The habit of charging the smartphone anywhere can make you a victim of hacking. This can also empty your bank account. Police has advised people not to charge their phones in public places like bus stands, railway stations, small restaurants and charging stations. With this you can become a victim of juice jacking or charger hacking.
A spyware company has brought such an offer, which has created a lot of ruckus. She is claiming to hack any phone by taking money. The tweet has gone viral. Well-known spyware company Intellexa is now competing with NSO Group Pegasus Developers. About 64 crores is providing services to hack Android and iOS devices by taking iOS and latest Android 12 update.
While the Google account simplifies our work by connecting all services, it also holds the key to our financial and personal information on these apps. This implies that once the security of your Google account has been breached, the hacker or fraudster can obtain any information they choose. As a result, it is critical that you exercise caution when utilising Google services to avoid having them hacked.
The value of cryptocurrency stolen makes this the largest hack of 2022 to date. The company contacted the hacker and offered them the maximum bug bounty in exchange for a return of the funds. Qubit provides a service known as a “bridge" between different blockchains, meaning that deposits made in one cryptocurrency can be withdrawn in another.
Fake emails appeared to come from a legitimate FBI email address ending in @ic.fbi.gov, the FBI said in a statement. The hackers sent tens of thousands of emails warning of a possible cyberattack, threat-tracking organization Spamhaus Project said on its Twitter account. Both the FBI and Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency are aware of the incident, the FBI statement said.
Domino’s India became a victim of a major data leak as more than 18 crore orders’ data has been put up on the dark web for sale as a searchable database. Last year, even companies like Haldiram, WhiteHatJr, and others were not spared from such attacks. India has been at the receiving end of such dastardly attacks because of a lack of investment in IT infrastructure.
As per a report, AirDrop is riddled with a bug that potentially enables an attacker to get an individual’s phone numbers and email addresses of users even as an unknown person. Basically, AirDrop functions in a way that takes into consideration a mutual authentication mechanism to compare a user’s phone number and email address with the entries in the address book of the device. The researchers further revealed that hackers can access these personal details by being close to the person and also possessing a WiFi-enabled device.
According to a report, hackers have now found new ways to steal your personal data and they are using SMS to rob data from your smartphones. Cox further revealed that the hackers carried out the attack in such a way that the victim would not even know that he has been targeted. This attack is aimed at getting access to information such as log-in to social media accounts associated with that phone number.