Recently, a study has shown a rather unprecedented situation that must be taken totally seriously. The majority of emails received (2/3) by Internet users could contain spy pixels. Thanks to the recent publication of the company publishing the application Hey, the scourge of spy pixels or even called web beacons, tracking pixels, pixel tags… is … Continue reading What if our e-mails were spyware vectors
Facebook Messenger, Signal, Google Duo, Mocha or JioChat… are a set of messaging services that are affected by security vulnerabilities deemed critical by Google experts. The Google experts we are referring to here are those of the famous Project zero, the specialists in the search for flaws and bugs of the American giant that have … Continue reading A security flaw that allows users to spy on email services
For some time, it has been made the discovery of a spy program present on the official store of Google Play Store. He is of course attacking Android mobile users. It was the researchers at the cybersecurity firm Trend Micro that they made this find. According to them, this spy program is able to intercept … Continue reading These apps that spy on your exchanges
The Canadian organization Revenue Quebec has decided since December 2019 to end its collaboration with a certain Pascal Desgagnés. He worked as a temporary consultant for the Quebec tax agency. And for good reason he is suspected of having carried out acts of espionage on the cell phones of several public figures. It was added … Continue reading Spying on public figures: how did the suspect do it?