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Expert Explains Zero-Day Vulnerabilities and Their Widespread Dangers

31.05.2021
Expert Explains Zero-Day Vulnerabilities and Their Widespread Dangers
The news media often report on highly dangerous zero-day vulnerabilities discovered in popular applications or operating systems. Daniil Chernov, CTO of Solar appScreener, explains this security problem, why it affects everybody, and how to confront it.

Researchers: Android apps potentially expose data of millions of users

24.05.2021
Researchers: Android apps potentially expose data of millions of users
Researchers analyzing Android apps have discovered serious cloud misconfigurations leading to the potential exposure of data belonging to over 100 million users. No less than 23 popular mobile apps contained a variety of "misconfigurations of third-party cloud services", according to a cybersecurity researcher report cited by ZDNet. Daniil Chernov, Chief Technical Officer for Solar appScreener, talks about this threat in more detail.

Wi-Fi Vulnerabilities Revealed, Some Dating Back to 1997

14.05.2021
Wi-Fi Vulnerabilities Revealed, Some Dating Back to 1997
Security researcher Mathy Vanhoef has discovered an assortment of Wi-Fi vulnerabilities called Frag Attacks, reports ZDNet. Frag Attacks (abbreviated from fragmentation and aggregation) consist of hardware and software weaknesses which can be exploited while in Wi-Fi zones, with some existing since as far back as 1997.

New iOS Update Is Out to Change Everything

05.05.2021
New iOS Update Is Out to Change Everything
The recent iOS update from v.14.5 to v.14.5.1 has caused commotion throughout the software developer community. Apple has made a big step towards user privacy, as iOS now requires all apps to explicitly ask for permission to track user activity


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