200 million Twitter users’ email addresses allegedly leaked online

A data leak described as containing email addresses for over 200 million Twitter users has been published on a popular hacker forum for about $2. BleepingComputer has confirmed the validity of many of the email addresses listed in the leak. Read More …

Google Home speakers allowed hackers to snoop on conversations

A bug in Google Home smart speaker allowed installing a backdoor account that could be used to control it remotely and to turn it into a snooping device by accessing the microphone feed. While experimenting with his own Google Home Read More …

API Vulnerabilities Discovered in LEGO Marketplace

Application programming interface (API) security vulnerabilities have been discovered in a LEGO resale platform owned by LEGO® Group, which could have put sensitive customer information at risk. An investigation by Salt Security’s research team, Salt Labs, found two API security Read More …

Security Risks in Logistics APIs Used by E-Commerce Platforms

The connectivity that we’ve experienced of late has improved at an unprecedented speed and scale largely because application programming interfaces (APIs) enable the seamless integration of different systems from different entities. APIs integrate data and services between businesses and third-party Read More …

How to Make API Security an Integral Part of Your Application Security Strategy

The farther your organization travels down the digital transformation path, the more critical API protection is to your overall security posture. Every day, your development teams are innovating; they rely more on microservices to save time and money as they Read More …