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Apple’s New iMessage Feature Will Alert Users if They are being Spied on 8.12.2022 17:32

Apple has introduced several new privacy features to iOS and iCloud. One of them is a new way for users to detect if someone is spying on them when they are speaking on iMessage. It’s called “Contact Key Verification” in iMessage, and it’s very useful for those who “face extraordinary digital threats,” such as politicians, journalists, and activists.

The iMessage Contact Key Verification ensures that no conversations are eavesdropped on. This will ensure that they are only texting the people with whom they desire to converse.

If an “exceptionally advanced adversary,” like a state-sponsored attacker, succeeds in breaking and snooping on encrypted iMessage conversations, users who enable iMessage Contact Key Verification will receive immediate notifications.

Many users may assume, “This function is overkill for them; this only works for celebrities.” You are probably correct. The Advanced iMessage function is designed specifically for highly targeted individuals. Apple stated that it will be extremely beneficial to “people who confront significant digital risks, such as journalists, human rights campaigners, and government officials.”

Apple did not disclose much specifics regarding how Contact Key Verification will operate when it goes live in 2023. However, the company stated that customers who activate it would be able to compare a Contact Verification Code in person, through FaceTime (which is also end-to-end encrypted), and over another secure conversation.

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Hackers Arrested for Hacking US Networks to Steal Employee Data 7.12.2022 18:01

The FBI arrested four accused hackers for breaking into US networks in order to steal employee data for identity theft and submitting bogus tax returns. The hackers were apprehended in London, the United Kingdom, and Malmo, Sweden.

Hackers identified are Akinola Taylor (Nigeria), Olayemi Adafin (United Kingdom), Olakunle Oyebanjo (Nigeria), and Kazeem Olanrewaju Runsewe (Nigeria).

They were charged with transnational wire fraud and identity theft for submitting false tax claims to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in order to steal money from the agency through tax refunds.

By acquiring stolen credentials from cybercrime markets, the hackers get access to the systems.

“One of the places that Taylor and Runsewe had obtained unauthorized access to computer servers was the xDedic Marketplace, a website that operated for years and was used to sell access to compromised computers worldwide and personally identifiable information of U.S. residents,” as per the DOJ announcement

According to the DOJ, Taylor and Runsewe utilized the obtained information to file bogus Form 1040 claims with the IRS, using authentic U.S. resident PII but incorporating bank accounts under their control for receiving payments.

Adafin and Oyebanjo are accused of assisting the hackers with money laundering by moving funds to other conspirators and through a complicated network of debit cards and bank accounts.

If convicted, the four hackers face up to twenty years in federal prison; additional penalties for identity theft and theft of public funds are not yet included. 

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Women are suing Apple over Airtag stalking 6.12.2022 17:56

Airtags are used for stalking, which is understandable given that they allow users to track and tag the location where they are planted. Two women are suing Apple, claiming that Airtags are being abused and used for stalking..

The lawsuit was filed on Monday, and some Apple customers are taking advantage of its feature.  “With a price point of just $29, it has become the weapon of choice of stalkers and abusers”. Lauren Hughes, a Texas resident, said that a stalker used an AirTag to monitor her last year by inserting the device in the wheel well of her car.

As per the lawsuit, Hughes received little assistance from Apple or local authorities in stopping the stalker. “Ms. Hughes continues to fear for her safety—at minimum, her stalker has evidenced a commitment to continuing to use AirTags to track, harass, and threaten her, and continues to use AirTags to find her location,” the complaint adds.

Another case was reported by a woman from New York who faced stalking from her ex-husband with the help of an Airtag this past summer.

“Ms. Doe was unable to figure out how her former spouse could follow her movements so closely, until one day she found an AirTag in her child’s backpack. She attempted to disable or otherwise render ineffective that AirTag, but another one soon showed up in its place,” the complaint says. The unnamed woman also continues to fear for her safety. 

