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How Safe Are You At Online?

During the pandemic, the move to online education demonstrated the need to integrated cyber protection into the curriculum. Without recognizing the fundamentals of cybersecurity,...

TikTok says it removed 104M videos in H1 2020, proposes harmful content coalition with other social apps

As the future of ByteDance’s TikTok ownership continues to get hammered out between tech and retail leviathans, investors and government officials, the video app...

Twitter tightens account security for political candidates ahead of US election

Twitter is taking steps to tighten account security for a range of users ahead of the US presidential election, including by requiring the use...

Apple mistakenly approved a widely-used malware to run on Macs

Apple has some of the strictest rules to prevent malicious software from landing in its app store, even if on occasion a bad app...

Android security bug let malicious apps siphon off private user data

A security vulnerability in Android could have allowed malicious apps to siphon off sensitive data from other apps on the same device. App security startup...

Elon Musk confirms Tesla was target of foiled ransomware attack

Elon Musk called an attempted cyberattack against Tesla “serious,” a comment that confirms the company was the target of a foiled ransomware attempt at...

Zoom meetings hit by outage

Zoom says it’s having an outage. Perfect timing to help you avoid your Monday morning meeting. The video calling giant said it’s “received reports of...

Cobalt.io grabs $29M Series B to continue building out pentesting platform

The promise of SaaS has always been about taking tedious, expensive manual tasks and finding a way to build a platform to automate them....

Twitter pledges to dial up efforts to combat election misinformation

In the latest sign of U.S. platforms bracing for the 2020 U.S. presidential election in November, Twitter has said it will step up efforts...

‘Stalkerware’ phone spying apps have escaped Google’s ad ban

Several companies offering phone-spying apps — known as “stalkerware” — are still advertising in Google search results, despite the search giant’s ban that took...
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