Instagram and Facebook users around the world were unable to access the platforms from Wednesday in one of the longest blackout’s in Facebook Inc’s history.
A major operational error by GoDaddy, Apple, and Google has resulted in the issuance of at least 1 million browser-trusted digital certificates that don’t comply with binding industry mandates. The number of non-compliant certificates may be double that number, and other browser-trusted authorities are also likely to be affected.
Google is urging Chrome users to update the web browser right away to patch a zero-day vulnerability that is being actively exploited.
Sony released its 6.50 firmware for PlayStation 4 systems. The tentpole feature of the update is support for remote play to iOS devices like iPhones and iPads. The release coincided with the release of a “PS4 Remote Play” app on the Apple App Store.
The NSA release a free and open source reverse engineering app called ‘Ghidra” a previously classified tool for free is a ‘game changer.’
Someone has access to your identity documents… why is it so devastating? This video shows how scammers use these documents to create bank accounts in your name and how they will raid your bank account if they are given enough access.This particular person had a very lucky escape… they could have lost $19,000.
If you’re a parent of a young child, chances are that someone on Facebook has sent you an alarming post about the “Momo challenge,” a game illustrated by a disturbing photograph of a woman, in which participants are blackmailed into completing increasingly dangerous tasks. Maybe that post says that Momo is the latest “trend.”
During the second half of 2018, between May and December 2018, roughly 28 billion credential stuffing attempts have been detected, with retail websites being the main target of credential abuse with 10 billion attempts.