PCI SSC Sr. Manager Jake Marcinko discusses the two newly published PCI 3DS Core and 3DS SDK Technical FAQ documents (found here).
Why FluBot is a major threat for Android users, how to avoid falling victim, and how to get rid of the malware if your device has already been compromised
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ESET research reveals that common Android stalkerware apps are riddled with vulnerabilities that further jeopardize victims and expose the privacy and security of the snoopers themselves
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The tech giant says it has security safeguards in place. But these tracking devices can be hacked and put to other nefarious purposes
Apple has launched the latest version of its operating system, iOS 14.5, which features the much-anticipated app tracking transparency function, bolstering the tech giant’s privacy credentials.
But iOS 14.5 also introduced support for the new Apple AirTag, which risks doing the opposite.
Being around someone with an AirTag is *very* annoying pic.twitter.com/GZj8ZeTCck
A security researcher has found out the microcontroller inside Apple's #AirTag can be reprogrammed, opening the door to AirTag modifications and potential malicious uses. https://t.co/PAKPZab7Ov pic.twitter.com/UVTvPl41Sn
Amazon Sidewalk could help extend the reach of your Wi-Fi, but the company's data-collection habits may outweigh the feature's benefits. https://t.co/gcCKqLJDFyContinue reading...
The report provides unique insights into how the COVID-19 pandemic affected the data breach landscape
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