Backdoor found in WordPress plugin widely used by schools
Researchers found a malicious backdoor in a WordPress plugin popular among schools.
The premium version of the WordPress School Management plugin for WordPress has had a backdoor ever since the release of version 8.9 in 2021. Schools use the plugin to operate and manage their websites. The back... Read more
‘Google’s incognito mode is not really incognito’
According to a Texan lawsuit, Google deceptively collects an array of personal data when a user has engaged in incognito mode.
In January, Washington State, Indiana, Texas, and the state of Columbia filed separate suits against Google over deceptive location tracking and invasion of user privacy... Read more
AMD chooses Google Cloud to provide chip design automation workload
Chip-making expert Advanced Micro Devices has planned to shift its workload of electronic design automation to Google Cloud to achieve better performance and flexibility
Google Cloud and AMD have announced a groundbreaking collaboration of electronic design automation (EDA) for the chip design w... Read more
Netgear resolves inferior Orbi firmware update
Netgear has finally fixed deficient Orbi firmware in its latest update, which intercepts user access to the device's admin console.
On April 27th, Netgear, a networking hardware company, launched a firmware update 18.104.22.168 for the Orbi various models of mesh Wi-Fi systems, including RBR750, RBS75... Read more
Shopify lawyers up as governments increase pressure on tech industry
Shopify is starting to expand its government affairs teams in the US and Europe by recruiting top Silicon Valley firm lobbyists with experience on both sides of the Atlantic.
Regulators and government agencies worldwide have started to put pressure on the most renowned digital agencies during th... Read more
Critical authentication bypass flaw in multiple VMware products
VMware urges customers to immediately patch a critical authentication bypass flaw affecting multiple products.
Two vulnerabilities allows attackers with backdoor access to gain admin privileges on multiple VMware products -- and that's not a good thing.
Bruno Lopez of Innotec Security w... Read more
Use of malicious PHP code by hackers leads to stolen credit card data
Te FBI states that unidentified hackers created a backdoor into a victim’s system and accessed their credit card data.
The FBI has issued a warning stating that unidentified individuals have been scraping credit card data from the checkout pages of US websites and E-commerce business owners ar... Read more
AMD and Qualcomm to introduce wifi 6, 6E and remote wifi management
The AMD Ryzen Pro 6000 will become the first chip to feature Qualcomm FastConnect 6900.
AMD and Qualcomm are collaborating to optimize Ryzen Pro business laptops with FastConnect 6900 wifi connectivity.
The optimization uses a 6GHz wireless band. It's speculated that FastConnect will offer i... Read more
EU believes Open RAN could improve 5G security concerns
EU believes Open RAN technology could have long-term benefits related to the continent's cybersecurity, but there are also potential short-term risks.
European Union (EU) has reported that Open RAN technology can improve the cybersecurity of the continent. However, they also warned that there mi... Read more
Researchers constructed a malware that runs even on a shutdown iPhone
Researchers have managed to craft malware, particularly for iPhone, which continues to operate even when the device is turned off.
Every time you switch off your iPhone, think again if you're really safe from all the possible hackers. When an iPhone is switched off, it doesn't completely shut do... Read more