Med Associates data breach of 270,000 patients

Cyber attacks on health care centers are still on the move. The latest attacks on Med associates resulted in data breach and all information of more than 270,000 people was compromised. The data breach was done in March 2018 but it has been recently announced. An unusual activity was spotted in March and investigation was started and now they have...

Twitter Users change your password

Twitter users need to change their passwords if they haven't changed as last month on 4 May, Twitter made an announcement revealing a bug that they discovered by themselves. The bug caused the passwords to be stored in unmasked forms in internal logs. The passwords were stored in plain texts without any hashing. Twitter shared the following Twitter did announced...

iPhone Passcode cracking method discovered

Do you think that your iPhone has the maximum security well think again! Recently a hacker named Matthew Hickey, co-founder of Hacker House discovered a method to break the passcode of iPhone. iPhone allows limited number of pass entries and after that data is erased and phone is locked if pass is entered incorrect several times. Matthew bypassed the limit of these...

Facebook mistakenly leaked their App analytical report

Facebook is always in news no matters its because of others or because of their own colleagues. This time Facebook researchers mistakenly leaked their own App analytical report to some app testers. A Facebook developer reached out to TechCrunch describing a mistake that Facebook leaked app analytics reports to some incorrect recipients. As explained by the developer, Facebook mistakenly sent a weekly...

Car keys to be replaced by smart phones

Car Connectivity Consortium(CCC), an organization is working on a project to convert your smart phones into car keys. This work is estimated to be completed at  the end of this year and car keys will no more be used in 2019. Companies like Apple, BMW, Gemalto, General Motors, Hyundai, LG, Panasonic, Samsung and Volkswagen will be using this technology in...

Tron Cryptocurrency Founder Buys BitTorrent and µTorrent for $140 Million

BitTorrent, the company which owns the popular file-sharing client uTorrent, has quietly been sold for $140 million in cash to Justin Sun, the founder of blockchain-focused startup TRON. TRON is a decentralized entertainment and content-sharing platform that uses blockchain and distributed storage technology. It allows users to publish content without having to use third-party platforms such as YouTube or Facebook,...

Magneto Hackers Using Simple Evasion Trick To Reinfect Sites With Malware

Security researchers have been warning of a new trick that cybercriminals are leveraging to hide their malicious code designed to re-introduce the infection to steal confidential information from Magento based online e-commerce websites. So, if you have already cleaned up your hacked Magento website, there are chances your website is still leaking login credentials and credit card details of your...

A Browser Bug that steals data and Information using waves

Jake Archibald, a developer advocate for Google Chrome accidently discovered a browser bug that steals data from other websites. He discovered this bug a few months back and disclosed the bug today by writting a blog post  on it. He named this bug as WaveThrough as it's related to the audio files and frequency stuff and made the following logo. Archibald said...

Secure! Are you sure? Flightradar24 suffers massive data breach

Flightradar24 is a popular and well developed Swedish company that was developed in 2006 and it keeps the track of flights all over the world, all the information of a flight and provides to its loyal customers (To get  informations about flights you have to subscribe to their data plans).It is used by aviation enthusiasts to track flight paths,...

CIA Agent gets into trouble for leaking the CIA Hacking Tools

Joshua Adam Schulte , a 29-year-old former CIA programmer who was charged with possession of child pornography last year has now been charged with masterminding the largest leak in the agency's history. He is the the person who developed malware to help CIA breaking into adversaries computers, he was  indicted Monday by the Department of Justice on 13 charges of allegedly stealing and...