Popular Android file-sharing app SHAREit with over a billion downloads has a security flaw that could leak users’ sensitive information and allow remote code execution.
Over a billion Android phones can be turned into perfect spying tools by security flaws, a new study reveals. Hackers could exfiltrate data and silently run malware on the devices.
For nine months leading up to Facebook's biggest data breach of 29 million user accounts, Facebook had been repeatedly warned about a security flaw which later ended up being exploited by hackers.
Recently discovered TikTok's security flaws make it possible to spoof the source of SMS messages, alter people's feeds and accounts, and also access sensitive personal information via API calls.
According to cyber security firm Check Point Software Technologies, Android app makers are still not patching old security flaws, some of which date back to 2014.