Application Security

MEITU IS A popular app that transforms your selfie into an adorable anime character. You’ve probably already downloaded it. In exchange for the simple pleasure of giving you an absurd makeover, though, it demands sprawling access to your personal data

A raw intelligence document published last week contains much information about President Donald Trump and the approach of the Kremlin to the cyber espionage. According to the report, the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) offers bribes for back doors into commercial products, it

Claims of a backdoor in WhatsApp that could be used for third-party snooping were shot down by WhatsApp, which called the allegations false. On Friday, news outlet The Guardian reported that a cryptography researcher had discovered a backdoor in WhatsApp’s

Researchers say a cybercrime group has been earning as much as $3 million to $5 million daily by generating up to 300 million fraudulent video-ad impressions per day. The group behind the ad fraud has created a complex bot farm

KickassTorrents is back from the dead! Back in July, the world’s largest and most notorious BitTorrent distribution site KickassTorrents (KAT) with millions of unique daily visitors was shut down by the U.S. authorities following the arrest of its alleged owner

A student uncovered a security vulnerability in the job placement website of Virgin Media that allegedly exposed “about 30,000 to 50,000” applications featuring personal information such as names, home addresses, email details and telephone numbers. In a blog post published

Nearly 5,900 e-commerce sites has been breached by hackers and installed malware that steals victim’s credit card details, according to a security researcher. According to Dutch security analyst Willem De Groot he said that, the hackers gained access to a

Microsoft is giving its Edge browser a security boost with Windows Defender Application Guard for Windows 10 Enterprise. Other browsers use software-based sandboxes to stay segregated from sensitive areas of the PC, but they “still provide a pathway for malware