Security

New Mac Ransomware Spreading Through Pirated Apps

A new Mac ransomware has been discovered by folks at Malwarebytes. According to the report, it's a variant of "EvilQuest"...

Sony Is Offering $50,000 Reward To Find Bugs In PlayStation 4

To keep themselves ahead of malicious malware operators, companies usually launch a bug bounty program and pay ethical hackers to spot bugs. The latest company...

11 Best Free Android Antivirus Apps For 2020 – Keep Your...

As smartphones have become an inherent part of our lives, people no longer use them just for communication. Instead, they store most of their...

Massive Chrome Malware Campaign With 32 Million Downloads Exposed

Awake Security researchers uncovered a massive Chrome malware campaign intended to harvest user data. As per a Reuters report, it involved over 70 malicious...

Zoom Takes U-Turn, Enables E2E Encryption For Free Users But…

Zoom has finally agreed to provide free end-to-end encryption calls for all users. This announcement comes weeks after the video chat service said that...

Intel To Add Anti-Malware Hardware In Its Tiger Lake CPUs

Intel announced today that it will include its Control-Flow Enforcement Technology (CET) hardware-based protection to combat common malware, in its upcoming Tiger Lake mobile...

Hackers Could Access 38 Million Indian DigiLocker Accounts Without Password

The Indian Government has acknowledged that the secure document wallet service 'Digilocker' could have allowed hackers to bypass mobile OTP and sign in as...

Foreign Hackers Tried Hacking Trump, Biden’s Election Campaign

Hackers are trying their best to meddle with the upcoming US elections. According to a report by Google's Threat Analysis Group (TAG), foreign hackers...

Indian Developer Grabs $100,000 For Reporting ‘Sign in with Apple’ Flaw

Sign in with Apple is similar to other app login options such as "Sign in with Google" or Facebook; however, the difference is that...

GitHub Warns Developers About Malware- Spreading Java Projects

On Thursday, GitHub issued a warning about a new malware that's spreading through open-source NetBeans projects. The malware dubbed "Octopus Scanner" by security researchers...