Over a Million Credit Cards’ Data Hacked and Published Online Do you think your card number, CVV code, name, and other data will always be safe? Well, many people thought the same until their credit card data appeared online on an impressive leak. A marketplace from the dark web released an archive containing too detailed information about more than 1.2 million credit cards and their holders.
The leak appeared on the site named Biden Cash, specializing in credit card fraud and available on the dark web. Most victims, as it turns out, are from the United States. Yet some others are from Bolivia, India, Venezuela, Greenland, or even Iran. The site...
Oct 17, 2022
After losing about $10M of revenue, Meta had to find the way to exist and prosper in the world where no Cambridge Analytica stuff would be tolerated. And it seems to have found the new approach which would require...
Oct 16, 2022
Nintendo to Discontinue Facebook and Twitter Login for Nintendo Accounts This change will take effect soon. Users who have already linked their Nintendo Account to their Facebook or Twitter account will need to unlink it before this date. After this date, signing in with Facebook or Twitter will no longer be possible.
Nintendo has offered the following instructions for those who need to unlink their account:
Go to Nintendo's account settings page and sign in.
Click the "Linked accounts" option.
Click the "Unlink" button next to the Facebook or Twitter account that you want to unlink.
Nintendo has not given a reason for this change, but it is likely due to the recent privacy concerns...
Sep 19, 2022
Zoom Service Back to Normal After Widespread Outages Zoom Video Communications, Inc. is an American communications technology company headquartered in San Jose, California. It provides remote collaboration, online meetings, and video conferencing services.
Recently, widespread outages were reported with joining meetings on Zoom's platform. The outages appeared to be affecting users in the United States, Europe, and Asia.
The company said the problem was caused by an unexpected change in a firewall that was implemented by a customer. "We have identified the root cause and have put in place a fix," Zoom said in a statement. "We are monitoring the situation closely and will continue to provide updates as necessary."
Sep 16, 2022
Apple Becoming Global Education Expert With Apple Teacher Nowadays, teachers have to do a lot online to contribute to their professional development. They often use global technology platforms or “EdTechs.” The tech giant Apple didn’t want to lag behind by introducing Apple Teacher, a free pro-level learning program for school teachers.
This smart solution is designed for 36 countries, including Australia. According to the developers, Apple Teacher is aimed at supporting teachers to use Apple products for their teaching and learning purposes. The program was launched in 2016, and since then, it has expanded to more than 100 free lessons and tutorials on the Apple Teacher Learning Center. This...