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Pegasus spyware detected on phones of 6 Palestinian activists

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Experts and victims consider the Israeli authorities the main suspect.

Cybersecurity Researchers at Frontline Defenders discovered Pegasus spyware from the Israeli company NSO Group on the mobile phones of six Palestinian human rights defenders.

The exposure marks the first known case of Pegasus spyware being used against Palestinian activists. Successful infection of a mobile device with Pegasus gives cybercriminals hidden access to all files and user data.

It remains unknown who infected the activists’ phones with spyware, but experts and victims consider the Israeli authorities the main suspect. According to representatives of the NSO Group, the company does not identify its clients for contractual and national security reasons, and does not know who they are hacking.

Four of the six jailbroken iPhones used exclusively SIM cards issued by Israeli telecommunications companies with Israeli code numbers +972. This has led researchers to question the NSO Group’s claims that exported versions of Pegasus cannot be used to hack Israeli phone numbers.

According to Frontline Defenders CEO Andrew Anderson, NSO Group cannot be trusted and the company does not guarantee that its spyware is not being used illegally by its customers.

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Nvidia lost. LHR mining protection is also hacked under Linux. This was done by NBMiner developers

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Two days have passed since the NiceHash developers cracked the Nvidia LHR protection, as the NBMiner team also pleased their users with the same news. Only this time we are talking about software for Linux.

Nvidia lost.  LHR mining protection is also hacked under Linux.  This was done by NBMiner developers

Thus, Nvidia’s protection completely fell for both Windows and Linux. Unfortunately, both programs are closed source, so it’s not clear what mechanisms the developers used to hack.

Whether the loss of Nvidia will affect the availability and prices of video cards is still difficult to say. At the moment, the cryptocurrency market continues to fall, but sooner or later it will turn around, and gamers may again face shortages and overpriced graphics cards.

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Xiaomi has released a profitable set of security camera and smart door locksmart door lock

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Xiaomi has released a profitable set of security camera and

Xiaomi has introduced a new kit with an outdoor video surveillance camera and a smart door lock, which includes Mi Outdoor camera and Mi Smart Door Lock 1S.

The bundle is priced at around $237, which is a great deal as these devices cost $20 more individually.

Mi Smart Door Lock 1S supports 7 unlocking methods, including fingerprint, password, temporary password, Bluetooth, HomeKit, NFC or regular key unlock. Compared to the first generation, the new lock supports both the Mijia app and Apple HomeKit.

Xiaomi has released a profitable set of security camera and

As for the rechargeable version of Xiaomi Outdoor Camera, this is Xiaomi’s first outdoor wireless camera. It has an independent design and can be installed without connecting the mains cable or power cable. It has a wide viewing angle of 130°, 1080p resolution and supports WDR technology.

In addition, the battery version of the Xiaomi Outdoor Camera offers night vision up to 7 meters and people detection function. It is IP65 rated and has a long battery life of up to 90 days.

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“These are machines for sucking out personal data.” Prayer and mental health apps have poor security

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Mental health apps have worse privacy protection than most other types of apps, according to a new analysis by Mozilla. We are talking about the entire category as a whole. In addition, things are also bad for prayer applications.

“These are machines for sucking out personal data.”  Prayer and mental health apps have poor security

The vast majority of mental health and prayer apps are exceptionally creepy. They track a variety of data, share and capitalize on users’ most intimate personal thoughts and feelings, such as mood, mental state, and biometric data.

The team analyzed 32 mental health and prayer apps. Of these apps, 29 received a Privacy not included warning, indicating that the team is concerned about how the app manages user data.

These applications collect large amounts of personal data in accordance with vague privacy policies. Most applications have also been found to have poor security practices that allow users to create accounts with weak passwords. Considering how much personal information such programs can contain, this is a bad feature.

The list of the worst programs according to the specified criteria included Better Help, Youper, Woebot, Better Stop Suicide, Pray.com and Talkspace. In particular, the Woebot chatbot claims to collect information about users and shares this data for advertising purposes, and Talkspace collects transcripts of user chats.

They work like data-sucking machines with the look and feel of a mental health app. In other words: wolves in sheep’s clothing

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