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.
Financial software company Intuit discovered that tax return info was accessed by an unauthorized party after an undisclosed number of TurboTax tax preparation software accounts were breached in a credential stuffing attack.
Your Google safety system could possibly be spying on you after it has a secret microphone built-in.
FamilyTreeDNA, an at-home DNA testing company, apologized for failing to disclose it was sharing genetic information with the F.B.I. to help solve rapes & murders. Some of the site’s users felt the company had betrayed them.
A website allows its visitors to generate realistic looking human faces of people that do NOT actually exist each time they hit the Refresh button.
A serious Apple iOS bug has been discovered that allows FaceTime users to access the microphone and front facing camera of who they are calling even if the person does not answer the call.