Contacts Generator

Contacts Generator

·This app has three main functions: Contacts generation, deletion and pulling DB.·You can generate random contacts on the specific account you select easily.·You can delete all contacts on the specific account you select by one click.

Unpatched bug in iOS 13.3.1 and later stops VPNs from encrypting all connections

Unpatched bug in iOS 13.3.1 and later stops VPNs from encrypting all connections

The VPN bypass bug in iOS 13.3.1 and later causes some internet connections to continue with their original, unencrypted connection – which is a security and privacy concern.Caleb Chen is a digital currency and privacy advocate who believes we must #KeepOurNetFree, preferably through decentralization.

An insecure mess: How flawed JavaScript is turning web into a hacker's playground

An insecure mess: How flawed JavaScript is turning web into a hacker's playground

Overall, 87 percent of the Alexa sites and 46.5 percent of the .com sites use one of the 72 libraries.Additionally, 9.7 percent of the sites in the study use two or more vulnerable library versions.

Did Some Phone Cameras Inadvertently Open While Users Scrolled Facebook App?

Did Some Phone Cameras Inadvertently Open While Users Scrolled Facebook App?

Facebook app on iOS 13.2.2 opens my phone’s rear camera when I open a profile photo swipe down to return (look at the little slit on the left of the video).

Google’s silent Chrome experiment crashes thousands of browsers and angers IT admins

Google’s silent Chrome experiment crashes thousands of browsers and angers IT admins

Google confirmed the testing and rollout of this feature in a statement to The Verge, and apologized for the issues:.

Facebook says a bug caused its iPhone app’s inadvertent camera access

Facebook says a bug caused its iPhone app’s inadvertent camera access

has faced a barrage of concern over an apparent bug that resulted in the social media giant’s iPhone app exposing the camera as users scroll through their feed.

Google Warns LastPass Users Were Exposed To ‘Last Password’ Credential Leak

Google Warns LastPass Users Were Exposed To ‘Last Password’ Credential Leak

Project Zero has just disclosed that a security vulnerability left some of those 16 million users exposed to the risk of credential compromise as, in an ironic twist, LastPass could leak the last password used to any website visited.

Google says hackers have put ‘monitoring implants’ in iPhones for years

Google says hackers have put ‘monitoring implants’ in iPhones for years

An unprecedented iPhone hacking operation, which attacked “thousands of users a week” until it was disrupted in January, has been revealed by researchers at Google’s external security team.Google said it had reported the security issues to Apple on 1 February.

How safe are school records? Not very, says student security researcher

How safe are school records? Not very, says student security researcher

Among one of the more damaging issues Demirkapi found in Follett’s student information system was an improper access control vulnerability, which if exploited could have allowed an attacker to read and write to the central Aspen database and obtain any student’s data.

Google Has Been ‘Accidentally’ Storing Passwords in Plaintext Since 2005

Google Has Been ‘Accidentally’ Storing Passwords in Plaintext Since 2005

Google is facing controversy after it recently admitted that it has ‘accidentally’ been storing user passwords in plaintext. Apparently, Google has been storing passwords in plaintext due to a bug.

Google Stored G Suite Users' Passwords in Plain-Text for 14 Years

Google Stored G Suite Users' Passwords in Plain-Text for 14 Years

However, Google also says that the plain text passwords were stored not on the open Internet but on its own secure encrypted servers and that the company found no evidence of anyone's password being improperly accessed.

GitHub - realtho/PartyLoud: A simple tool to do several HTTP / HTTPS requests and simulate navigation

GitHub - realtho/PartyLoud: A simple tool to do several HTTP / HTTPS requests and simulate navigation

Internal Engine is now complete and operative cURL is now used to generate pseudo-random requests HTML response is now parsed using grep Bad URLs are now filtered using a wordlist mechanism (wordlist is located in a file named badwords) ✅ Changed. and python are now no more required to run the script disabled user-defined number of processes [0.0.2] - 2019-03-18.

How to Sweep For Bugs and Hidden Cameras

How to Sweep For Bugs and Hidden Cameras

Bugs always need a way to deliver the data they're gathering to their owners, so deep bug sweeps should go beyond regular electronics detection to scan for laser beam and microwave transmission setups.

Facebook admits it stored ‘hundreds of millions’ of account passwords in plaintext

Facebook admits it stored ‘hundreds of millions’ of account passwords in plaintext

Facebook confirmed Thursday in a blog post, prompted by a report by cybersecurity reporter Brian Krebs, that it stored “hundreds of millions” of account passwords in plaintext for years. Both companies said passwords were stored in plaintext and not scrambled.

Google browser vulnerability could have let hackers steal personal data

Google browser vulnerability could have let hackers steal personal data

The bug was briefly disclosed in Google’s patch notes from January , described only as a high-severity vulnerability with “insufficient policy enforcement.” After a new report from Positive Technologies, we now know that the bug affected Android’s WebView component, which is commonly used to display pages inside Android apps.

