Cyber crime is likely to increase, despite the best efforts of government agencies and cyber security experts. Its growth is being driven by the expanding number of services available online and the increasing sophistication of cyber criminals who are engaged in a cat-and-mouse game with security experts.
Vietnamese security firm Bkav claims to have broken Face ID (although it’s yet to be confirmed by other security firms) with a simple mask. The composite mask (made of 3D printed plastic and make-up) was able to unlock an iPhone locked with Face ID, the researchers said.
One of the most basic rules of safe web browsing is to use antivirus software in order to keep your computer safe. While it’s a good idea to make use of such software, but a recently discovered exploit proves that even the best antivirus software is not fool proof.
Cash Converters has reported the threat to the authorities in the UK and Australia, and has appointed security advisors to review its systems. Credit card data was not stored on the Webshop although hackers may have accessed user records including personal details, passwords, and purchase history.