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Zoom Hacked

Remote Workers Using This Software Got Hacked!

As the media talks about the explosive growth of online conferencing software and its adoption by schools and casual users they have focused on the embarrassing mistakes which led to uninvited guests making unwanted appearances during online classes and business meetings. But the much larger threat involves hackers exploiting security flaws to takeover users’ computers. …

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MGM-Grand Las Vegas

Were You and Justin Bieber in this Data Breach?

It took almost a year for them to acknowledge the data breach but one of the most famous names in the hotel industry has revealed that it was struck by a massive data breach and while the hotel is remaining silent about the severity, separately, experts claim that 10.6 million consumers were exposed. MGM Resorts …

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Millions Were TikTok Hak-ed

Millions of You Were TikTok Hak-ed

One of the most popular social media apps can be hacked with a text message. Chinese-owned TikTok is the third most downloaded app of. The viral media music video app is particularly popular with young people but it has enormous privacy problems and has been banned by the United States Navy. TikTok Can Be Hacked …

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Is My Alexa, Siri or Google Smart Speaker Hacked?

The smart device in your home can be taken over remotely by a laser beam shone on it by hackers. Your “smart device” then becomes a dumb slave following the Hacker’s – not your – every command whether it’s to unlock your front door, open your garage, adjust your thermostat or do anything else these …

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1.5 billion phones vulnerable to Israeli spying hack

1.5 billion phones vulnerable to Israeli spying hack

The popular WhatsApp free messaging app used by more than 1.5 billion people around the world to send free, encrypted communications to one another is appears to have a security flaw exploited by spyware created by an Israeli firm to gain access to the underlying smartphones on which it operates.