Twitter’s transparency report revealed that users aren’t quick to adopt 2FA and once they do enable it, they choose the least secure option. According to the data shared by Twitter in its recently released transparency report, the popular social network’s users are reluctant to adopt two-factor authentication (2FA) to bolster their account security. In fact, the report paints … More Most Twitter users haven’t enabled 2FA yet, report reveals
Here’s how easily your phone number could be stolen, why a successful SIM swap scam is only the beginning of your problems, and how you can avoid becoming a victim of the attack. Just how easy is it to conduct a SIM swap attack and what can the attacker do once they have taken control of your … More I hacked my friend’s website after a SIM swap attack
Why FluBot is a major threat for Android users, how to avoid falling victim, and how to get rid of the malware if your device has already been compromised. Android malware known as FluBot is continuing to cause mayhem across some European countries, and there is speculation that the threat actors behind it may decide … More Take action now – FluBot malware may be on its way
Some personal information just doesn’t age – here’s what the Facebook data leak may mean for you. ‘Half a billion Facebook users’ data breached’, this or something very similar is a headline you may have seen in the media in recent days. Any data breach, especially one that affects such a large quantity of users, … More Does data stolen in a data breach expire?
The malware can grab login credentials for more than 450 apps and bypass SMS-based two-factor authentication. Cybercriminals are attempting to take advantage of the popularity of Clubhouse to deliver malware that aims to steal users’ login information for a variety of online services, ESET malware researcher Lukas Stefanko has found. Disguised as the (as yet non-existent) Android … More Beware Android trojan posing as Clubhouse app