Monthly Archives: July 2022

Apple will start showing more ads in the App Store

Whether you noticed it or not, Apple showed you ads in the App Store. However, the ads have been limited to the search tab and search results so far, but now that seems to be changing as Apple is reportedly showing more ads in other sections of the app store. …

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Cybersecurity, Privacy and Data Protection VI – Privacy Protection

In this blog series, we will be sharing sections Business Transactions, Personal Health Information, Penalties, Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation and Policy Initiatives in Canada of a Privacy Program from one of the chapters, Cybersecurity, Privacy and data protection of our publications: Cross-Border Retailers Guide to Doing Business in Canada 2021. We …

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Cybersecurity and data protection provider Acronis raises $250 million in new funding

Acronis Inc., a leading provider of cybersecurity and data protection software, secured $250 million in funding at a valuation exceeding $3.5 billion. The funding round was the first reported by Bloomberg on Tuesday. Acronis confirmed Blocks and Files news today. Acronis, based in Switzerland, provides a cloud platform, Acronis Cyber …

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Be careful with this banking application!

The idea of ​​a faceless criminal making a fake copy of your mobile banking app, spying while you key in your credentials, and draining your savings before your eyes sounds like a wacky dystopian nightmare. But across Australia it is happening, and at an alarming rate. Last April, the country …

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NYS Consumer Protection Warns of SMS Scams Involving Fake Bank Fraud Alerts

Thu 28 July 2022 08:00 Phishing scams work when someone impersonates a representative of a financial institution to steal your personal and financial information √ Secretary of State Rodriguez: “Anyone who receives questionable unsolicited text messages should delete them immediately” √ Watch the video here Submitted by the New York …

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Sky Go video streaming app now available for UK Apple TV users

Sky UK (Sky TV, Sky Broadband) seems to have quietly removed the beta tag from its popular sky go video streaming app for Apple TV devices, which means regular customers of their pay-TV service should now be able to download and use it. The media giant, which has been testing …

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Coinfeeds raises $2 million and launches Web3 community monitoring app

FTX Ventures led the round alongside Y Combinator, Coinbase Ventures, Protocol Labs and Huobi Ventures, and Third Kind SAN FRANCISCO, July 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Coinfeeds (or “the Company”) today announced that it has raised a $2 million seed round led by FTX Ventures, Coinbase Ventures, Protocol Labs (IPFS/Filecoin), Huobi …

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How Hackers Can Use This Windows Application To Infect Your PC

Computers are evolving every day with new security and privacy measures to protect your system from malware. But so are pirates. Now attackers have found a new way to infect the Windows PC with malware, and they do it with the windows calculator. The QBotComment Where QakbotComment malware group has …

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Qakbot abuses Windows 7 Calculator app in mass spam campaign

During a routine threat hunting exercise, researchers last week came across a Twitter Publish in which a researcher shared new indicators of compromise (IOC) related to the Qakbot malware, aka QBot. The tweet from threat researchers ProxyLife said that Qakbot had been abusing the Windows 7 Calculator app for DLL …

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How SEO Improves Website Visibility

The basic approach to an effective online presence is to ensure that the right audience can locate your webpage. Through search engine optimization (SEO), you can maximize the content of your website to increase its visibility. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) refers to strategies designed to drive traffic from various online …

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The main reasons why spam protection is important

Spam is a huge problem online, and it’s only getting worse. Whether it’s unwanted emails, comments on blogs or social media, or even unsolicited text messages, spam can be frustrating and even dangerous. That’s why it’s important to have strong spam protection in place. By taking steps to block …

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Chinese loan app busted, four gang members detained | Delhi News

New Delhi: in a major crackdown on the so-called Chinese loan application racketpolice raided a three-story building in Sector 7 of Dwarka and arrested four suspects, including the kingpin, who were recovering money on behalf of their Chinese handlers. The racket was run by a BPO and consulting firm called …

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Website criticized for not allowing users to send emails if they are color blind

A resident is raging, he couldn’t send an email because he had to check a box to authenticate a color, and he can’t see it. A post on Reddit’s Mildly Infuriating forum, by u/Drajl19, showed a screenshot of the website page they couldn’t navigate to. “I can’t email my commune …

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ACCC and ASIC try to take down website for phishing and crypto scams – Security

Australia’s competition watchdog has teamed up with the business regulator to test automated takedowns of websites hosting phishing and other scams. The chair of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, Gina Cass-Gottlieb, revealed the lawsuit at the Law Council of Australia’s 2022 consumer rights forum on Tuesday. The lawsuit, which …

