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A new phishing toolkit created by security researcher mr.d0x enables cybercriminals to exploit Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) to steal login credentials, posing a significant threat to internet users. According to a report from BleepingComputer, the toolkit allows for the creation of PWAs that

Husain Parvez Published on 16th June 2024

The Dutch Military Intelligence and Security Service (MIVD) has revealed that a Chinese cyber-espionage campaign exploited a critical vulnerability in FortiGate systems, affecting over 20,000 devices globally between 2022 and 2023. Earlier this year, the MIVD and the General Intelligence and

Hendrik Human Published on 14th June 2024

Pure Storage has confirmed a data breach involving unauthorized access to a Snowflake data analytics workspace, as reported on its official support page. This breach exposed telemetry information including company names and email addresses, LDAP usernames, and Purity software release version

Husain Parvez Published on 12th June 2024

Nord Security, the company behind NordVPN, has launched a new global eSIM service called Saily. The eSIM aims to meet the growing demands of global travelers and remote workers by providing a secure and convenient solution for internet connectivity while abroad. It’s designed to give users a

Keira Waddell Published on 11th June 2024

The vpnMentor research team is reporting about a recent incident involving the popular Stable Diffusion user interface, ComfyUI, that has sent shockwaves through the AI community, exposing the potential dangers lurking behind seemingly innocuous tools. While ComfyUI itself remains secure, a

vpnMentor Research Team Published on 9th June 2024

Google Maps will transition its Timeline feature from cloud-based to on-device storage by December 1, 2024. The feature, previously known as Location History, tracks routes and visits. It will now link this information to individual devices instead of cloud-based Google accounts. This change was

Hendrik Human Published on 9th June 2024

Researchers have discovered that malware can exploit Microsoft's new Windows Recall feature to steal sensitive user data. Windows Recall, which is part of Microsoft's new Copilot+ PCs, captures regular screenshots to help users retrieve previously seen content through natural language queries.

Husain Parvez Published on 7th June 2024

Debt collection agency Financial Business and Consumer Solutions (FBCS) has recently announced that over 3.2 million individuals may have had their personal information compromised in a recent data breach. The incident, discovered on February 26, 2024, involved unauthorized access to certain

Husain Parvez Published on 6th June 2024

Data breaches at Ticketmaster and Santander Bank have been allegedly linked to attacks on cloud storage provider Snowflake. The hacking group ShinyHunters claimed responsibility for both breaches. They allege that the Ticketmaster breach affects 560 million users, while Santander's breach

Keira Waddell Published on 4th June 2024
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