With Facebook’s 2.8 billion active monthly users, hackers now have an ocean of accounts to exploit. Despite security updates made after a 2018 security breach that affected more than 30 million users, over 500,000 phone numbers were still leaked in 2019. Although Facebook’s security has improved drastically after these breaches, hackers target individual accounts. So
It’s becoming increasingly common to see the use of electronic systems in electoral voting. Whether online voting or the electronic voting machines you’ll find at polling stations, many elections now use electronic systems of some kind. However, electronic voting is not without its risks. One of the biggest problems is the potential for such systems
The Android Accessibility Service is a key part of helping the elderly and disabled use their smartphones. However, it also opens up the door for malware developers to create sneaky malware ruins people’s day. Let’s explore the Android Accessibility Service, and how it can be used for malicious intent. What Is the Android Accessibility Service?
You may have heard about the discovery of a hack which targeted iPhone devices via websites for years. Google announced it had uncovered the issue as part of its Project Zero security analysis mission, and it showed how hackers could have accessed thousands of devices over a two year period. So how were websites able
Want to learn how to hack? Hacking isn’t a single subject that anyone can pick up overnight. If you want to hack like a pro, you won’t be able to read just one article and visit a few hacking websites. But if you spend a lot of time studying and practicing your craft, you can learn
Twitter remains unsurpassed as a way to chat in real-time about any topic with people from all over the globe. One thing it does not do well, however, is tweet history. It’s almost impossible to use either the web app or the mobile app to casually browse your past posts. If you’re a serial tweeter,