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Google Discovers Spyware Campaign Against iOS and Android Devices
Cybersecurity researchers at Google have uncovered a spyware campaign targeting both iOS and Android smartphones. The attackers trick users into downloading malicious apps, which...
How to Watch the 2022 MotoGP Assen Grand Prix Free from Anywhere
The 2022 MotoGP season heads to the Netherlands this weekend for an exhilarating race at TT Circuit Assen. The riders will take on the Cathedral of motorcycling on Sunday,...
Microsoft Highlights Russian Cyber Espionage on Ukraine’s Allies
Microsoft revealed on Wednesday that Russia has ramped up cyberattacks against countries supporting Ukraine since the start of the conflict. In a detailed report, the Microsoft...
China to Start Checking All Social Media Comments Before Publishing
China is set to start moderating all user comments on social media platforms before they're published, a move that could make one of the world's most censored states even more...
Yodel Restores Service After Cyberattack Disrupts Deliveries
Popular delivery company Yodel revealed on Wednesday that it has “made significant progress” in restoring its services after it was struck by a cyberattack over the...
Russians Blocked From Downloading Microsoft Windows 10, 11
People in Russia are currently unable to download ISOs and installation tools for Microsoft's Windows 10 and 11, according to the Russian news agency, TASS. Users who try to...
Possible Iranian Cyberattack Triggered Sirens in Jerusalem
Municipal air raid sirens were blaring across Jerusalem and Eilat Sunday evening in what the Israel National Cyber Directorate (INCD) believes was an Iran-based cyberattack,...
Flagstar Bank Suffers Data Breach, 1.5 Million Customers Affected
Flagstar Bank, one of the largest banks in the U.S., said that it suffered a data breach in December 2021, exposing the names and social security numbers of over 1.5 million...
Former Amazon Employee Convicted of 2019 Capital One Bank Hack
Former Amazon Web Services (AWS) employee Paige Thompson — a.k.a "erratic" — was found guilty by a U.S. District Court in Seattle Friday of hacking Capital One bank in 2019....