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Rightsholders move closer to website blockages via DNS providers

People who use Cloudflare’s popular third-party public domain name system (DNS) resolver – via the easy-to-remember IP address of 1.1.1.1 – may soon find that the company is being forced by the courts to block websites that facilitate Internet copyright infringement (piracy). A DNS provider will generally work to convert …

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Google removes Play Store ‘App Permissions’ listing for new ‘Data Security’ section — The Hacker News

Following the launch of a new “Data Security” section for the Android app on the Play Store, Google seems set to remove the list of app permissions from the mobile app and the web. The change has been Underline by Mishaal Rahman of Esper earlier this week. The Data Security …

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Student creates ‘democratic’ social media app | Campus

A Purdue student has invented a new social media app in an effort to tackle issues raised by social media giants selling their users’ private information. Sophomore James Gastineau coded a solution in the form of an iOS social media app called Bloctab. “Bloctab is a social media platform that …

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TalkTalk and Virgin Media block Penny Mordaunt’s ‘unsuitable’ website

The endless debate over the UK Government’s bloated and inconsistent Online Safety Bill (OSB) took another twist today after the Open Rights Group (ORG) pointed out that two of the biggest ISPs in broadband, Virgin Media (VMO2) and TalkTalk, were blocking access to MP Penny Mordaunt’s website under the heading …

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What is it and how does it work? Details inside

On July 13, 2022, Truecaller launched a brand new app for safe, secure and private audio conversations: Open Doors. After creating Truecaller, which protects people in their digital lives, and the free app Guardians for personal security, the Swedish company is now aiming for a new goal: enabling fun, impromptu …

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Americans have more time to criticize Google’s political spam email case

Google wants to make it easier for politicians to email you for money and help. The company sought permission from the Federal Election Commission – and to act quickly. But the commissioners are giving the public more time to comment on the proposal. Loading Something is loading. Amid growing public …

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Truecaller launches Open Doors, a private communication app

TrueCaller is the market leader in caller ID and spam blocking for mobile users. Based in Sweden, the company regularly publishes reports on the state of the mobile communications industry and the dangers posed by spam and scam attempts. The company is now leveraging its experience to create a secure, …

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Truecaller launches new Open Doors voice app

STOCKHOLM, July 13, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Truecaller, the world’s leading global communications platform, today launched a brand new app for safe, secure and private audio conversations: Open Doors. The application is the result of dedicated development work by the teams of stockholm and India. After creating Truecaller, which protects people …

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Why should you use an antivirus app on your Android phone

Many factors determine the overall security of a phone, its operating system being one of them. While Google provides several defensive systems that protect an Android smartphone against viruses and malware, Android is not entirely virus-proof, mainly because it runs on open-source code. Therefore, the source code of Android is …

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How not to lose backlinks and monitor website uptime performance

linkascope logo Online website uptime performance and backlink portfolio monitoring tools for website owners and SEO agencies. GOLD COAST, QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA, July 12, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — A new Australian startup is coming to the online space with useful monitoring tools to help website owners and SEO agencies monitor website uptime …

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Musk relinquishes Twitter takeover; social media app to bring a billionaire to justice

World’s richest man Elon Musk steps down $43 billion deal to buy the social media platform Twitter. Musk filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday, 08/07, advising the regulator that it was terminating the agreement, arguing that Twitter had provided “false and misleading” statements that were in “material …

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Grow your audience and embed comments into the website with FastComment’s super-fast commenting system

(Photo: @priscilladupreez / Unsplash) When you embed comments in websites, you can gather the best information from your audience and use it to boost reader engagement. You will no longer have to deal with the hassle of taking screenshots of comments to include in one of your website posts. This …

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Georgia officials call on university to take action on website identifying pregnancy centers

Representatives Andrew Clyde (R-Ga.) and Jody Hice (R-Ga.) on Friday sent a letter to the head of the University of Georgia, urging him to ensure that university resources are not used to “target pregnancy centers in times of crisis”. Driving the news: The letter comes after FoxNews published an article …

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Dangerous WiFi app found on Huawei AppGallery

Huawei started this week by launching a bunch of new products for its consumers, including the luxurious and smart large electric SUV – AITO M7. Meanwhile, the media eagerly awaited the company’s salute and answered their long-awaited questions. For this, Huawei CEO Yu Chengdong came out on top describing the …

