Data Breach: Google limits third-party app access to users’ data

Google

Google has announced a new Play Store policy meant to prevent intrusive Android apps from collecting call log and SMS information from users’ devices. According to Google, only an app that has been selected as the phone’s default app for making calls or sending text messages will be able to access call logs and SMS …

Why these PUBG players are unhappy with New Update

PUBG

Player unknown’s battlegrounds or PUBG has been a sensation inside the gaming global and increasingly people are trying their fingers at the sport and becoming addicted to it. while the unfastened mobile version of the war royale sport is already successful with gamers, its unique laptop version had also were given an update currently that …

China spying on Apple, Amazon and over 20 other companies: Report

China

A media report today revealed details of a significant supply chain attack which appears to be one of the largest corporate espionage and hardware hacking programs from a nation-state. According to a lengthy report published today by Bloomberg, a tiny surveillance chip, not much bigger than a grain of rice, has been found hidden in …

New iPhone Passcode Bypass Hack Exposes Photos and Contacts

Jose Rodriguez, an iPhone enthusiast, has discovered a passcode bypass vulnerability in Apple’s new iOS version 12 that potentially allows an attacker to access photos and contacts, including phone numbers and emails, on a locked iPhone XS and other recent iPhone models. Rodriguez, who also discovered iPhone lock screen hacks in the past, has posted …

Hackers Stole 50 Million Facebook Users’ Access Tokens Using Zero-Day Flaw

Hackers

Facebook just admitted that an unknown hacker or a group of hackers exploited a zero-day vulnerability in its social media platform that allowed them to steal secret access tokens for more than 50 million accounts. In a brief blog post published Friday, Facebook revealed that its security team discovered the attack three days ago (on …

Facebook reveals how many people use ‘Stories’ feature daily

NEW YORK: Facebook said Wednesday it now has 300 million daily users of “stories,” a format inspired by Snapchat, and would now begin delivering ads with these visual messages. The announcement shows Facebook is making strides in this new format which allows people to share videos or photos with emojis and augmented reality options that …