Security Flaw In WhatsApp That Would Allow Hackers To Alter Messages

It has been reported that a security firm has found a series of flaws in WhatsApp that could allow hackers to intercept and manipulate messages by changing the identity of a sender or altering their text. This gives the attackers the power to “create and spread misinformation from what appear to be trusted sources,” the researchers said. Experts Comments August […]

Group Dating App 3fun Exposed Sensitive Data On 1.5 Million Users

Cyber Attackers Posing as Legitimate Insiders Represent Greatest Security Risks

Attackers could have used 3fun to create profiles of the users with both typical profile information and physical location data of its users who are billed as kinky, open-minded people. This can be sensitive information that used for harassment and persecution of LGBTQ+ individuals. Due to the multiple security vulnerabilities in the application, researchers were […]

Bugcrowd On Apple’s New Bug Bounty

Apple opening its bug bounty program up to all researchers is an interesting move–but an anticipated one. Public programs open companies up to more diversity and creativity from a broader crowd of security researchers.    Among other updates to the program, Apple is demonstrating that it understands the importance of finding bugs not just when […]

July 2019’s Most Wanted Malware: Vulnerability In OpenDreamBox 2.0.0 WebAdmin Plugin Enables Attackers To Execute Commands Remotely

Check Point’s researchers confirm that the vulnerability has impacted 32% of organizations globally in the last month  Check Point Research has published its latest Global Threat Index for July 2019. The Research team is warning organizations of a new vulnerability discovered in the OpenDreamBox 2.0.0 WebAdmin Plugin that has impacted 32% of organizations globally in […]