Hackers Break Into Dropbox Sign, Stealing Customer Information

As companies employ new tactics to defend themselves against cyberattacks, hackers continue to find a way in. So it is with Dropbox: The company is the latest to be hacked, as bad actors broke into production systems for the Dropbox Sign eSignature platform. These hackers were able to obtain authentication tokens, MFA keys, passwords (hashed), and the information of Dropbox …

How “Voice Isolation” Can Make Your iPhone Calls Clearer

Phone calls are an essential part of business life, but they aren’t always easy. There are many times that it’s difficult to make out what the person on the other end is saying: Often, you need to repeat what you said, or emphasize each individual letter to be heard correctly. While it’s unlikely the quality of phone calls is going …

AI Poses Risk to U.K. Elections

We’ve discussed before how experts worry artificial intelligence and the technology that comes with it poses a potential risk to elections here in the U.S. But we are not alone in these concerns: Other countries are also worried about how AI will impact the security and integrity of their elections. The latest? The United Kingdom. Citizens of the U.K. will …

AT&T Data Breach Affects Over 70 Million Customers

Over the weekend, AT&T disclosed it suffered a major data breach. The company says that 7.6 million current AT&T customers and 65.4 million former customers had data exposed in the event, and will be contacting those affected by email or letter. According to AT&T, the data breach affected each customer differently. The company couldn’t confirm exactly how much of each …

New macOS Malware Tricks Users Into Enabling It

For years, the common assumption has been that macOS has far fewer viruses than Windows. While the chances for infection on a Mac are indeed less than on a PC, that doesn’t mean Mac-based malware doesn’t exist. In fact, there’s a new type spreading online that tricks users into enabling it. Security researchers with the cybersecurity division of MacPaw discovered …

The US and UK Accuse China of Spying on Millions of Citizens

Officials from the US and UK accused the Chinese government of an extensive cyberespionage scheme that targeted millions of people, ranging from lawmakers, academic, journalists, and companies. Both countries filed charged and imposed sanctions on Beijing in retaliation. The list of those affected involves high-ranking officials, including White House staffers, US senators, British parliamentarians, and government officials, particularly those who …