NSO Group Behind Data-Stealing, Next-Gen Cyberweapon?

Newly unearthed ‘evidence’ points towards the notorious NSO Group being behind a next-gen cyberweapon that could have a devastating impact if unleashed. Unconfirmed sources say that the group has developed a new type of spyware capable of siphoning data from your Facebook Messenger, Amazon, Apple, Microsoft, and even Google Cloud …

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Several Chrome & Firefox Extensions Behind Massive Data Leak

Thinking about adding a new Chrome or Firefox extension? Well, you may want to reconsider after hearing all about the latest data leak which affected 45 companies, including SpaceX, Amazon, Apple, and Skype. Sam Jidali, the cybersecurity researcher who identified the threat said that the malicious extension kept on working …

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How to Fix the Boot Loop Issue in Windows 10 20H1

It seems that we have one new reason to look forward to spring – Microsoft just announced the 20H1 mega upgrade for Windows 10. The upcoming version has a very long list of features and tweaks. Now, if you’re part of the Windows Insiders circle, you can get a sneak …

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Google Purges Spyware Apps from Play Store

Earlier this week, Google announced that it had removed seven apps from its Play Store. The apps, which were seemingly made by the same Russian developer, were legally used to spy on users. Called stalkerware, the apps would have allowed the user to call up someone’s voice log, view SMSs …

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How to Add a New Windows 10 Account

Most of you are probably wondering right now about the headline. Well, it may come as a shock to you, but there are many out there who really don’t know how to create a new user account if Windows 10’s goes down. More than that, using the method I’m about …

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Sideloading Gains Popularity Among Malware Distributors

And because the endless wave of spyware was not enough, we now have one more thing to worry about: sideloading Android apps. For those unfamiliar with the term, sideloading means getting an app (i.e., Netflix, Evernote, OneNote) from sources other than the official websites. Sure, there’s no difference between the …

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Fake PC Games Used to Spread Malware, Kaspersky Report Reveals

Gamers, beware! A new security report from Kaspersky Labs reveals that over 900,000 users have been tricked into downloading malware which was disguised into legit video games. Moreover, these malicious files were hosted on the very same platform alongside legit products. I some instances, the hackers would trick the user …

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How to Protect Your Data from Insider Threats

How to Protect Your Data from Insider Threats

Insider threats are increasingly becoming the main cause of data breaches for businesses and represent one of the biggest cybersecurity risks to your confidential data. Many businesses and organizations are realizing the need to implement security solutions to help protect their data from insider threats. Data breaches have the potential …

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Firefox Drops F-Bomb on Zero-Day JavaScript-Triggering Vulnerability

Earlier this week, Firefox announced that an emergency patch had been released for what appeared to be a JavaScript-triggering vulnerability. According to Philip Martin, Coinbase’s head of cybersecurity, the flaw, which shall remain nameless henceforth, initially targeted Coinbase, a secure platform for buying and selling cryptocurrencies like Ethereum or the …

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