Finnish-based fitness tracking app Polar has temporarily disabled its global activity map feature after last week journalists used it to track down the real-world identities of military and intelligence personnel.
Thousands of iOS and Android mobile applications are exposing over 113 GBs of data via over 2,271 misconfigured Firebase databases, according to a report released this week by mobile security firm Appthority.
The Department of Justice has announced new charges against former CIA software engineer Joshua Schulte for allegedly leaking classified CIA documents, software projects, and hacking utilities called Vault 7 to WikiLeaks.
Honda Car India has left the personal details of over 50,000 users exposed on two public Amazon S3 buckets, according to a report published today Kromtech Security.
The company behind Ghostery, a privacy-focused browser and an ad-blocking browser extension, has apologized for a technical error that occurred last Friday when its staff was sending out GDPR-themed notification emails.
A hacker suspected to be operating out of China has been seen peddling the data of around 200 million Japanese users on an underground cybercrime forum, according to a FireEye iSIGHT Intelligence report shared with Bleeping Computer.
A leaked image of what appears to be Microsoft's new Xbox accessibility controller was tweeted by Windows sleuth WalkingCat today. From his tweet, all we know is that it is part of something called "Z", contains oversized buttons, and what appears to be inputs on the back and side for a variety of devices.
A welcome page shown by Microsoft Edge in the latest Windows 10 Redstone 4 Insider build may have leaked the name of the upcoming Windows 10 feature update. While everyone has been calling the next update the "Spring Creators Update", Microsoft Edges's welcome page in build 17134.1 is calling it the "April Update".
According to Thales e-Security's 2018 Data Threat Report—Federal Government Edition, US federal agencies are experiencing more data breaches than other sectors.
At least two live chat widgets used on hundreds of high-profile sites are leaking the personal details of company employees.
Around 20% of today's top VPN solutions are leaking the customer's IP address via a WebRTC bug known since January 2015, and which apparently some VPN providers have never heard of.
A group called the "Dark-Liberty Team" have rereleased the iOS iBoot source code on a TOR site titled "iBoot Source Code Leak - Reloaded". This source code was previously released on GitHub, but Apple's legal team quickly had it removed via a DMCA takedown request.