One data leak on Facebook follows the next – it won’t be quiet around the social network group. Now 419 million phone numbers of accounts have been published. The unencrypted data is linked to the Facebook ID and can thus be clearly assigned. [Read more…] about Data leak on Facebook: 419 million public phone numbers!
The GDPR came into effect last year in May. Since then, there have been many changes, with the most serious and obvious in daily surfing being the cookie banners that are now appearing everywhere. Another innovation is the right of access to personal data by users. Three studies now show that this attack allows attackers to steal data. GDPiRate was created by our founder Matteo Große-Kampmann.
The entire social media portals were full of pictures showing a person in different age groups – the Face app is responsible for this. Numerous celebrities have joined this hype – and partly triggered it. Among others David Guetta, Miley Cyrus and the Jonas Brothers. But how dangerous are our data really when we use the AI app?
Vor gut zwei Jahren haben wir bereits über DuckDuckGo und die zunehmende Beliebtheit der Google-Alternative mit Fokus auf Privatsphäre berichtet. Inzwischen sind die Suchanfragen über DuckDuckGo deutlich gestiegen und man kann sich fragen, ob die private Suchmaschine dem Giganten Google bald gefährlich werden könnte.
LinkedIn, for some a torture, for others an important tool for networking and exchanging information. Ask any online marketing specialist and they’ll probably say things like “LinkedIn is the most underrated, fastest growing network, just post some ads”.
In the information age, data is gold and attackers find it particularly valuable. For example, for the preparation of targeted phishing campaigns. [Read more…] about LinkedIn and information retrieval!