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In a Sea of COVID-19 Tracer Apps Where Does Apple-Google Stand?

Toward the end of his recent webinar with CISO MAG, hacker, security researcher and CISO, Chris Roberts took questions from the audience on the security...

Another Blow to Zoom! Taiwan Government Bans Official Use of Zoom...

The government of Taiwan announced a ban on the official use of video-conferencing platform Zoom. In an official statement, the Executive Yuan stated that...

Dutch Researcher Claims Google’s US$100,000 Bug Bounty

In August 2020, Google introduced an annual bug bounty or vulnerability reward program (VRP) for its Google Cloud Platform (GCP). Sighting under-representation of research...

Google Fixes MediaTek Rootkit Vulnerability

After almost a year since its discovery, a critical vulnerability affecting millions of Android devices using MediaTek chips (now tracked as CVE-2020-0069) has been...

Japan, Canada and U.K. Welcome Google’s Titan Key

Google introduced USB-C Titan Security Keys in Japan, Canada and the UK including countries like Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and Switzerland. The Google...

Google Announced US$1 Million for its “Be Internet Awesome” Initiative

Google recently announced that it’s going to spend US$1 million to bring awareness on data privacy and internet security across the sub-Saharan Africa region....

Software Bug Exposes CPR Numbers of 1.26 million Danish Citizens

A software bug in Denmark’s tax service portal, TastSelv Borger, accidentally exposed 1.26 million Danish citizens CPR numbers to Google and Adobe analytics services...

Google Plans to Floor Insecure Downloads in Chrome 83

In April 2019, with a view to prevent abuse, Google engineers showed the desire to block certain HTTP file downloads that load via an...

Play Store Records 600 Million Fleeceware Installs

Researchers at Sophos, a U.K. based cybersecurity company, discovered a set of 25 fleeceware apps on Play Store having more than 600 million installs....

Google Agrees to Pay US$ 7.5M Over Google+ Data Breaches

In a recent data leak incident, which exposed the private data of around 500,000 former Google+ users to outside developers, Google has agreed to...

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