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Samsung Data Breach Exposed US Customers2022-09-19

Samsung is one of the largest technology companies in the world. They make phones, tablets, laptops, TVs, and all types of everyday devices. So, it’s not great news when the company reports they had suffered their second data breach this year.


New Phishing Service Able to Bypass Two-Factor Authentication2022-09-17

We reported a couple weeks ago that scammers were now able to circumvent 2-factor authentication (2FA). There is now a SaaS service that makes it even easier. The so-called EvilProxy phishing service is being offered on scammer boards, and claims to defeat 2FA for some leading services.


Instagram Faces 405 Million Euro Fine2022-09-16

Facebook-owned Instagram is facing a huge privacy fine from the European Union. This time, it’s a massive €405 for breaching the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).


TikTok Denies Data Breach Allegedly Affecting 2 Billion Users2022-09-15

The giant that is TikTok has never been far from controversy, but this latest news could be the biggest yet. It is alleged that TikTok has been hit with a massive data breach that could impact all of its 2 billion users.


Are Credit Card Skimmers Worth Worrying About?2022-09-14

Recently, a Costco location had to warn its customers that their credit card information may have been compromised due to an undetected skimmer being planted on one of the terminals. This kind of news is very scary, but how common is it really?


Phony YouTube DMCA Notice Installing Malware2022-09-13

Anyone who creates content online will know the fear of DMCA notices well. That’s especially true if you use YouTube.


Malware Could be Hiding in Images from James Webb Space Telescope2022-09-12

Have you been marveling at the images of the stars sent back by the James Webb Space Telescope? Have you been sent images via email and opened them? If so, you may have been infected by malware.


Chrome Extensions Used by 1.4 Million People Contain Malicious Cookies2022-09-10

We honestly don’t have anything against Chrome. In fact, we use it all the time. We talk about it so much because there’s a constant stream of stories that we think you need to know about. It’s the same today.