Facebook to Terminate some Location Tracking Services and Features

The social network giant plans the year’s most extensive bulk data deletion, including wiping out users’ location histories. Last year, Facebook decided to shut down its infamous facial recognition system…

Why you need to install and use Instagram story saver

It is quite difficult to deny the fact that we live in the age of the Internet. According to analytics firm App Annie, a person currently interacts with their mobile…

Meta’s Universal Translator Will Not Be the End of Human Translation

Will Meta’s Universal Translator be the end of human translations in the translation agency? This article examines why it will be challenging to create one. For those who grew up…

'Freedom Convoy' donors exposed in possible cyberattack on GiveSendGo crowdfunding site

Written by Tonya Riley Feb 14, 2022 | CYBERSCOOP Christian crowdfunding website GiveSendGo was offline Monday due to an apparent hack after the company vowed to fight a Canadian court…

Researchers detect fresh wave of hacking attacks on Palestinian targets

Written by AJ Vicens Feb 2, 2022 | CYBERSCOOP A hacking group is targeting Palestinian people and organizations with a wave of years-old malware, according to research published Wednesday. The…

Facebook Aka Meta Bans Seven Spy-For-Hire Entities

Meta published a report on the 16th of December, named “Threat Report on the Surveillance-for-Hire Industry”, where it announced that it banned six alleged entities and a Chinese law enforcement…

Meta removes accounts of spyware company Cytrox after Citizen Lab report on gov't hacks

Citizen Lab has released a new report highlighting widespread government use of the “Predator” spyware from North Macedonian developer Cytrox. Researchers found that Predator was used to attack two people…

Meta takes down 7 hacking-for-hire operations that targeted 50,000 users

Written by Tonya Riley Dec 16, 2021 | CYBERSCOOP Meta removed seven “surveillance-for-hire” organizations that used Facebook to target at least 50,000 individuals across 100 countries for surveillance operations, some…

‘PseudoManuscrypt’ Mass Spyware Campaign Targets 35K Systems

It’s similar to Lazarus’s Manuscrypt malware, but the new spyware is splattering itself onto government organizations and ICS in a non-Lazarus-like, untargeted wave of attacks. Researchers have tracked new spyware…

Brazil investigates use of staff credentials in cyberattacks against government bodies

Following major cyberattacks against central government bodies in Brazil, initial investigations have found that malicious actors have used civil servant credentials to access systems. The finding is among a series…