- Microsoft Snipping Tool utility has been found to have a vulnerability that means that screenshots that have been cropped can be very easily uncropped, potentially exposing sensitive information.
- The Snipping Tool is one of the most useful tools to be found in Windows 11, making it easy to take a variety of screenshot. But the way in which the app crops images means 'cropped' parts are simply hidden and easily restored.
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- Basketball fans interested in getting regular email updates from the NBA may have had some of their personal data stolen, the body has confirmed.
- The NBA has sent out a “Notice of cybersecurity incident” to an “unknown number” of fans.
- In the notice, the organization said that some fans who were signed up for email marketing services such as newsletters may have had their names and emails taken by an unknown threat actor.
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- Google’s Project Zero team discovered multiple security flaws with Samsung Galaxy smartphones that could allow hackers to target devices easily.
- Samsung is aware of the issue and is currently working on a fix.
- However, until a solution is found, Google says users can protect themselves by turning off Wi-Fi calling in their device settings.
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- Federal agents arrested the alleged administrator of criminal underground forum BreachedForums, tracing him to a small town in New York's Hudson Valley.
- "When I arrested the defendant on March 15, 2023, he stated to me in substance and in part that: a) his name was Conor Brian Fitzpatrick; b) he used the alias 'Pompompurin/"' and c) he was the owner and administrator of 'BreachForums/' the data breach website," wrote Special Agent John Longmire.
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- Google has discovered 0-day vulnerabilities in Samsung’s Exynos modems that impact the most recent Pixel and Samsung devices.
- Samsung’s Exynos modem chipsets are used in a variety of devices, including Google’s Pixel 6 and 7 line, as well as a wide range of Samsung’s devices.
- Unfortunately, Google’s Project Zero has discovered 18 0-day vulnerabilities in the chipset, four which can be executed remotely with no user interaction.
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