Aug 222014
 August 22, 2014  Breaches, Featured News

Evelyn Chang reports:

Your most trustworthy apps may be at risk. Researchers say they have found a way to hack Gmail apps with a 92 percent success rate.

In a paper being presented Friday at the Usenix cybersecurity conference, the engineers said they also could steal check images from a Chase app with an 83 percent success rate and hack personal information such as address and Social Security numbers from H&R Block (success rate 92 percent), Newegg (86 percent), WebMD (85 percent), (83 percent) and Amazon (48 percent) apps.

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