U.S. Charges North Korean Spy Over Hacks

  The U.S. Bureau of Justice declares criminal allegations against a North Korean government spy regarding the 2017 worldwide WannaCry ransomware assault and the 2014 Sony Pictures Entertainment hack. As indicated by various government authorities refered to by the NY Times who know about the prosecution, the charges would be brought against Park Jin Hyok, …

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Patch Up!!! Microsoft Releases Software Updates for 17 Critical Vulnerabilities

Few moments ago, Software giant Microsoft released its latest monthly Patch updates for patching a total of 61 security flaws, 17 of which are rated as critical, 43 are rated Important, and one Moderate in severity. This month’s security updates patch vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows, Edge, Internet Explorer, MS Office, ChakraCore, .NET Framework, Microsoft.Data.OData, ASP.NET, and …

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Chrome Bug Allowed Hackers to Find Out Everything Facebook Knows About You

With the arrival of Chrome 68, Google noticeably denotes all non-HTTPS sites as ‘Not Secure’ on its program to make the web a more secure place for Internet clients. On the off chance that you haven’t yet, there is another huge motivation to quickly change to the most recent variant of the Chrome internet browser.

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Apple Forces Facebook VPN App Out of iOS Store for Stealing Users’ Data

Facebook yesterday removed its mobile VPN app called Onavo Protect from the iOS App Store after Apple declared the app violated the iPhone maker’s App Store guidelines on data collection. For those who are unaware, Onavo Protect is a Facebook-owned Virtual Private Network (VPN) app that was primarily designed to help users keep tabs on …

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Google Secretly Tracks What You Buy Offline Using Mastercard Data

Over a week after Google admitted the company tracks users’ location even after they disable location history, it has now been revealed that the tech giant has signed a secret deal with Mastercard that allows it to track what users buy offline. Google has paid Mastercard millions of dollars in exchange to access this information. …

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