The case accuses Apple of a variety of offenses, including negligence, breach of the right to privacy, unjust enrichment, and a claim for monetary damages.

Many reports of Airtag being used as a tracker have created worries among many people about their safety and privacy. Airtags are increasingly being used to monitor or stalk people.

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China Unveils the World’s First 600Hz Gaming Laptop Display 5.12.2022 17:30

Last week, the Chinese manufacturer BOE Technology unveiled a 600Hz display laptop, making it the first 600Hz laptop with an extremely high refresh rate.

As stated in the TechSpot article, BOE has not released any additional information about the laptop other than its size and refresh rate as of yet. So, it remains a mystery to us all as to what type of LCD panel they used to achieve such a high refresh rate.

BOE demonstrated a number of new products in development at the World Display Industry conference in China, including a 16-inch laptop display with a maximum refresh rate of 600Hz. The laptop’s specifications were not released, other than the fact that it was powered by an AMD Ryzen processor and featured Nvidia RTX stickers on the casing.

The screen is definitely intended towards competitive gamers who prefer games like CS:GO, Valorant, and Overwatch 2.

It remains to be seen whether the pixel reaction times can keep up with such a high refresh rate, and, more importantly, whether consumers would detect any difference.

BOE has not disclosed any more information on when it will release the display with the fastest refresh rate in the world of laptop gaming.

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Apple’s iPhone 14 Emergency SOS Feature Saves a Stranded Man in Alaska  2.12.2022 18:20

The release of the Apple Emergency SOS feature is expected to save many lives in crisis situations. It didn’t take long for the SOS feature to be tested, as it helped a man who was stranded in Alaska.

At around 2:00 a.m. on December 1, Alaska state troopers received notice that a man traveling by snow machine from Noorvik to Kotzebue had been trapped.

The Stranded Man was in a cold and isolated location. Good thing he has an iPhone 14, which is why he activated the said feature that saved his life.

Troopers who assisted in the rescue were “impressed with the accuracy and completeness of information included in the initial alert,” with the Emergency SOS via Satellite feature designed to ask numerous questions prior to sending out an alert to accelerate rescue efforts.

If there is no cellular or Wi-Fi signal when dialing 911, the Feature will show automatically. It will display a pop-up notification that says “Emergency Text by Satellite.” Tapping it will launch a questionnaire designed to answer critical questions such as the nature of the emergency and whether anyone is injured.

In the coming months, Apple plans to expand support for the Emergency SOS function to France, Germany, Ireland, and the United Kingdom.

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Australia’s Medibank Hackers Leak More Customers’ Data 1.12.2022 19:32

Hackers from Medibank, Australia’s largest health insurer, have leaked millions more pieces of stolen medical information from customers. The cyberattack exposed millions of medical records at the organization.

New dumps on the dark web include information about clients’ mental health and alcohol consumption. The disclosures occur after Medibank refuses to pay the ransom.

A blog post thought to have been used by hackers stated, “Happy Cyber Security Day!!! Added folder full. Case closed.” It also attached a file containing many compressed files totaling more than 5 gigabytes.

The Australian Federal Police has said that it was a Russian-Based hackers who hacked Medibank and compromised 10 million current and former customers. 

The breach took place On october 13, 2022. As per Medibank, the stolen data does not contain any financial information and simply contains personal information.

According to Medibank, the Office of the Australian Information Commission (OAIC), the country’s privacy authority, has also initiated an investigation into how the corporation manages personal information.

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South Dakota Bans TikTok on All State-Owned Devices 30.11.2022 17:02

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem signed an executive order this week banning all government workers, agencies, and contractors from using TikTok on state-issued devices.

The executive order is a response to TikTok’s “growing national security threat,” as described by Gov. Noem, due to the possibility that it may be used by the Chinese Communist Party to collect user information.

Governor Noem is skeptical about TitkTok and believes it is gathering information to use against the United States of America:

“South Dakota will have no part in the intelligence gathering operations of nations who hate us,” Gov. Noem said “The Chinese Community Party uses information that it gathers on TikTok to manipulate the American people, and they gather data off the devices that access the platform.”

