Google has released Chrome 80.0.3987.149 for Windows, Mac and Linux, as well as a new version of Chrome for Android. The update addresses 13 security fixes to include 9 High severity vulnerabilities.
Security experts are warning of a rapidly growing threat where cybercriminals are targeting mobile phones to manipulate and quickly profit from them. To make matters worse, their malicious activities are becoming harder to uncover.
Twitter has fixed a vulnerability in Twitter for Android that could allow a hacker to view private account information or take control of your account.
Apple has released security updates for iOS 13.3 and macOS Catalina 10.15.2, as well as other products to include Safari, watchOS, tvOS, iTunes, iCloud and Xcode.
Security researchers have discovered a dangerous Android vulnerability dubbed “StrandHogg” under active attack by dozens of malicious apps. To add, 500 of the most popular apps may also be vulnerable to the StrandHogg vulnerability.
T-Mobile disclosed a data breach that impacts a small number of customers of its prepaid service.
Apple has released security updates for iOS, macOS, watchOS, Safari, iCloud, tvOS and iTunes.
Samsung confirmed a security issue in its Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 devices. Users have been reporting they can bypass the fingerprint reader by using a silicon screen protector.
A group of hackers have been using compromised websites to launch watering hole attacks against iPhone users who visit the websites. The attacks also use five different exploit chains and exploit 0-day vulnerabilities that don't require any user interaction.
Apple released security updates and emergency patch for iOS and macOS (CVE-2019-8605). In all, the company released iOS 12.4.1, macOS Mohave 10.14.6, watchOS 5.3.1 and tvOS 12.4.1.