets attackers send malware to steal data from mobiles that are nearby. Experts have warned users to... Read more

Google's parent Alphabet built a tool to detect deepfake videos

Google's parent Alphabet built a tool to detect deepfake videos

Google’s parent company Alphabet has built a new free tool called Assembler to help understand if a photo is real or fake. The new security tool can be used by journalists and fact-checkers to f... Read more

Google sent private videos to strangers via Google Photos

Google sent private videos to strangers via Google Photos

Google Photos is one of the most useful apps from Google offering unlimited backup of photos and videos. But not many users know about an app called Google Takeout that helps users to download all the... Read more

Google introduces OpenSK to make 2FA security keys

Google introduces OpenSK to make 2FA security keys

Google has been making tides in the mobile security arena for a while and they’ve been experimenting with security keys. Security keys like “Titan” are fully capable of integrating w... Read more

Microsoft launches bug bounty program worth $20,000 for Xbox

Microsoft launches bug bounty program worth $20,000 for Xbox

Microsoft will pay you $20,000 if you can find a security threat in the Xbox live. The company has announced a bug bounty program for Xbox Live networks and services and the payout will be dependent o... Read more

Avast is putting an end to Jumpshot amidst controversy

Avast is putting an end to Jumpshot amidst controversy

Many reports have been written on how Avast allegedly collected data on many users and sent it to its analytics business, Jumpshot. It is being said that Jumpshot in turn offered to sell this informat... Read more

Facebook to pay $550 million over privacy violation

Facebook to pay $550 million over privacy violation

A class-action lawsuit was filed against Facebook for alleged violation of an Illinois consumer privacy law early in 2015 and now the social media giant has agreed to pay over $550 million to settle i... Read more