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Category: Hacker News
OnePlus has finally confirmed that its online payment system was breached, following several complaints of fraudulent credit card transactions from its customers who made purchases on the company’s official website.
A global mobile espionage campaign collecting a trove of sensitive personal information from victims since at least 2012 has accidentally revealed itself—thanks to an exposed server on the open internet.
Even after many efforts made by Google last year, malicious apps always somehow manage to make their ways into Google app store.
Security researchers have spotted a new malware campaign in the wild that spreads an advanced botnet malware by leveraging at least three recently disclosed vulnerabilities in Microsoft Office.
Canadian authorities have arrested and charged an Ontario man for operating a website that collected ‘stolen’ personal identity records and credentials from some three billion online accounts and sold them for profit.
A critical vulnerability has been discovered in the widely used Transmission BitTorrent app that could allow hackers to remotely execute malicious code on BitTorrent users’ computers and take control of them.
This year’s first bad news for OnePlus users—a large number of OnePlus customers are reporting of fraudulent credit card transactions after buying products from the Chinese smartphone manufacturer’s official online store.
The cybersecurity threat landscape has never been more extensive and is most likely to grow exponentially in 2018.