Period Tracking Apps

Period Tracking Apps and Your Privacy, Vendor Impersonation Attacks, LockBit Ransomware Bug Bounty Program

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Period tracker apps are causing privacy concerns because they could potentially be used against women in states that ban abortion, new research shows that vendors are being impersonated more than employees in Business Email Compromise (BEC) attacks, and details on the first ever bug bounty program from the creators of the LockBit ransomware operation.

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How period tracking apps and data privacy fit into a post-Roe v. Wade climate

New Trend in Business Email Compromise Emerges as Vendor Impersonation Overtakes CEO Fraud

LockBit 3.0 introduces the first ransomware bug bounty program

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