The Finnish Foreign Ministry said Israeli spyware company NSO Group targeted the victims through Pegasus software. The software can seamlessly infiltrate a mobile phone and allow its operators to gain access to the device’s contents and location history.
It explained that this information is one’s personal information as displayed on his/her Alhosan passes, the QR code generated by one’s pass, which cannot be shared with others.
Apple, Google and Microsoft said on Thursday they are looking to get rid of passwords and replace them with a more secure way to access accounts or devices.
In addition, the personal information that may be leaked is the e-mail address and customer management number, and "other information such as name, phone number, credit card, etc. is not affected," it added.
Microsoft said on Monday it was updating the privacy provisions of its commercial cloud contracts after European regulators found its deals with European Union
Many private sector firms are leaving no stone unturned in beefing up security, to the point where they are rebuilding their servers and other equipment.
The option will be available to users in Ireland, with a worldwide roll-out planned for the first half of 2020.
There is a great open secret that every technology company is built on: nobody reads the terms and conditions. Despite these being legitimate legal contracts that manage incredibly sensitive data — such as your location constantly, collecting data on your
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