BEWARE! Major Data Breach – Over 5 Lakh CoD Mobile Accounts Hacked

A major data breach at Activision has allowed hackers to acquire the usernames and passwords of hundreds of thousands of its customers’ accounts, several creators have claimed. The data breach was reported by a user who goes by the name ‘oRemyy’, claiming that there was a data breach and urged the Call of Duty: Mobile […]

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UPI Data of 7 Lakh Users of Railyatri, including other Information Leaked: Report

Some information related to millions of users who use rail passengers, such as payment information, etc. have been leaked. It is being said that the data of 7 lakh RailYatri users has been endangered due to security flaws. According to the report, the data was saved on unsecured servers, due to which the data of more […]

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Facebook Admits it gave User Data to Third-Party Developers Improperly, and This is not the First Time

Facebook has been giving user data to third-party developers improperly, despite promising its users that it was not going to happen. The social media platform admitted in a blog post that thousands of developers were receiving users’ non-public information as updates even after it should have ideally stopped. Facebook said that for a certain number […]

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PUBG Mobile, Truecaller and Others Found Snooping on Your iPhone Clipboard Data

A couple of days ago a popular social media app called TikTok came in the headlines for its suspicious behaviour of snooping on the iPhone’s clipboard. While the company is yet to fix this, a couple of researchers have found additional 53 iOS apps that work in a similar fashion. As reported by Ars Technica, these 53 […]

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TikTok caught Snooping on iPhone Users’ Clipboards

A new iOS 14 beta feature reveals popular video-sharing app TikTok accesses clipboard on iPhones in the background. Apple’s iOS 14 update is set to bring a slew of new privacy features which include revealing which app is accessing what in the background. It also includes a pop-up when a third-party app accesses the clipboard, which […]

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Some of Twitter’s Business Users had their Private Data Exposed

In a security incident some of Twitter’s business users had their private data exposed, Twitter said on Tuesday and apologised for the breach. The micro-blogging platform said that it has mailed all the business customers to warn them that their information might have been compromised in a security lapse. BBC was the first to report this news. […]

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National IDs of More Than 1 Lakh Indians Have Ended Up On The Dark Web: All The Details Here

Over 1 lakh scanned copies of Indians’ national IDs, including Aadhaar, PAN card and passport, have been put on dark web for sale, cyber intelligence firm Cyble said on Wednesday. The leaked data seems to have originated from a third party and not from the government system, according to a report by Cyble. “We came […]

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Truecaller Data of 4.75 Crore Indian Users Leaked on Dark Web: Report

Truecaller data of 4.75 crore Indian users have been put on sale on the dark web for around ₹75,000, online intelligence firm Cyble reported. Truecaller however denied the report saying that there’s no breach on its database. The Truecaller data is from 2019 and the information available on the dark web has been categorised based on states, cities […]

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Cyber Criminals Leak Personal Data of 2.9 Crore Indians on Dark Web for Free

Cyber criminals have posted personal data of 2.9 crore job-seeking Indians on dark web for free in one of the hacking forums, according to online intelligence firm Cyble. The company had recently revealed hacking of Facebook and Sequoia-funded Indian education technology firm Unacademy. “29.1 million Indian jobseekers’ personal details leaked in deepweb for free. We usually see this sort of leaks all the time, […]

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Xiaomi Users, Beware: Your Data is Being Read by Chinese Servers

Xiaomi phones are sending an uncomfortable amount of user data to remote servers belonging to outsourced Chinese partners, according to a report by Forbes. The issue appears intrinsic to Xiaomi’s own apps, such as its default browser or the Mi Music app that make up Xiaomi’s proprietary MIUI interface. The type of data collected include a user’s […]

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