This week, internet giant Google announced an alliance with numerous security solutions providers, with the object of battling poor applications in the Android network. Dubbed App Defense Alliance, the effort signifies a partnership between Google, ESET, Lookout, and Zimperium, and its objective is to swiftly find potentially harmful applications (PHAs), Continue Reading
A virus in Google’s G Suite left the passwords of some users to be stored in plaintext for the past 14 years, though the company doesn’t think the information was retrieved by unauthorized third parties. In a blog post, the tech giant said: “We recently notified a subset of our Continue Reading
According to sources, Facebook may face a whopping $5 million fine by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for data misuse pertaining to the Cambridge Analytica incident. In a Wednesday release, the social media behemoth said that it was earmarking $3 to $5 billion as a contingency outlay “in connection with” Continue Reading
Yahoo!, the search engine and web services giant, is set to pay $117.5m in an effort to settle a data breach issue out of court, according to reports. The California-based company suffered a string of breaches between 2013 and 2016, with the earliest attack affecting every single customer account totaling Continue Reading
The National Security Agency – NSA has announced Ghidra, an open and cross-platform software called Reverse Engineering Tool suite employed internally through the intelligence agency. They are merely planning on announcing the source code of tool on GitHub shortly.