Cyber Next time you’re in the app store, be careful what you download. A handful of scam apps are using Touch ID to charge people as much as $120 06/12/2018 No comment Next time you're in the app store, be careful what you download. A handful of scam apps are using Touch ID to charge people as much as $120 https://t.co/Is7LAcAkve — WIRED (@WIRED) December 6, 2018 Source: Twitter Related Tags: Post navigation Previous Previous post: Theresa May: Now is the time for this country to come back together again.Next Next post: Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker Delivers Remarks at the 2018 #ProjectSafeNeighborhoods Conference Awards Ceremony Related Posts National Cyber Awareness System: Bluetooth Vulnerability By Robert Williams 24/07/2018 Two Iranian men indicted for alleged involvement in ransomware scheme targeting cities and hospital systems, including Atlanta and MedStar Health By Robert Williams 29/11/2018 This teen hacker was busted by the FBI. Now, he’s taking on cybercriminals. By Robert Williams 22/06/2018 You must log in to post a comment.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.