Google Project Zero team reveals ‘high severity’ flaw in macOS kernel, working w/ Apple on a patch

Google Project Zero team reveals ‘high severity’ flaw in macOS kernel, working w/ Apple on a patch

Most recently, the team at Google has reported and publicly disclosed a “high severity” flaw in the macOS kernel which can grant an attacker access to a users computer without their knowledge.

Google disables Android TV photo sharing for all users after account privacy issue

Google disables Android TV photo sharing for all users after account privacy issue

Until the bug is resolved, Android TV owners won’t be able to set Google Photo albums as their screensaver or view pictures with Google Assistant on their set-top devices or smart TVs, as reported by Android Police .

Once hailed as unhackable, blockchains are now getting hacked

Once hailed as unhackable, blockchains are now getting hacked

A blockchain protocol is a set of rules that dictate how the computers in the network, called nodes , should verify new transactions and add them to the database.

Stop saying, “We take your privacy and security seriously”

Stop saying, “We take your privacy and security seriously”

The truth is, most companies don’t care about the privacy or security of your data.

Those Twitter DM’s From the Account You Deleted? They Could Still be Around

Those Twitter DM’s From the Account You Deleted? They Could Still be Around

Twitter claims accounts that have been deactivated and deleted are removed from the service along with all the rest of the account’s data after 30 days.

Even years later, Twitter doesn’t delete your direct messages

Even years later, Twitter doesn’t delete your direct messages

Twitter retains direct messages for years, including messages you and others have deleted, but also data sent to and from accounts that have been deactivated and suspended, according to security researcher Karan Saini.

Apple fixes iPhone bug that allowed people to eavesdrop on FaceTime calls

Apple fixes iPhone bug that allowed people to eavesdrop on FaceTime calls

SAN FRANCISCO — Apple has released an iPhone update to fix a software flaw that allowed people to eavesdrop on others while using FaceTime. WATCH: How a 14-year-old teenager discovered Apple’s FaceTime bug Help us improve GlobalNews.ca Take the survey now!

Apple releases update to prevent FaceTime eavesdropping

Apple releases update to prevent FaceTime eavesdropping

Apple has released an iPhone update to fix a FaceTime flaw that allowed people to eavesdrop on others while using its group video chat feature. (AP Photo/Brian Skoloff, File) SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Apple has released an iPhone update to fix a software flaw that allowed people to eavesdrop on others while using FaceTime.

New Release: Tor Browser 8.5a7

New Release: Tor Browser 8.5a7

We ship our new Tor Browser logo for the first time in a release build on desktop platforms and are eager to learn about bugs and general feedback .

ICloud Possibly Suffered A Privacy Breach Last Year That Apple Kept a Secret

ICloud Possibly Suffered A Privacy Breach Last Year That Apple Kept a Secret

Last week, Turkish security researcher Melih confirmed The Hacker News that he discovered the alleged flaw in October 2018, and then responsibly reported it to the Apple's security team with steps to reproduce the bug and a video demonstration, showing how he was able to read personal iCloud data from other Apple users without their knowledge.

Apple Was Slow to Act on FaceTime Bug That Allows Spying on iPhones

Apple Was Slow to Act on FaceTime Bug That Allows Spying on iPhones

On Friday, Apple’s product security team encouraged Ms. Thompson, a lawyer, to set up a developer account to send a formal bug report. The company reacted after a separate developer reported the FaceTime flaw and it was written about on the Apple fan site 9to5mac.com , in an article that went viral.

Apple rushes to fix FaceTime bug that let users eavesdrop on others

Apple rushes to fix FaceTime bug that let users eavesdrop on others

Serious glitch, which can also turn on video without people’s knowledge, comes amid increasing concerns over privacy Apple has made the group functionality on its FaceTime application temporarily unavailable as it rushes to fix a glitch that allowed users to listen in on the people they were calling when they did not pick up the call.

IPhone FaceTime bug lets you eavesdrop on other people

IPhone FaceTime bug lets you eavesdrop on other people

San Francisco (CNN Business)A newly discovered bug in Apple's FaceTime software lets Apple users listen in on the people they are calling, and even see through their front-facing camera, without them picking-up the call.

Apple FaceTime bug lets you listen even if someone doesn't answer

Apple FaceTime bug lets you listen even if someone doesn't answer

There's a FaceTime bug that lets you hear through someone else's iPhone, even if they haven't answered your phone call. I tried placing a video call to my editor from my iPhone using Apple's FaceTime app.

Major iPhone FaceTime bug lets you hear the audio of the person you are calling … before they pick up

Major iPhone FaceTime bug lets you hear the audio of the person you are calling … before they pick up

The bug lets you call anyone with FaceTime, and immediately hear the audio coming from their phone — before the person on the other end has accepted or rejected the incoming call.