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This week’s news includes a Microsoft zero-day flaw and Yahoo’s recent email privacy snafu.
Unlike its browser competitors, Firefox will soon start blocking tracking cookies by default in the name of consumer privacy.
Air Canada said 20,000 mobile app users have had passport information exposed; and millions have been affected by a breach at Asian hotel giant Huazhu.
BusyGasper is rudimentary spyware with a bevy of novel twists that is highly effective at collecting and exfiltrating data from Android phones.
The service gleans information from receipts, travel itineraries, trade confirmations for online brokerages, Uber messages, auto-loan confirmations, promotions and much more.
The attack allows snooping of data from environments that are highly secure or air-gapped, using infrared signals from smart bulbs.
Several developer tools capture a screen as an app crashes and send it to a third-party server creating a risk of corporate data leakage.
T-Mobile alerts millions of its customers to a breach of its website that resulted in subscriber names, zip codes, phone numbers, email addresses and account numbers being stolen.
Restaurants in 23 states were compromised for two months.
Facebook has been struggling to keep its data privacy woes at bay this week, between banning apps on its social media platform – and pulling its own app from Apple’s store.
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