Android Visual Voice Mail App Vulnerability Allows Eavesdropping

Visual Voice Mail vulnerability

A researcher has recently disclosed a severe vulnerability in the Visual Voice Mail app affecting Android users. As per his findings, exploiting the vulnerability allows eavesdropping of voice messages. However, the bug report currently has a disputed status as the telecom giants refused to acknowledge it.

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How to Make Sure No One Is Tracking You With an AirTag

Apple’s AirTags and Samsung’s SmartTags this year joined an already crowded Bluetooth tracker market. These little devices attach to key rings, backpacks, and luggage or can be tucked inside a bag or attached to any other possession you’re afraid to lose, sending you alerts when it leaves your side and even enabling you to track down its last known location on a map.

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Log4j: Just How Screwed Are We?

A vulnerability in a widely used Apache library has caused Internet-wide chaos—and the trouble may just be starting.

Well, it’s certainly been a year for cyber debacles, so, sure, why not tie things off with a nice, fat security vulnerability that affects almost everything on the internet? That sounds about right.

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I found an Amazon folder with thousands of audio recordings from my home gadgets

Tiktok user @my.data.not.yours requested her personal data from Amazon and was shocked by the data they had recorded form her Echo Dots.
Tiktok user @my.data.not.yours requested her personal data from Amazon and was shocked by the data it had recorded from her Echo Dots.

A woman was shocked to discover just how much data Amazon has collected about her.

She posted a viral TikTok video explaining how she requested to see the data but wasn’t expecting to receive so much.

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