Project Circuit Breaker is an expansion of Intel’s bug bounty program that hosts targeted time-boxed events on specific new platforms.
Did you know you can blur your house on Apple Maps and Google Maps? This capability is open to everyone, here’s what you can do.
Video conference company Civicom has had a data leak, found by the Website Planet Security team. Over 100,000 files were included.
An NFT found on the OpenSea marketplace can steal visitors’ IP addresses, according to a repot from Motherboard.
Of course, websites often collect and store visitors’ IP addresses in virtue of how the sites function. OpenSea itself likely collects the IP addresses of visitors, like plenty of other sites, apps, or services. But here, an outside third party—the NFT seller—is able to gather information themselves on the people viewing the NFT, potentially without them knowing.
An Apple safety guide has appeared to give customers information on how to protect themselves if their personal safety is at risk.
JetPack discovered a backdoor found within AccessPress themes and plugins. Every theme and most plugins contain this malware.
A contractor for The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) suffered a data breach, as revealed on Wednesday.
The IRS is requiring people create an account with ID.me to access and submit taxes. One of the verification methods is a video selfie