Critical ThroughTek Flaw Opens Millions of Connected Cameras to Eavesdropping – Tempemail

The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) on Tuesday issued an advisory regarding a critical software supply-chain flaw impacting ThroughTek’s software development kit (SDK) that could be abused by an adversary to gain improper access to audio and video streams. “Successful exploitation of this vulnerability could permit unauthorized access Continue Reading

BIOS PrivEsc Bugs Affect Hundreds of Millions of Dell PCs Worldwide – Tempemail

PC maker Dell has issued an update to fix multiple critical privilege escalation vulnerabilities that went undetected since 2009, potentially allowing attackers to gain kernel-mode privileges and cause a denial-of-service condition. The issues, reported to Dell by researchers from SentinelOne on Dec. 1, 2020, reside in a firmware update driver Continue Reading

ALERT — New 21Nails Exim Bugs Expose Millions of Tempemail Servers to Hacking – Tempemail

The maintainers of Exim have released patches to remediate as many as 21 security vulnerabilities in its software that could enable unauthenticated attackers to achieve complete remote code execution and gain root privileges. Collectively named ’21Nails,’ the flaws include 11 vulnerabilities that require local access to the server and 10 Continue Reading

120 Compromised Ad Servers Target Millions of Internet Users – Tempemail

An ongoing malvertising campaign tracked as “Tag Barnakle” has been behind the breach of more than 120 ad servers over the past year to sneakily inject code in an attempt to serve malicious advertisements that redirect users to rogue websites, thus exposing victims to scamware or malware. Unlike other operators Continue Reading

Indian Brokerage Firm Upstox Suffers Data Breach Leaking 2.5 Millions Users’ Data – Tempemail

Online trading and discount brokerage platform Upstox has become the latest Indian company to suffer a security breach of its systems, resulting in the exposure of sensitive information of approximately 2.5 million users on the dark web. The leaked information includes names, email addresses, dates of birth, bank account information, Continue Reading

‘Record companies have me on a dartboard’: the man making millions buying classic hits | Music

Merck Mercuriadis had a good Christmas. On Christmas Day, the No 1 song in the UK was LadBaby’s Don’t Stop Me Eatin’, a novelty cover version of Journey’s 1981 soft-rock anthem Don’t Stop Believin’. It replaced Mariah Carey’s All I Want For Christmas Is You, which had topped the chart Continue Reading

Listen to the world: Radio Garden app brings stations to millions in lockdown | Radio

Ever fancied listening to some pop music from Prague? Rock from Russia, or talk from Taiwan? With the pandemic limiting travel abroad, an online app has ignited the imagination of millions, allowing them to experience new sounds and travel the globe by radio. The free app, Radio Garden, which carries Continue Reading

Dr Feel Good? The NHS DJ helping lift Covid gloom for millions | Society- Tempemail

It has been another gruelling week of night shifts caring for Covid-19 patients in intensive care in Birmingham, but Dr Kishan Bodalia is already gearing himself up for his next DJ set. While nightclubs and musical festivals may be off the cards, Bodalia has found fame performing DJ sets in Continue Reading

Over a Dozen Chrome Extensions Caught Hijacking Google Search Results for Millions – Tempemail

New details have emerged about a vast network of rogue extensions for Chrome and Edge browsers that were found to hijack clicks to links in search results pages to arbitrary URLs, including phishing sites and ads. Collectively called “CacheFlow” by Avast, the 28 extensions in question — including Video Downloader Continue Reading

A New Software Supply‑Chain Attack Targeted Millions With Spyware – Tempemail

Cybersecurity researchers today disclosed a new supply chain attack compromising the update mechanism of NoxPlayer, a free Android emulator for PCs and Macs. Dubbed “Operation NightScout” by Slovak cybersecurity firm ESET, the highly-targeted surveillance campaign involved distributing three different malware families via tailored malicious updates to selected victims based in Continue Reading