Bill Toulas

An open-source advocate who has been writing about Linux and SaaS tools for years. Having entered the fascinating world of InfoSec now, he reports on the daily news and developments in the fields of data privacy, data breaches, software vulnerabilities, phishing campaigns, malware, and all things "online danger". Contact me at "billtoulas@technadu.com"
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Netflix Introduces “Scene Replay” as a New Experimental Feature

Netflix now offers a new “Scene Replay” feature to a small selection of North America users Some have already expressed their dissatisfaction with...

Logitech Rushes to Fix a Serious Three-Months Old Bug on their Options App

Logitech Options allowed Rubber Ducky attacks for over three months, although Logitech knew about it A Google researcher had reported it privately and...

New Android Trojan Targeted at PayPal App is Stealing Money in Seconds

Malware running on the background to steal PayPal money after the user logs in the account The trojan also dubs as a phishing...

Disney Partners with Stan to Bring Their Movies Collection to Australia

Disney and Stan partner to bring old-time classics and popular franchises to the Australian audience This move can be considered as an interim...

YouTube Rewind 2018 Becomes the Most Disliked Video in the History of the Platform

YouTube Rewind manages to surpass 10 million dislikes in a period of only a week. Viewers complain about the absence of influential...

Samsung Fixes Three Critical Bugs Reported by Ukrainian Bug Bounty Hunter

Samsung’s account management system featured three serious CSRF gaps Attackers could have gained full access to the users’ accounts through a simple process ...

Canadian Police Raids IPTV Provider After Bell and Videotron Complaints

Cielo 4K becomes the first IPTV service provider in Canada to get prosecuted The illegal platform offered 250 TV channels, most of which...

Marriot Data Breach Investigation Points to Chinese Cyberespionage Team of Hackers

The Marriot data breach was apparently conducted by a Chinese team of hackers The hackers are thought to work for the Chinese Ministry...

Cisco Talos Discovered a Serious Vulnerability in Adobe Acrobat Reader

Attackers could potentially use JavaScript code to run code on the machines of victims arbitrarily Cisco Talos discovered the vulnerability and detailed its...