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'Fortnite' game-maker Epic's CEO slams Apple's iPhone child sexual abuse photos move, calls it 'spyware'
Apple has launched various tools to reduce the spread of child sexual abuse material (CSAM). This will introduce changes in iMessage, Siri and Search, that would enable scanning iCloud Photos for known CSAM imagery.
The scammers want you to scan the code with your phone's camera. But you have no idea where the QR code could end up taking you or what the scammers might do next.
Microsoft's bundled antivirus program Defender doesn't have the best reputation when it comes to cyber protection, but is really that bad?
At a time of widespread digital insecurity it turns out that the oldest and simplest computer fix there is – turning a device off then back on again – can thwart hackers from stealing information from smartphones.
Algeria's public prosecutor is launching an investigation into media reports that the country may have targeted by the controversial Pegasus spyware.
French President Emmanuel Macron was not a target of the Pegasus spyware claims its cybersecurity company, contrary to his name being part of the leaked list of surveillance targets.
Pegasus software is able to gain vast amounts of information from a user and monitor them at will, without their ever coming to know about it.
To understand what Pegasus is and how it worked in the past, it is necessary to understand how the software was used to target individuals and how the affected companies changed their services to fix the security flaws being used by Pegasus back in 2019.
Zero-day bug attack: Google, Microsoft, Apple scramble updates to protect you from DevilsTongue spyware
Zero-day bug attack: Google and Microsoft have released a patch to two critical vulnerabilities in their operating systems that were exploited by a spyware that has reportedly been sold to governments by Israeli developer Candiru.
An investigation by a global media consortium based on leaked targeting data provides further evidence that military-grade malware from Israel-based NSO Group, the world’s most infamous hacker-for-hire outfit, is being used to spy on journalists, human rights activists and political dissidents.