Four days after it denied that the payment checkout page on its website had been compromised, Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus has completely changed its tune, admitting that it had indeed been attacked and nearly 40,000 users may be affected by the attack.
Mobile phone maker OnePlus has denied that the payment page on its website has been hacked, as has been claimed by a British security firm.
A British security outfit has raised the possibility that the online payment page of the phone company OnePlus may have been compromised, based on comments in OnePlus forums and the make-up of the site.
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I worked for ASD. They should NEVER be allowed to be let loose on Australians.
Because hardwired connections to drones, trucks, cars, phones, smart watches, etc don't make sense, that's why.
economic espionage. This spyware crap is exploitable by design. Fools. Why not just connect to the fibre backhaul ? Nobody[…]
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