This bizarre iOS bug can completely disconnect your Wi-Fi

Although Apple’s iOS operating system is widely regarded as one of the most reliable and stable on mobile devices, bugs can occasionally arise, causing features to glitch and even affecting…

Android apps discovered with the ‘Joker’ malware: Report

For the past three years, the infamous ‘Joker’ malware has been found in a number of Google Play Store apps.   According to a recent analysis from Quick Heal Security…

Peloton Bike+ vulnerability allows hackers to control it

The popular Peloton Bike+ had a vulnerability that, if exploited, would have given an attacker entire control of the gadget, including the camera and microphone, allowing them to spy on…

Paradise Ransomware source code released

The Paradise Ransomware source code was released on a hacking forum and may be used by any aspiring hacker to create their own customized ransomware operation.   Only active members…

Spotify launches Greenroom app

Greenroom, a new standalone app from Spotify that focuses on live audio, has emerged as a competitor to Clubhouse.   Spotify revealed in March that it had acquired Betty Labs,…

REvil ransomware attacks US nuclear weapons contractor

The REvil ransomware gang, which claims to be auctioning data stolen during the attack, targeted US nuclear weapons contractor Sol Oriens with a cyberattack.   Sol Oriens describes itself as…

Instagram‌ ‌bug allowed anyone to access private accounts

Instagram has fixed a new bug that allowed anyone to access private accounts’ archived posts and stories without needing to follow them.   On April 16, 2021, Fartade reported the…

Apple patched ninth zero-day bug exploited in the wild this year

Apple has patched two iOS zero-day flaws that “could have been actively exploited” to gain access to older iPhone, iPad, and iPod devices.   Memory corruption and use after free…

SEO poisoning used to backdoor targets with malware

Microsoft is investigating a number of cyberattacks that use SEO poisoning to infect targets with a remote access trojan (RAT) capable of stealing sensitive information and backdooring victims’ systems.  …

EA data breach: hackers stole game source code

Hackers broke into the network of gaming giant Electronic Arts (EA), stealing 750 GB of data, including game source code and debug tools.   EA is the creator and publisher…