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The Bug in Truecaller’s Guardian App That Allowed Hackers to Track Your Family Is Fixed Now

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Last week, Truecaller launched an application called Guardians to share your location and other important safety information with your family. However, the app had a big bug during its launch that enabled hackers to control user accounts fully. Anand Prakash, who identified the vulnerability, informed...

A Vulnerability Found in Chess.com allowed access to 50 Million user records

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An IT security researcher identified a critical set of vulnerabilities in the chess.com API, a popular online chess play site and app. The vulnerability could have been exploited in order to access any account on the site. It could also be used to have...

Phone Numbers of 500 Million Facebook Users on Sale via Telegram Bot

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Phone numbers of 533 million users are currently being sold by a bot on the Telegram Encrypted Messaging Site, a Facebook flaw that was fixed by the social network in 2019. According to a report in Motherboard, an individual selling a database full of Facebook...

This Is How Google Drive Turned Into Goldmine for Pirated and Explicit Content

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Cybercriminals are freely storing and sharing illegal software licenses, movies, games and porn content -- most of which have allegedly been indexed in Google Search as some Drive users made such links public in their individual accounts. Google Drive is a service for file storage...

Biden Enlists ‘World Class’ Cybersecurity Team After One of the Biggest Hack in the US History

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President Joe Biden is recruiting a group of highly cyber-experienced national security veterans, attracting praise from former defense officials and investigators as the U.S. government is trying to recover from one of its agencies' largest hacks attributed to Russian spies. “It is great to see...

This Is All You Need to Know About the Supreme Court’s Hearing on Its First Big CFAA Case

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The Supreme Court on 30th November will hear arguments in a case that could result in profound changes to controversial American computer hacking laws. The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) was incorporated into federal law back in 1986 and predate the modern Internet as...