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Hackers Leaked 751GB Source Code Data of EA Games Including FIFA 21

Hackers claimed to have gained access to the data after buying authentication cookies for an EA internal Slack channel from a dark web marketplace called Genesis.

Update Your Chrome Browser to Patch New Zero‑Day Bug Exploited in the Wild

Patch the Google Chrome Web Browser to resolve a new zero-day vulnerability found in the wild

Apple announces new privacy features for Mail and Safari

At WWDC 2021, Apple announced new privacy features for their Mail app and the Safari web browser. Together, they will help users stay connected while also remaining as safe as possible.

Dark Web Getting Loaded With Bogus Covid-19 Vaccines and Forged Cards

Bogus COVID-19 test results, fraudulent vaccination cards, and questionable vaccines are emerging a hot commodity on the dark web in what's the latest in a long list of cybercrimes capitalizing on the coronavirus pandemic.

LastPass Android App Has Seven Trackers That Chase Users On Web

LastPass has no idea what these trackers in the Android app do. They emphasize the app shares no data with third-parties.

New Chrome 0-day Bug Under Active Attacks – Update Your Browser ASAP!

Google today rolled out fixes for yet another zero-day vulnerability in Chrome web browser that is being abused in the wild. Update Your Browser ASAP!

How To Know if a Website Is Safe To Use

this article, you will find some advice on how you can tell if a website you are visiting is safe. Please, do not treat this information lightly, as it can play a vital role in protecting your data! If you do not want to get scammed in the virtual world, read on.

Authorities Take Down the Worlds Largest Illegal Dark web Market Place

DarkMarket is one of the world's largest illegal market on the web, and recently, this market has been shut down by many countries

Privacy Focused Brave Browser Gained 8.7 million New Users in 12 months

The privacy-oriented web browser, Brave, has reported that it increased its monthly active users by 8.7 million compared to this time last year bringing the total count above 20 million. Brave also said that 7 million people are active on Brave every single day, up from 3 million last year. Both monthly active users and daily active users increased by 2.3 times over the last 12 months.

Singapore home cams hacked: Are web and mobile cameras secure?

What should people look out for when buying surveillance cameras? Find out the answers to the top five concerns surrounding web cams.

New PIN Verification Bypass Flaw Affects Visa Contactless Payments

Even as Visa issued a warning about a new JavaScript web skimmer known as Baka, cybersecurity researchers have uncovered a new flaw in the company's EMV enabled cards that enable cybercriminals to obtain funds and defraud cardholders as well as merchants illicitly.

Safari Bug Revealed After Apple Takes Nearly a Year to Patch

A security researcher disclosed details of an Apple Safari web browser security hole that could leak files with other browsers and applications and open the door to exploitation by attackers. The disclosure came only after Apple said it would delay patching the vulnerability for nearly a year.

Former Uber CSO Charged With Paying ‘Hush Money’ in 2016 Breach Cover-Up

A former Uber security executive has been charged for his role in the cover-up of a massive 2016 data breach, in which attackers accessed the company’s Amazon Web Services accounts and stole data associated with 57 million passengers and drivers.

Zoom web client outage prevents users from joining meetings

Zoom users are currently unable to join meetings and webinars through the Zoom web client and WebSDK, with the outage not impacting users joining through the Zoom application.

Google Chrome Browser Bug Exposes Billions of Users to Data Theft

A vulnerability in Google’s Chromium-based browsers would allow attackers to bypass the Content Security Policy (CSP) on websites, in order to steal data and execute rogue code. The bug (CVE-2020-6519) is found in Chrome, Opera and Edge, on Windows, Mac and Android – potentially affecting billions of web users.

LastPass adds new 'Security Dashboard' and dark web monitoring features for passwords

LastPass has announced that it is bringing a new 'Security Dashboard' for all users that helps them monitor passwords. It is also adding dark web monitoring for Premium, Families, and businesses.

WhatsApp launches new tool to help users spot fake news

WhatsApp has been updated with a new feature called 'Search the Web'. This tool lets users do a web search for links they have been sent and can potentially curb the spread of false information.

Incognito and private mode offer fewer protections than you think

Private mode browsing is a useful way to cover your online tracks. Just don't read too much into the word private.

Microsoft Edge now blocks abusive notifications to reduce web spam

Websites increasingly ask to send notifications about their new contents and notifications are also abused for advertisements or web scams. To address this webspam mess, Microsoft Edge 84 introduces a new notification request experience called quiet notification requests.

How secure is your web browser?

NSS Labs released the results of its web browser security test after testing Chrome, Edge, Mozilla Firefox, and Opera, for phishing and malware protection.

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