Tagged: china

2.7 billion email addresses & plain-text passwords exposed online

Comparitech along with IT security researcher Bob Diachenko, have discovered a massive trove of login credentials that were exposed to public access without any authentication or security.  In 2017, HackRead exclusively reported about DoubleFlag,...

Hackers leak personal information from OnePlus customers

Currently any company is exposed to computer security incidents. This time, web application security experts report that OnePlus, a smartphone manufacturer based in China, has suffered a data breach that led to the exposure...

APT41 hackers spying on texts with MessageTap Malware

Fireye catches APT41 spying for the Chinese on Linux servers. State-sponsored espionage and surveillance activities have always been a crucial part of a government’s intelligence arm. In relation to this, Fireye Mandiant has discovered...

Why are Google and Facebook banned in China?

Google and Facebook are ultra-successful giants in their respective fields. Facebook has over 2.3 billion monthly active users and Google has around 2 billion. The search engine helps millions of people connect with businesses...

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