The order is effective immediately and applies to all employees and agencies of the State of South Dakota, as well as individuals and companies who contract with the state, commissions, and authority, and their agents. The directive forbids installing or using the TikTok app or browsing the website on state-owned or leased electronic devices with internet access.

“Because of our serious duty to protect the private data of South Dakota citizens, we must take this action immediately. I hope other states will follow South Dakota’s lead, and Congress should take broader action, as well,” continued Governor Noem

Tiktok was created by the Chinese company ByteDance, which is why there have been multiple efforts to ban the platform since the government is concerned about potential National Security Risks.

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Malicious Android App Reads SMS and sends it to the Attacker 29.11.2022 18:02

Another malware application was able to get around Google Play Store security checks; this app lets attackers to discreetly read and access SMS in order to be used in account creation services sites such as Microsoft, Google, and others.

The aforementioned software is a bogus Android SMS app with 100,000 downloads on Google Play. Infected devices are rented out as “Virtual Numbers,” which transmit SMS messages and are used to create new service accounts.

While the app has a 3.4 overall rating, many user reviews claim that it is a scam, that it hijacks their phones, and that it produces several OTPs (one-time passwords) upon installation.

“Fake app I just download this app 4-5 times of OTP via Google, Airtel payment, Bank OTP, dream11 OTP, etc. Type of OTP arrives at the moment of login,” one user stated.

Maxime Ingrao, an Evina Security researcher, discovered the malicious app:

Despite the fact that it has already been reported, the app is still available on the Google Play Store.

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Europe’s Air Passengers May Soon Enjoy an In-Flight 5G Connection 28.11.2022 17:56

After the European Commission opted to make regulatory changes to open up new opportunities for innovation, European airplanes now have the option of offering full 5G coverage to passengers.

In its most recent ruling on on-board communications, the European Commission stated that planes will utilize specialized network equipment known as “pico-cells” to link and route calls, messages, and data via satellite.

Passengers on European Union aircraft will be able to use their mobile phones in a 5G connection exactly as they would on a ground-based 5G mobile network.

In a statement, EU Commissioner for the Internal Market Thierry Breton stated:

“5G will enable innovative services for people and growth opportunities for European companies,” and “The sky is no longer a limit when it comes to possibilities offered by super-fast, high-capacity connectivity.”

Since 2008, the Commission’s reserve designated frequencies for mobile communications on flights, allowing airlines to offer messaging, phone calls, and data services to passengers traveling inside the EU.

Changes are scheduled to take effect as soon as possible, but no later than June 30th, 2023.

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Google Chrome Releases New Update to Patch Actively Exploited Zero-Day Flaw 25.11.2022 17:58

Google issued a software update to fix yet another zero-day flaw in its Chrome web browser. CVE-2022-4135 is identified as a high severity vulnerability.

The aforementioned Zero-Day Flaw is identified as CVE-2022-4135, which is defined as a heap buffer overflow in the GPU component and categorized as a high-severity vulnerability. Clement Lecigne, a member of Google’s Threat Analysis Group (TAG), disclosed the new vulnerability on November 22, 2022.

A heap-based overflow can be exploited and used as a weapon, as per TheHackerNews: 

“Heap-based buffer overflow bugs can be weaponized by threat actors to crash a program or execute arbitrary code, leading to unintended behavior.”

Google has indicated that the vulnerability is known to them: “Google is aware that an attack for CVE-2022-4135 exists in the wild.”

This year, Google has patched many zero-day vulnerabilities in Chrome:

To minimize possible risks, users are advised to upgrade to version 107.0.5304.121 for macOS and Linux, and 107.0.5304.121/.122 for Windows. Also, users of Chromium-based browsers such as Microsoft Edge, Brave, Opera, and Vivaldi are also expected to apply the patches. 

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