More than 267 million Facebook user IDs, phone numbers, and names were exposed online and available for access without any security.
AT&T has started rolling out call validation display to selected Android smartphones in order to help users fight against spammers and robocallers.
A newly discovered iOS exploit named “checkm8”, classified as a bootrom vulnerability, could lead to a permanent, unblockable jailbreak on hundreds of millions of iPhones.
Cloud provider Cloudflare officially announced the public availability of its security and speed-focused mobile VPN called WARP on Android and iOS.
Today, Google announced the release of Android 10 Go edition targetted towards low-end smartphones. This new version will now require all devices to have encryption.
Senior Trump officials have discussed the possibility of passing new legislation that could make it illegal for companies to offer end-to-end encryption through their services.
EA patched major vulnerabilities in their Origin game store that could allow hackers to hijack over 300 million Origin user accounts around the world.
Whatsapp has disclosed a vulnerability that allowed hackers to remotely install spyware on iOS and Android phones by exploiting a bug in the audio call feature of the app.
Samsung is currently rolling out the January 2019 Android security patch, which brings bug fixes and performance upgrades for Galaxy Note 8.
According to a recent report, Facebook is paying teenagers to install a “Research” app, which secretly tracks user activity and collects data on them.
Samsung is currently rolling out a new update for Galaxy A8+ (2018) that includes Android January 2019 security patch.
Today, Facebook disclosed a bug in their Photo API that gave app developers access to the photos of up to 6.8 million users.