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DJI Drone Data Exposed due to Cloud Infrastructure Vulnerability
DJI makes some of the most mainstream quadcopters available, yet its items have more than once drawn investigation from the United States government over protection and security concerns. Most as of late, the Department of Defense in May restricted the buy of customer rambles made by a bunch of merchants, including DJI. Presently DJI has...
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Evernote for Windows
A researcher who uses the online moniker Sebao identified a stored XSS flaw in the Evernote app. He found that when a picture was added to a note and later renamed, JavaScript code could be added instead of a name. If the note was shared with another Evernote user, the code would get executed when...
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DNS burrowing
A security analyst as of late reached MyBroadband to report a weakness in the MTN arrange that could enable programmers to get free information utilizing DNS burrowing.   The Domain Name System (DNS) is an arrangement of servers on the Internet which empower the interpretation of comprehensible spaces, as mtn.co.za, into Internet Protocol addresses.  ...
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Phishing and Fraud Opportunities on the Vulnerability
Phishing and Fraud Opportunities on the Vulnerability: Root access on most devices is severe to the point that everything on your machine can be copied and sniffed out to a hacker’s computer. Search for malware alone won’t suffice, because vulnerabilities cannot be simply scanned through normal malware protection, so much for malware detection alone too....
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Researchers Create Hack to Unlock Millions of Hotel Room Doors
Smart door is not spare nowadays as flaw in electronic hotel door locks from Assa Abloy could allow hackers to access guest rooms and other secure locations at millions of assets around the world, F-Secure one of the leading Cyber Security Solutions for home and business researchers have discovered. Software patch were issued to fix...
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URL Spoofing on Safari Browsers
An IT security researcher based in Pakistan named Rafay Baloch has just uncovered a critical weakness that could allow fraudsters to spoof website addresses in the Microsoft Edge web browser for Windows and Apple Safari for iOS. While Microsoft secured this weakness last month as part of its monthly security updates release, Safari is still...
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