Tag: malware

Streaming Could be Your Downfall, Spies Hacking Spies & Real-Time Translation

  Malware Hiding on Streaming Sites – Free yet illegal streams of films, TV shows and sports fixtures could end up costing you dearly as it has been found that hackers are planting malware on streaming sites in exchange for money. With more and more people watching content illegally (more people watched Games of ThronesRead more »

Real-Time Facial Recognition in Australia, India’s National Registry Breached & Fast-Food Chain Sonic Confirm Malware

  Australia’s Facial Biometric Database – Prime Minister Turnbull’s proposed facial biometric database has been given the thumbs up by a group of Australian state and territory leaders. This will allow for security services and law agencies to track and locate a citizen in real-time using facial recognition software. The database solution will bring togetherRead more »

Amazon Whole Foods Credit Card Breach, Hidden WordPress Backdoor & Some of the Most Dangerous Malware on the Internet

  Point of Sale (POS) Breach at Amazon Whole Foods – In what could be linked to yesterday’s Sonic disclosure, where their POS system was breached, Amazon Whole Foods Market has also been attacked in a similar fashion. Hackers have gained access to credit card information from customers who have made purchases from various venuesRead more »

Scammers Target the Equifax Hack, Apple’s FaceID Emergency Feature & Android Malware

  200K Credit Cards Stolen and the Scamming Begins – Visa and MasterCard are informing financial institutions about 200,ooo credit cards that were stolen from the Equifax hack. Interestingly, the credit card companies are saying that Equifax was initially breached in November 2016, which is different reporting from Equifax, who say it was mid-May 2017Read more »