Unfortunately, researchers at Zheijiang University in China found that these assistants can understand commands converted to ... Read More »
After the recent report that claimed that some BLU smartphones were sending personal user data to China, Amazon pulled BLU devices from its virtual shelves. Now the phones are back on Amazon and the all-clear has been given.
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Last year it was found that a few Blu devices were sending your private data to Chinese servers. The spyware software was from Shanghai Adups Technology, which was receiving all the data being sent away. The company called it a mistake ... Read More »
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We knew that Android 7.0 Nougat had improved security, but now Google has detailed what it’s done with the operating system update. A big part was addressing the issues with mediaserver.
Truecaller, the awesome caller ID app that let’s you know who’s calling and even warns you of spam calls, discovered an exploit in its app. The exploit allowed someone with your IMEI number to get personal information remotely. The company patched the exploit, and says that no information has been compromised.
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No device is safe from Dan Rosenberg. Most famous for his earlier Motorola DROID exploits unlocking the bootloader of devices previously thought to be unhackable, the man has found another exploit that affects a staggering amount of devices.
At the Blackhat 2014 conference, Rosenberg demonstrated this exploit by unlocking the bootloader of a Moto X ... Read More »
It looks like a very common exploit was found within the Chromecast that can be used to take over the stream, displaying anything the person wants. It’s actually pretty funny, as long as it isn’t happening to you. Security analyst Dan Petro built the device and has called it the Rickmote.
This device, based ... Read More »