While it might seem overkill to some people, passkeys allow users to keep their accounts much more secure.
Firefox will have a built-in ‘fake reviews detector’ — Amazon is in trouble
Recently acquired by Mozilla (a company owned by Firefox), Fakespot is a start-up that helps users identify fake reviews through a website and a browser extension.
ChatGPT can now search the web in real time
ChatGPT creator, OpenAI, has announced that its popular chatbot can now trawl the web for information taken directly from ‘current and authoritative’ sources.
Microsoft’s new AI can simulate anyone’s voice with 3 seconds of audio
Microsoft's VALL-E synthesises speech from short audio clips, maintaining emotional and acoustic nuances. Applications abound, but potential misuse raises concerns.
Cracking the code: why people fall for scams
It’s not just naivety that causes people to fall for scams. A desire for quick financial gains, and emotional triggers are just some other reasons.
Hopes China cracking down on the scam epidemic could ease symptoms in Australia
In early September, Chinese police launched a joint crackdown with local law enforcement to arrest cyber fraud groups in northern Myanmar.
Dymocks confirms details of 1.2 million customers shared on dark web in data breach
The breach exposed customer details—names, birth dates, emails, addresses, and gender—but not passwords, driver's licences, or financial data.
Cyber Scams Keep North Korean Missiles Flying – Analysis
North Korean cybercriminals, posing as IT professionals, hack and scam to fund their regime, often targeting firms that pay in cryptocurrency or renminbi.
Top U.S. cyber official offers 'stark warning' of potential attacks on infrastructure if tensions with China escalate
Jen Easterly, the Director of the US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency, said she hopes people are taking the potential for China to use its capabilities against US critical infrastructure seriously.