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Sweeping Hacks Target US Government and Globlal Organizations

In recent developments, the United States government, alongside countless other entities, has experienced cyber attacks executed by hackers from Russia and China. However, it...

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Sweeping Hacks Target US Government and Globlal Organizations

In recent developments, the United States government, alongside countless other entities,...

The Vital Importance of Regulations, Guidance, and Best Practices for Application Security

In our everly increasing, interconnected world, the security of applications is...

Implementing a Vulnerability Disclosure Policy: A Definitive Guide [NCSC Toolkit V2 – Deep Dive]

In an era where security vulnerabilities are discovered frequently, it's crucial...

Twitter discontinues text message two-factor authentication for non-Blue subscribers

In a controversioal move, twitter has recently announced that it is discontinuing the use of text message two-factor authentication for all users, except for those who subscribe to Twitter Blue. This means that users who have relied on SMS-based two-factor authentication to protect their accounts will now need to switch…

A Lesson in Privacy: The ChatGPT Bug and Its Implications for AI Conversations

The world of AI-powered conversation platforms has been rocked by a...

Google to pay $29.5M to resolve two legal claims related to its location tracking policies.

After the states filed two cases against the firm accusing it...

LastPass finally admits attackers have a copy of customers’ password vaults

Customers of password manager LastPass have been informed that during the...

End 2 End Encryption (E2EE) Is Finally here, kind of, for Apple Device Backups

According to a new optional feature called Advanced Data Protection, end-to-end...