An attacker was able to siphon audio feeds from multiple Clubhouse rooms

An attacker demonstrated this week that Clubhouse chats are not secure, he was able to siphon audio feeds from “multiple rooms” into its own website While the popularity of the audio chatroom app Clubhouse continues to increase experts are questioning the security and privacy level it offers to its users. Recently the company announced it […]

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February 22, 2021
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Popular SHAREit app is affected by severe flaws yet to be fixed

Multiple vulnerabilities in the popular file-sharing app SHAREit have yet, to be addressed, experts from Trend Micro warned. SHAREit is a popular file-sharing Android app with more than one billion downloads, experts from Trend Micro discovered multiple unpatched vulnerabilities in its code. The vulnerabilities impact the Android version of SHAREit, a mobile app that allows users […]

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February 16, 2021
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Court documents show FBI could use a tool to access private Signal messages on iPhones

Court documents obtained by Forbes revealed that the FBI may have a tool that allows accessing private Signal messages on iPhones. Court documents related to a recent gun-trafficking case in New York and obtained by Forbes revealed that the FBI may have a tool to access private Signal messages. The documents revealed that encrypted messages can be intercepted from […]

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February 13, 2021
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Experts spotted two Android spyware used by Indian APT Confucius

Lookout researchers provided details about two Android spyware families employed by an APT group tracked as Confucius. Researchers at mobile security firm Lookout have provided details about two recently discovered Android spyware families, dubbed Hornbill and SunBird, used by an APT group named Confucius. Confucius is a pro-India APT group that has been active since […]

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February 11, 2021
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Matryosh DDoS botnet targets Android-Based devices via ADB

Netlab researchers spotted a new Android malware, dubbed Matryosh, that is infecting devices to recruit them in a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) botnet. On January 25, 2021, researchers at 360 netlab detected a suspicious ELF file, initially attributed to Mirai, but that later revealed his nature, a new bot tracked as Matryosh. “On January 25, 2021, […]

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February 4, 2021
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Google Chrome Tab Groups is the most Awaited Feature

The transition from stacked tab switching to grid layout wasn’t easy or welcomed by all users but Google rolled out grid layout about 2 years back and a year later Google revealed their plans on how they want to make it convenient for mobile users to organize and browse. Today they may have achieved that […]

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January 30, 2021
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Oscorp, a new Android malware targets Italian users

Researchers at the Italian CERT warns of new Android malware dubbed Oscorp that abuses accessibility services for malicious purposes. Researchers from security firm AddressIntel spotted a new Android malware dubbed Oscorp, its name comes from the title of the login page of its command-and-control server. Like other Android malware, the Oscorp malware trick users into granting […]

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January 29, 2021
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TikTok privacy issue could have allowed stealing users’ private details

A vulnerability in the video-sharing social networking service TikTok could have allowed hackers to steal users’ private personal information. Developers at ByteDance, the company that owns TikTok, have fixed a security vulnerability in the popular video-sharing social networking service that could have allowed attackers to steal users’ private personal information. Check Point researchers found a vulnerability in Find Friends […]

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January 26, 2021
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