Wednesday, February 28, 2024
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Security

If you have one of these apps on your Android phone, delete it immediately

Security experts have spotted apps on the Google Play Store that act as chat platforms, but steal everything from messages and calls logs to your camera access.

Security experts just found two giant smartphone privacy issues

Advertisements and notifications are a common part of the whole smartphone experience. But according to two new reports, they present troubling privacy issues.

Bing Chat just beat a CAPTCHA used to stop hackers and spammers

CAPTCHA challenges are designed to thwart hackers and spam bots, but someone has just shown that ChatGPT can beat them. That’s worrying news for cybersecurity.

How to use Passkeys in Windows 11

Passkeys are a great way to streamline your login for a range of services, and now you can store them on your PC too. Here's how to use them in Windows 11.

Bing Chat’s ads are sending users to dangerous malware sites

The Bing Chat AI chatbot often serves up adverts to its users, but it turns out these ads can be hijacked by malicious websites containing dangerous malware.

Update your Apple devices now to fix these dangerous exploits

Three actively exploited vulnerabilities have just been discovered in a huge number of Apple devices. Update yours now to ensure it stays safe from hackers.

Microsoft accidentally released 38TB of private data in a major leak

Microsoft’s own AI researchers accidentally leaked 38TB of highly sensitive data on their own GitHub page, potentially creating a field day for hackers.

This massive exploit lets hackers breach apps like Chrome, 1Password, and Telegram

Researchers have found a critical security bug that affects a huge range of websites and apps. If left unpatched, it could give hackers free access to your PC.

This dangerous new Mac malware steals your credit card info

A dangerous new strain of Mac malware has emerged that uses deceptive tactics to steal your passwords, credit card info, and more. Here’s how to stay safe.

Chrome is making a key change to protect you from phishing

Google will soon start moving all Chrome users over to its Enhanced Safe Browsing feature, which is designed to quickly root out dangerous phishing websites.

Lapsus$ hackers convicted of breaching GTA 6, Nvidia and more

Two hackers who belonged to the Lapsus$ gang have been convicted of breaching numerous high-profile targets, including Nvidia, Rockstar Games, and Uber.

MacBooks could finally get Face ID to boost your security

A new patent suggests Apple is working on bringing Face ID to its MacBook laptops, which could massively improve your security while using the devices.

Chrome has a security problem — here’s how Google is fixing it

Google is changing from a bi-weekly to a weekly schedule for its security updates to get ahead of n-day exploits effecting its Chrome browser.

In the age of ChatGPT, Macs are under malware assault

ChatGPT is changing the world, but is it giving hackers new tools to make malicious Mac malware? We interviewed a new Mac security outfit to find out.

Hackers are using AI to create vicious malware, says FBI

AI tools like ChatGPT are being used to create malware and fuel terrorist activity, says the FBI, in a potentially worrying sign for future cybersecurity.

Google is creating ‘internet surveillance DRM,’ critics say

Google’s new project could be misused to prevent ad blocking and destroy rival browsers, critics say. Google argues it is fighting for privacy. Who is right?