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Zero-Day Vulnerability Discovered in Tor Browser 7.x

Zero-Day Vulnerability Discovered in Tor Browser 7.x

Zero-Day Vulnerability Discovered in Tor Browser 7.x: The latest version of Tor browser is unaffected; Zerodium today issued an advisory via Twitter of a zero-day vulnerability that was discovered in Tor browser 7.x. According to Zerodium, who buys and sells the vulnerabilities in software, the tor browser got a serious …

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HP Launches First Bug Bounty Program for Printers

HP Launches First Bug Bounty Program for Printers

HP Launches First Bug Bounty Program for Printers: HP Inc. has recently announced their very first bug bounty program for printers, partnering with Bugcrowd to manage the vulnerability reporting. The company is the very first to invest in a dedicated printing services bug bounty scheme, and shall be offering several …

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HackerOne Paid $500k in Bug Bounties at DEF CON

HackerOne Paid $500k in Bug Bountis at DEF CON

HackerOne Paid $500k in Bug Bounties at DEF CON: Celebrating the success of this year’s live hacking event, HackerOne (H1) recently announced that more than the $500,000 was paid in bounties during the third annual h1-702 at DEF CON 26 in Las Vegas last month. More than 75 hackers from …

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Google Restrict Tech Support Ads

Google Restrict Tech Support Ads

Google Restrict Tech Support Ads: Google has began restricting the ads for tech support services ahead of rolling out a verification program to deal with the rising levels of fraud enabled by advertising on its search platform. The search giant Google claimed that they have successfully taken down more than …

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Air Canada Presses Reset After App Security Sanfu

Air Canada Presses Reset After App Security Sanfu

Air Canada Presses Reset After App Security Sanfu: Air Canada has forced the users to reset passwords for mobile app after that spotting unauthorized access that attempts which may have compromised the personal data on as many as 20,000 customers. The airline claimed that they had discovered “unusual login behavior” …

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43% of Security Pros Could Execute Insider Attack

43% of Security Pros Could Execute Insider Attack

43% of Security Pros Could Execute Insider Attack: A recent survey took place of nearly 200 IT professionals about insider threats that were found nearly half of the participants who believed that they could easily attack their organizations from the inside. In a blog post earlier this week Imperva researchers …

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Chinese Hotel Breach May Have Hit 100 Million+ Customers

Chinese Hotel Breach May Have Hit 100 Million+ Customers

The Chinese police officers are investigating about a possible data breach at a major hotel group which might have affected over 100 million customers. Shanghai’s Changning District police who confirmed on Tuesday that it was called out by Huazhu Group which operates more than 3000 hotels in hundreds of cities, …

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Mobile Phishing Campaign Offered Free Flights

Mobile Phishing Campaign Offered Free Flights

Mobile Phishing Campaign Offered Free Flights: A campaign that was recently reported by Farsight Security which involved an internationalized domain name (IDN) “homograph-based” phishing website that tricked the users to put their personal information. This suspected phishing website that presented as the commercial airline carriers — specifically Delta Airlines, EasyJet …

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Hundreds of Banks Exposed from Fiserv Flaw

Hundreds of Banks Exposed from Fiserv Flaw

Hundreds of Banks Exposed from Fiserv Flaw: A flaw that was in the web platform of Fiserv Inc., a technology service provider for financial institutions, reportedly exposed the personal and financial account information on hundreds of bank websites, according to KrebsonSecurity. Security researcher Kristian Erik Hermansen who contacted Kerbs two …

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