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Ecuador disabled Wikileaks founder Julian Assange's Internet Access Ecuador disabled Wikileaks founder Julian Assange's Internet Access

The founder of WikiLeaks has been offline for a few hours after Ecuador suspended his internet access. WikiLeaks’ founder Julian Assan...

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Intel CPUs Vulnerable To New Spectre-Like Attack, BranchScope Intel CPUs Vulnerable To New Spectre-Like Attack, BranchScope

Security researchers have discovered a new wave of attacks called BranchScope . Yet we're not done with the Meltdown and Spectre se...

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Source Code of Tools used by Cambridge Analytica to hijack Facebook accounts leaked Source Code of Tools used by Cambridge Analytica to hijack Facebook accounts leaked

AggregateIQ – a Canadian political advertising firm that played a role in the 2016 US election and the UK's "Vote Leave" ...

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MongoDB Hacked in 13 seconds demanding for ransom MongoDB Hacked in 13 seconds demanding for ransom

The hackers have been exploiting unprotected MongoDB for the last couple of years, based servers to steal data and hold the exposed data...

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18.5 Million Websites Infected With Malware 18.5 Million Websites Infected With Malware

On the internet, there are more than 1.86 billion websites. Around 1% of these -- something like 18,500,000 -- are infected with malware ...

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Data Breach at Orbitz exposed 880,000 credit cards Data Breach at Orbitz exposed 880,000 credit cards

Travel website Orbitz, a subsidiary of Expedia Inc. disclosed Tuesday a security breach that may have exposed data for thousands of cus...

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Intel processors will use hardware-based protections against Meltdown and Spectre 2 Intel processors will use hardware-based protections against Meltdown and Spectre 2

Intel has officially pushed out microcode updates with Spectre and Meltdown mitigations for all of the processors it launched in the pas...

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Russia Linked hacking group Sofacy APT attacking European Government Agencies Russia Linked hacking group Sofacy APT attacking European Government Agencies

Last week the US Government announced sanctions against five Russian entities and 19 individuals, including the FSB, the military intell...

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50 Million Facebook Accounts Hijacked to help Trump Win 50 Million Facebook Accounts Hijacked to help Trump Win

50 million Facebook accounts, most of them in the United States, had their data harvested in 2014 by a company looking for ways to targe...

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Details about tool used by FBI to unlock any Iphone disclosed Details about tool used by FBI to unlock any Iphone disclosed

A series of hot debates about the backdoor access should be provided or not to law enforcement agencies to Apple devices started after t...

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5 Million Popular Android Phones found with pre-installed malwares 5 Million Popular Android Phones found with pre-installed malwares

Security researchers at CheckPoint have discovered that Chinese Cyber Criminals are using a malware named as RottenSys to attack android...

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Hundreds of Organizations Worldwide Attacked by Qrypter Trojan Hundreds of Organizations Worldwide Attacked by Qrypter Trojan

According to a security firm Forcepoint, Hundreds of organizations all around the globe have been targeted in a series of attacks that l...

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ISRO computers infected with Malwares, Could be Hacked ISRO computers infected with Malwares, Could be Hacked

Security researchers have claimed that a malware has infected computer systems of India’s premier space research agency, Indian Space a...

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Calendar app in Mac App Store is openly mining cryptocurrency in background Calendar app in Mac App Store is openly mining cryptocurrency in background

A schedule application in the Mac App Store Calendar 2 has been mining cryptocurrency out of sight in return for giving clients extra h...

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Chinese Spies using malwares to attack U.K. Government Chinese Spies using malwares to attack U.K. Government

A known cyber espionage group believed to be operating out of China was last year spotted using new malware in an attack aimed at an org...

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Redis and Windows servers targeted by a new cryptomining malware RedisWannaMine Redis and Windows servers targeted by a new cryptomining malware RedisWannaMine

Security researchers at Imperva have come across a new cryptojacking worm that infects Redis and Windows servers with cryptomining malwa...

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Saposhi a new malware to take down all IoT devices is out Saposhi a new malware to take down all IoT devices is out

Cybersecurity agencies detected a new malware Saposhi , which can cripple the entire industries by taking over electronic devices and t...

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DDoS Exploit code to shutdown all vulnerable Memcached Servers Released online DDoS Exploit code to shutdown all vulnerable Memcached Servers Released online

For the last few days, Vulnerable Memcached Servers were targeted by hackers to conducted DDoS attacks including the world’s largest eve...

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Millions of email servers affected with Remote Code Execution Millions of email servers affected with Remote Code Execution

A critical vulnerability affects millions of email servers. A fix has been released but this flaw affects more than half of the Interne...

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Chinese Firm selling Smartphones with pre-installed Banking Malwares Chinese Firm selling Smartphones with pre-installed Banking Malwares

More than 40 models of low-cost Android smartphones are sold already infected with the Triada banking trojan, says Dr.Web, a Russia-base...

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4000 Government Websites Hacked in less than 4 Hours to Mine Cryptocurrency 4000 Government Websites Hacked in less than 4 Hours to Mine Cryptocurrency

Over four thousand high profile government websites have been compromised by dark web hackers across the globe, mining virtual currency...

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GitHub Hit with Biggest DDoS Attack ever recorded, 1.3 Tbps GitHub Hit with Biggest DDoS Attack ever recorded, 1.3 Tbps

On Wednesday, developer repository site GitHub was hit with a critical DDoS attack that took the site offline multiple times for a few ...

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