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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

AI tool development company Hugging Face has reported unauthorized access to its Spaces platform. This breach, detected earlier this week, has raised concerns about the security of AI and machine learning applications hosted on the platform. Hugging Face Spaces is widely used for creating, sharing,

Keira Waddell Published on 4th June 2024

Hackers have targeted the controversial spyware application pcTattletale, forcing the company to shut down after a major data breach compromised customer information and exposed sensitive data. According to TechCrunch, Bryan Fleming, the founder of pcTattletale, announced that the company is “out

Husain Parvez Published on 2nd June 2024

ShinyHunters, a notorious hacking group, is selling 1.3TB of data it claims to have been stolen from Ticketmaster. The dump contains the personal information and payment data of 560 million users and is up for sale on BreachForums for $500,000. In a post on X, vx-underground, an educational

Hendrik Human Published on 31st May 2024

Australian digital prescription services provider MediSecure has confirmed a significant data breach following a ransomware attack, resulting in the theft of 6.5 terabytes of sensitive information. The stolen data, which includes personal and health information of patients and healthcare providers,

Husain Parvez Published on 30th May 2024

Cybercriminal groups EquationCorp and USDoD have leaked the criminal records of millions of Americans online. According to a blog post by Malwarebytes, the exposed database contains 70 million rows of data, including sensitive personal information such as full names, dates of birth, known aliases,

Keira Waddell Published on 28th May 2024

Microsoft's new AI feature for Windows 11, called Recall, which is designed to "recall" user activities on compatible PCs, has triggered privacy alarms following its Monday reveal at an AI event. The Recall feature captures screenshots of the active window every few seconds to create a

Hendrik Human Published on 26th May 2024

A consumer-grade spyware app, pcTattletale, has been discovered to be running on check-in systems at three Wyndham hotels in the United States, according to a TechCrunch report. The spyware captures screenshots of the hotel booking systems, exposing guest names, reservation details, and partial

Husain Parvez Published on 25th May 2024