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Researchers prove kernel is secure

Can security of software code be proven mathematically? Researchers at an Australian organization believe they have a mathematical proof that it is possible. Australian researchers believe they created an absolute mathematical proof of just this type of function. ...

Cracked Versions of Office and Photoshop Steals Data and Crypto currencies

Cracked versions of Microsoft Office and Adobe Photoshop are stealing browser session cookies and Monero cryptocurrency wallets from people who install cracked software according to Bitdefender. Cracked software, also known as wares, is legitimate software that has had its licensing features removed. It is often used by people who don't want to pay for a license to use particular applications. Microsoft Office and Adobe Photoshop are two of the most popular software suites and cracked version ...

500 Million Facebook Accounts Leaked Online500 Million Facebook Accounts Leaked Online

More than 500 million Facebook users have had their personal information posted to a public hacker forum, raising concerns about an uptick in cybercrime that leverages credentials. The publicly released Facebook user data is believed to be part of a 2019 Add Friend Facebook security bug exploited by hackers at the time. The flaw allowed hackers to siphon hundreds of millions of member account details from Facebook and sell them to the highest bidder on online markets. An estimated 32 million, ...

Apple and Google Are Still Tracking Mobile Telemetry Data

Mobile device-tracking is still going on despite both Apple and Google allowing users to opt out of sharing telemetry data. Both iOS and Google Android transmit telemetry, despite the user explicitly opting out of this. The research, Mobile Handset Privacy: Measuring The Data iOS and Android Send to Apple And Google, also found that Google collects 20 times more data from its Android Pixel users compared to the a ...