Chinese Hackers Target Russian Defence Research Institutes: Report
China’s cybercriminals are targeting Russian defence research institutes, according to a report released by cybersecurity firm CheckPoint Research (CPR) on Friday.
YouTube Now Highlights Most Replayed Parts Of Videos
Google-owned music streaming platform YouTube will now highlight the “most replayed” parts of videos in its web player and mobile apps to let users skip the boring parts.
Critical Privilege Escalation Vulnerability In Jupiter And JupiterX Premium Themes
Security researchers of Wordfence have disclosed a set of vulnerabilities in the Jupiter and JupiterX Premium themes and the required JupiterX Core companion plugin for WordPress, which included a critical privilege escalation vulnerability that allowed any user to become an administrator.
Apple Lets Employees Work Remotely As Covid Again Surges In US
Apple has once again delayed its full return-to-office policy while maintaining two days a week at the workplace for the time being amid the fresh surge in Covid infections in the US.
Millions Of Attacks Target Tatsu Builder Plugin
The Wordfence Threat Intelligence team has been tracking a large-scale attack against a Remote Code Execution vulnerability in Tatsu Builder, which is tracked by CVE-2021-25094 and was publicly disclosed on March 24, 2022, by an independent security researcher. The issue is present in vulnerable versions…
Elon Musk, Parag Agrawal Spar On Twitter Over Fake User Accounts
The knives were finally out on Monday between Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Parag Agrawal as the Twitter CEO went into finer details on how the micro-blogging platform is fighting spam and fake accounts, to which Musk has objected and put the $44 billion Twitter takeover deal on hold.
Apple Will Let Your Subscription Apps Charge You More Money Without Asking
Tech giant Apple has updated its App Store rules to make it so subscriptions can auto-renew without your explicit permission, even if the developer has raised the monthly or annual price.
China’s Semiconductor Output Shrinks To 2020 Level
China has suffered a major setback as its semiconductor output shrank 12.1 percent to 25.9 billion units in April, its lowest since December 2020, the media reported on Monday.