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Danger USB! Journalists sent exploding flash drives
If you were sent a USB stick anonymously through the post, would you plug it
into your computer?
Hopefully, not if you’re a regular reader of blogs like Hot for Security. After
all, you’re probably all too familiar with stories of how malware has been…
Chinese Shopping App Pinduoduo Suspended from Google Play over Malware
Google suspended Chinese shopping app Pinduoduo after a few versions of the
software in the official apps store were found to contain malware.
Pinduoduo, a highly popular app in China, belongs to a major online retailer.
It’s not the first time an app…
Crooks Spread Rogue ChatGPT Chrome Extension to Hijack Facebook Accounts
Cybercriminals were recently spotted stealing Facebook accounts using a
weaponized version of a legitimate ChatGPT browser extension available on the
Chrome Web Store.
The rogue extension, dubbed “ChatGPT for Google” after its genuine counterpart,
Dole Confirms Hackers Took Employee Data in Ransomware Attack
Food production giant Dole has confirmed hackers stole employee data from its
servers following a ransomware attack in February.
Last month, a cyberattack caused
ChatGPT Bug Leaks Users’ Chat Histories
A nasty glitch hit ChatGPT this week, resulting in a number of chat titles
leaking out to other users.
OpenAI’s hugely popular chatbot is very upfront about its functionality,
including the fact that it collects some user input to continue training th…
Control Panel Version 220.127.116.11 (coming soon)
Enhancements The position and language of users for the Security Awareness Service can now also be synchronized with Microsoft 365 or a directory service via LDAP. In the submodule “Configuration” of the “Security Awareness Service” module, administrators can define whether users may also be assigned e-trainings that are neither available in the user’s nor in […]
Der Beitrag Control Panel Version 18.104.22.168 (coming soon) erschien zuerst auf Hornetsecurity.
aCropalypse now! Cropped and redacted images suffer privacy fail on Google Pixel smartphones
Have you ever shared a photograph where you’ve redacted some sensitive
Perhaps you’ve cropped out part of the image you didn’t want others to see?
Well, users of Google’s Pixel Android smartphone might be alarmed to learn that
World Backup Day
Der Beitrag World Backup Day erschien zuerst auf Hornetsecurity.