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Pre-installed App on OnePlus devices Collects System logs

OnePlus seems to be in a bad run of security incidents recently. The company was first caught collecting extensive user data and leaving behind a backdoor allowing root access. Soon after the revelation of this pre-installed backdoor, another "secret" app has been unearthed that records substantial phone logs. OnePlusLogKit, another pre-installed system-level debug application can capture system stats and information, and stores them in an unencrypted log file. Behind the discovery is a Twitter user, going by the…

Thwart Digital Thieves: 3 Vital Online Business Security Measures

One of the biggest changes that have impacted business across the world is this switch or inclusion of a digital marketplace, apart from a physical one. With this major change, the way that businesses have been storing their confidential information has also changed. Traditional methods of storing data for businesses have been through physical documents, storing confidential data on a standalone computer, or through a localized and secure network. While most businesses continue to employ one or more of these established…

Should You Move Your Blogging Site To HTTPS?

I started blogging a few months ago. It was agonizing in the beginning. How to make the blog home page look best, what color theme to use, what categories should I display and so on. But, there was one question which never occurred to me, until a scary thing happened. I literally lost my blog for some time. It got hacked. Is awesome random users added as contributors and one even as an admin, without my knowledge? Apparently, my admin panel login credentials were too easy for anyone to get into and lock mine out of my…

Researchers Report Malware That Secretly Record Audio And Steal Logs

Security firm Lookout has detected a spyware family that has flooded Android app stores, including the official Google Play store with over 1,000 spyware apps. Dubbed SonicSpy, these spyware have the capability to monitor almost every action on an infected device. SonicSpy had been uncovered by researchers at Lookout after they found three versions of it, namely Soniac, Hulk Messenger and Troy Chat, live in the official Google Play app store, each disguised as a messaging service. Marketed as a messaging application,…

Self-Driving Cars Can Be Hacked By Just Putting Stickers On Street Signs

Ever since self-driving cars became a hot topic of interest, methods of exploitation have inevitably crept in. There have been reports of vulnerabilities in the software. Demonstrations on possible ways of hijacking a car remotely and disabling certain features have also come to light. However, recent studies show a simple way to confound a self-driving car's algorithm. Small changes on a road sign can trigger misidentifying of signs and thus lead to accidents. A team of researchers from the University of Washington…