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Hacked Webcams Take Down Paypal, Twitter, other IOT concerns
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Hacked Webcams Take Down Paypal, Twitter, other IOT concerns

For those who have been anyplace close to the web within the US on Friday, you in all probability seen a bunch of your favourite websites had been down for a lot of the day. Now, specialists are saying it is all as a result of...

hacked using the Stagefright bug
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How to hack using Stagefright Bug

Earlier this year, news broke out about how millions of android devices were vulnerable to a technical glitch in the software of the platform. A vulnerability called Stagefright was made public to the people. Stagefright is Android’s native media playback library and used to play all...

PETYA Malware Locks Down your Computer until you pay Ransom
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PETYA Malware Locks Down your Computer until you pay Ransom

A new type of malware doing the rounds utilizing preferred Dropbox as its service provider is apparently able to secure individuals from their software. The ransomware is referred to as Petya, as well as presently it appears to be requiring individuals to pay greater than $400...

Anonymous Hack Japanese Websites in Whaling Policy Protest
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Anonymous Hack Japanese Websites in Whaling Policy Protest

Anonymous, the international website hacking group has allegedly, hacked three Japanese websites today, in response to Tokyo recommencing whale hunting as of 1 December 2015. The Japanese Tax Agency website was deemed unusable this morning during a peak period when many users are completing their annual...

Google rewards $2 million to bounty hunters in 2015
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1 million Gmail accounts are the next target of Hackers

Intelligence recruitment agencies across the globe planning to accumulate info important to their different companies, which includes hacking e-mails accounts. Google for some time currently has actually had the ability to determine such government-backed cyberpunks, as well as inform possibly influenced clients so they could take...

Volkswagen keyless entry systems compromised by security experts
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Volkswagen keyless entry systems compromised by security experts

Virtually each car Volkswagen has bought since 1995 is susceptible to a few easy hacks that might enable thieves to unlock their doors wirelessly. The bug was found by a staff of researchers led by Flavio Garcia on the College of Birmingham, who reverse-engineered an undisclosed Volkswagen part...