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Bitwarden Adds Passkey Support to its Password Manager
Bitwarden Adds Passkey Support to its Password Manager
In a significant move towards enhancing online security, Bitwarden has initiated the integration of passkey support into its password manager. The latest browser extension update is poised to offer a more secure and user-friendly...
Canada Bans WeChat, Kaspersky on Government Devices
Canada Bans WeChat, Kaspersky on Government Devices
The Canadian government has banned the instant messaging service WeChat and well-known antivirus suite Kaspersky on all government-issued phones, citing security and privacy concerns. The apps will be uninstalled and users will no...
Iranian Hacker Group Wage Cyber Espionage Campaign In The Middle-East
Iranian Hacker Group Wage Cyber Espionage Campaign In The Middle-East
The Israeli cybersecurity firm, Check Point, recently discovered a cyber espionage campaign being waged by threat actors with ties to Iran’s Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS). These attacks come as the war in Israel wa...
Tesla Wins First Major US Lawsuit Regarding Its Autopilot Feature
Tesla Wins First Major US Lawsuit Regarding Its Autopilot Feature
Tesla won the first of a series of lawsuits filed in the US over its Autopilot feature. The Autopilot feature is Tesla’s touted self-driving feature, which despite being lauded as a revolutionary feature, has drawn a lot of legal...
Fitbit Accused Of Unlawful Data Sharing Practices, Faces GDPR Complaints
Fitbit Accused Of Unlawful Data Sharing Practices, Faces GDPR Complaints
The privacy group noyb has filed three different lawsuits over Fitbit’s unlawful data sharing practices. Fitbit is a popular health and fitness company that specializes in smart watches. They were purchased by Google in 2021. The...
First-of-its-kind VPN Lawsuit Was Filed Against The Russian Kremlin
First-of-its-kind VPN Lawsuit Was Filed Against The Russian Kremlin
There are over 150 VPNs that are currently blocked in Russia, but until now, none of them have challenged the Kremlin in a legal battle to secure the right to use a VPN. The company spearheading the fight, HideMyName, began the la...
Stanford University Investigating Cybersecurity Attack Claimed by Akira Ransomware Group
Stanford University Investigating Cybersecurity Attack Claimed by Akira Ransomware Group
Stanford University is looking into what it described as a “cybersecurity incident” after a ransomware group claimed it attacked the school. The attack, which happened last week on Oct. 27, cost the university 430 GB worth of data...
CISA Introduces Enhanced Version of Logging Made Easy for Cybersecurity
CISA Introduces Enhanced Version of Logging Made Easy for Cybersecurity
In a move towards bolstering cybersecurity for resource-strapped organizations, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has unveiled an updated release of Logging Made Easy (LME). Originally designed and manage...
LastPass Security Breach: Hackers Swipe $4.4 Million in Crypto Heist
LastPass Security Breach: Hackers Swipe $4.4 Million in Crypto Heist
LastPass, a popular password manager, is facing scrutiny following the theft of $4.4 million in cryptocurrency. The assets were allegedly taken on Oct. 25 due to compromised seed phrases stored within the LastPass system. Accordin...
Germany Claims Victory in the 2023 European Cybersecurity Challenge
Germany Claims Victory in the 2023 European Cybersecurity Challenge
Germany has emerged as the winner of the 2023 European Cybersecurity Challenge (ECSC), beating a lineup of 34 teams from the European Union, European Free Trade Association (EFTA) nations, and 5 guest teams from Canada, Serbia, Ge...