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On the heels of several Facebook data privacy snafus this week - and over the past year - users no longer trust the platform.
A researcher said that millions of records were leaking 300,000 Tap30 drivers' names, ID numbers and phone numbers.
The incident was the work of malicious cyberattackers.
The flaw, which existed in a Shopify API endpoint, has been patched.
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The U.S-focused eGobbler malvertising attacks are exploiting an unpatched Google Chrome bug.
The flaw could enable an unauthenticated, remote attacker to access the devices, Cisco said.
The ubiquitous nature of the flaw opens the door for rapidly spreading, crippling cyberattacks.
After a report revealed that Facebook used user data to leverage its relationships with other companies, researchers are stressing that both firms and users need to re-assess data privacy.
An ongoing campaign, active since 2017, has been stealing credentials via global DNS hijacking attacks.
The financial services industry sees nearly half of all website traffic coming from malicious bots.
Overall Oracle patched 297 flaws across multiple product as part of its April security update.
Researchers are pinning a recent phishing campaign against Ukraine government agencies on the Luhansk People's Republic, a proto-state in eastern Ukraine which declared independence in 2015.
The IT giant's networks were infiltrated and used to mount supply-chain attacks on its enterprise customers.
Patched just last week, the Windows kernel bug is being used for full system takeover.
After the HawkEye malware kit underwent an ownership change and new development, researchers are spotting the keylogger used in several malicious email campaigns.
A popular Australian smartwatch's tracking capabilities expose its user's locations, personal data and more.
The apps, which claim to help users rack up followers, are well-rated and have been downloaded tens of thousands of times.
Business users of Cisco, F5 Networks, Palo Alto Networks and Pulse Secure platforms are impacted, according the U.S. government.
A Microsoft Outlook breach that was disclosed on Friday is thought to be much larger than previously said, a new report found.