Security Alert

Special glasses make face recognition of 19 Android phones useless
A Chinese team called RealAI recently used a pair of glasses to break the face recognition of 19 Android phones and a dozen apps through an adversarial example attack.
Chinese cybersecurity firm says recent widespread worm outbreak puts users' computer files at risk of being deleted
Chinese cybersecurity firm Qihoo 360 said today that it has detected a widespread outbreak of the worm incaseformat, which infects users' computers and then self-replicates to other computers via USB drives.
Foxconn attacked by hackers, $34 million bitcoin ransom demanded
The attack took place over Thanksgiving weekend and infected about 1,200 servers, with 100GB of unencrypted files stolen and 20TB to 30TB of backup data deleted.
Chinese team finds security vulnerabilities in Apple M1 chip devices and iPhone 12 Pro
Tencent Xuanwu Labs has successfully breached the latest MacBook equipped with the M1 chip and the iPhone 12 Pro using newly discovered security flaws, according to Tencent Security.
4 tips to avoid common web security vulnerabilities
Cyber-criminals spend hours at a time trying to hack business websites and exploit the data these domains contain. If your web-based technology is compromised, you will lose a lot of money.
Tencent reveals major quick-charge vulnerability affecting hundreds of millions of devices
Fast charging technology is developing faster and faster, and several Chinese phone manufacturers have even announced 100W and 125W super fast charging technology in the past few days.
Security Alert: Ransomware poses threat to QNAP NAS
Recently, the eCh0raix ransomware is active again, mainly using the combination of remote vulnerabilities in QNAP NAS server to spread, which poses a great threat to user's private data and property security, according to 360 Security.
Nintendo says a total of 300,000 accounts compromised
The number of user accounts hacked at Nintendo has almost doubled in the past few months.
Most Internet users do not change passwords after account leaks
Most Internet users also don't change their account passwords immediately after knowing they've been compromised, according to a recent study published by CyLab, Carnegie Mellon University's security and privacy research institute.
Mobile phishing attacks soar in Q1
Enterprise mobile phishing encounters increased 37 percent in the first quarter of 2020 compared to the fourth quarter of 2019, according to the Lookout 2020 Mobile Phishing Hotspots Report.