Better.com CEO Vishal Garg apologizes to current employees for ‘blundering’ of mass layoffs; SPAC delayed – TechCrunch

Better.com CEO Vishal Garg apparently realizes he’s done wrong. (As if the barrage of negative publicity wasn’t enough evidence of that ). Today, a letter to current employees was leaked on Blind by a verified Better employee. In the letter, Garg apologized for the way he (mis)handled the layoffs news last week, writing: “I failed to…

Eltima SDK Contain Multiple Vulnerabilities Affecting Several Cloud Service Provides

Cybersecurity researchers have disclosed multiple vulnerabilities in a third-party driver software developed by Eltima that have been “unwittingly inherited” by cloud desktop solutions like Amazon Workspaces, Accops, and NoMachine and could provide attackers a path to perform an array of malicious activities. “These vulnerabilities allow attackers to escalate privileges enabling them to disable security products,…

At ‘Lens Fest,’ Snap debuts creations tools for more sophisticated augmented reality experiences – TechCrunch

As Snap’s creators begin to experiment with the company’s augmented reality Spectacles hardware, the company is delving deeper into juicing the capabilities of its Lens Studio to build augmented reality filters which are more connected, more realistic and more futuristic. At the company’s annual Lens Fest event, Snap debuted a number of changes coming to…

Eltima SDK Contain Multiple Vulnerabilities Affecting Several Cloud Service Provides

Cybersecurity researchers have disclosed multiple vulnerabilities in a third-party driver software developed by Eltima that have been “unwittingly inherited” by cloud desktop solutions like Amazon Workspaces, Accops, and NoMachine and could provide attackers a path to perform an array of malicious activities. “These vulnerabilities allow attackers to escalate privileges enabling them to disable security products,…

Chinese Amazon aggregator Nebula Brands raises $50M led by L Catterton – TechCrunch

2021 has been a rosy year for China-based Amazon vendors looking for exits. Roll-ups, or brand aggregators, have been flooding China’s export-oriented e-commerce market with capital to scoop up sellers. The roll-ups themselves are fueled by venture capital, such as Silicon Valley’s Markai, which recently raised its seed round of $4 million from investors like…