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Tech Talks EP 24 | Twitter hack | Social media frauds | How to stay safe | ZeeBiz Tech | Zee Biz Technology
Wed, Jul 22, 2020
In one of the biggest cyber hack, Twitter accounts of several prominent names were hacked last week. According to Kaspersky, at least 367 users transferred around $1,20,000 (over Rs 90 lakh) to hackers in Bitcoins before the Twitter teams swung into action to stop the cryptocurrency scam. The major scam flags the fact that we are living in the era when even people with computer skills might be lured into a scammers trap and even the most secure accounts can be hacked. In the latest episode of Tech Talks, Dipesh Kaura – General Manager (South Asia) – Kaspersky, explains how serious was this scam and how users can stay safe.
OTT platforms big target for cybercriminals who look to take advantage of streaming wars
Tue, Jul 21, 2020
According to researchers at Kaspersky, more than 5000 of its users were exposed to various threats between January 2019 and April 8, 2020, while trying to access a specific streaming platform via the unofficial files that used its name.
Three new apps with adware modules found on Google Play Store: Here is what you should do
Thu, May 28, 2020
Three new applications with adware modules were found on the Google Play store in a span of just three months, potentially affecting millions of users. Researchers at Kaspersky have spotted these applications bombarding users with unwanted advertising.
Cybercrime: Warning! Online payment systems to be prime targets in 2020
Sun, Dec 29, 2019
More cybercriminal groups will target online payment processing systems in 2020, researchers from global cybersecurity and anti-virus brand Kaspersky have warned.
How to find out what data apps are collecting about you
Fri, Nov 08, 2019
The AppCensus service helps users to find out what personal data apps collect and where they send it. It relies on the dynamic analysis method. The app is installed on a real mobile device, granted all the required permissions, and actively used for a certain period of time. All the while, the service keeps an eye on the app to see what data it sends, and to whom, and whether the data is encrypted.
New malware in India steals users' money through mobile phones
Sun, Sep 10, 2017
The new malware has seen around 40% of the cases in India and is a Trojan which disguises as useful apps like BatteryMaster.
Mobile antivirus software sold most in 2016: Amazon
Tue, Dec 06, 2016
There was high demand for non-educational software from tier II and tier III cities.