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WhatsApp Discloses Six Bugs in its First Security Advisory

Facebook-owned messaging service provider WhatsApp, in the past week, started a Security Advisories page. On this page, WhatsApp is disclosing all the bugs and...

Facebook’s VDP: A Step Towards Improved Vulnerability Tracking

Facebook has often been criticized for its non-disclosures across various verticals and policies. However, now it seems that Facebook is finally correcting itself by...

CISA Trusts “Good Faith” Security Researchers; Issues VDP Directive

Cybersecurity has been a growing concern in the U.S. since the time tensions between the former and China have escalated. In such a scenario,...

Notarization Fail! Apple Inadvertently Approves Malware on Macs

Apple is known for its tight security measures to prevent malicious software from landing in its app store. However, security researchers found that Apple's...

Misconfigured AWS S3 Bucket Exposes PII of up to 350,000 SSL247...

Security researchers Noam Rotem and Ran Locar from security firm vpnMentor discovered a misconfigured AWS S3 bucket exposing sensitive files related to SSL247, a...

Data Scraped from Instagram, TikTok and YouTube Exposes 235 Mn Social...

Security researchers discovered a misconfigured database exposing over 235 million social media profiles online. According to the security researcher Bob Diachenko, who leads cybersecurity...

Threat Alert! Amazon Alexa “One-Click” Attack Could Jeopardize Personal Data

The researchers from Check Point discovered critical security flaws in Amazon’s Alexa virtual assistant platform that could allow threat actors to obtain users’ personal...

Attention Bug Hunters! FireEye’s Private Bug Bounty Program Goes Public

Cybersecurity company FireEye, announced that it is making its private bug bounty program public, with a focus on business applications and corporate infrastructure security....

Update Now! Dell EMC Releases Patch for iDRAC Path Traversal Vulnerability

Technology giant Dell EMC issued a security patch for a path traversal vulnerability found in the Integrated Dell Remote Access Controller (iDRAC) that could...

Blur or Focus? Malicious Photo Editing Apps Target Android Devices

The threat intelligence and research team from cybersecurity firm White Ops found a new campaign of malicious photo editing apps on the Google Play...

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