Facebook said that 100+ third-party app developers had access to restricted data for members of Groups, in its latest privacy snafu.
The login scheme promises it won’t share data — and will be required for all developers using third-party sign-ins.
Changes to how data is encrypted can help developers ward off data leakage and exfiltration.
Sloppy Android developers not following security guidelines for external storage opens the door to device takeover and more.
Malware can to worm its way onto Macs thanks to a recently discovered code-signing bypass flaw.
A proof of concept attack developed by researchers target users of the development platforms for Android and Java.