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One million Twitter spam accounts deleted every day, app says

Twitter said it was deleting 1 million spam accounts every day during a call with executives during a briefing aimed at shedding light on the company’s fake accounts and bot accounts as it wrestled with Elon Musk over “spam bots”. Tesla CEO, who has offered to buy Twitter for $44 …

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Harshad Mehta’s wife breaks silence, launches website to defend late Big Bull

After more than 20 years of the late Big Bull Harshad Mehta’s passing, his wife Jyoti has broken her silence. She started a website – https://www.harshadmehta.in/ – to defend her late husband who died in police custody on December 30, 2001. Through this website, the widow of the late stockbroker …

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How to Never Pay Full Price for an iPhone App Again

Photo: Shutterstock (Shutterstock) Most of the applicationFishing Apples App Store are moving slowly far from ask you to payforward, opting for make their money through advertisements or in-app purchases. But if you’re someone who would rather buy an app than manage micro-transactionskprice tracking can be painful—above all since Apple discontinued …

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Stop unwanted calls once and for all with this app

RoboKiller even stops your phone from ringing when a spammer calls. Image: Stack Trade While there will always be a global focus on cybersecurity and the demand for certified experts, Americans have an even more common and annoying problem to think about. Robocallers. Spam calls are a plague on our …

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Cryptocurrency broker Voyager Digital files for bankruptcy protection | Cryptocurrencies

A US cryptocurrency broker and lender has filed for bankruptcy, becoming the latest domino to fall in the struggling digital asset market. Voyager Digital had suspended all withdrawals and trades last week, but said “volatility and contagion” in the crypto markets had forced it to file for Chapter 11, which …

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YAP Digital Bank app plans to expand to Ghana with $41m fundraising

Saudi companies Aljazira Capital, Abu Dawood Group, Astra Group, and Audacia Capital have invested $41 million in UAE-based fintech company YAP. YAP is a digital banking application that was created in 2021 by Marwan Hashem and Anas Zaidan. It offers customer spending data as well as ways to send money, …

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The president’s official website hit by a major cyberattack on Saturday | New

“The Presidential Office [website] was severely attacked a few days ago. Fortunately, no damage was caused. I’m talking about a cyberattack,” President Alar Karis told Vikerraadio’s “Välistund” program on Monday. President Karis added that the competent Estonian authorities confirmed that the attack, on the president.ee site, was fifty times more …

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In search of “the” messaging app – Manila Bulletin

Recent events (although more than a decade in the making) show the importance of protecting your privacy when using online services, especially messaging apps. Of course, you know the popular ones: SMS, WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, iMessage, whatever Google is promoting as a messaging app right now, Telegram, Signal, and in …

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Facebook Marketplace scams – little or no protection

Facebook Marketplace is a scammer’s paradise because it’s easy to bypass merchant and buyer verification using fake accounts. Many scammers pretend to be real sellers to fraudulent buyers and vice versa. It’s moth to flame. We don’t specifically choose Facebook Marketplace – any third-party marketplace like Kogan and GumTree can …

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What is the NGL Anonymous Messaging App and how secure is it?

Anonymous messaging app NGL, short for “not gonna lie,” is apparently all over Instagram. How safe is NGL? And is it really “anonymous”? According to a Screen Rant article, there’s a “Who sent this” button displayed below every message that says “anonymous.” For all the latest news, follow the Daily …

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Dojah Partners with BD for Web3 User Identity Protection Webinar

Dojah has partnered with Benjamindada.com to host a series of Twitter spaces focused on digital identity. The first session will focus on Identity Management and Commercial Fraud Prevention in Web3. The session is scheduled for July 6, 2022 at 7:00 PM (WAT), Jude Dike, CEO of GetEquity, Adora Nwodo, Software …

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WWF calls for ocean protection to avert triple crisis | New

On Thursday, World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) International called for a coordinated global action plan to avert a triple planetary crisis of climate change, pollution and biodiversity loss. RELATED: The Great Barrier Reef hit by massive bleaching “We are facing a triple crisis. The three crises are all linked …

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Amazon quietly fixes ‘high severity’ vulnerability in Android Photos app

Amazon, in December 2021, fixed a high-severity vulnerability affecting its Photos app for Android that could have been exploited to steal a user’s access tokens. “The Amazon access token is used to authenticate the user to multiple Amazon APIs, some of which contain personal data such as full name, email, …

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