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Month: November 2017

Are You Using Secured Online Dating Apps?

By Chandan Singh 0 Comment November 17, 2017

Whilst more and more young people use dating applications for fun or to find the love of their life, new research alerts that these applications are susceptible to hacks, putting you at risk of getting their locations and real names revealed. According to research revealed that many dating applications do not handle users’ sensitive data […]

FBI Blindly Hacked Computers in Russia?

By Chandan Singh 0 Comment November 16, 2017

FBI blindly hacked computers in Russia ? Read  ↓ In the course of the investigation of the case of the Playpen website, which distributed child pornography, in 2015 the FBI hacked devices in Russia, China, Iran and other countries. Hacker operation using malware was conducted in the Depth Web (the shadow part of the Internet). […]

Hackers Helped the Pentagon to Fix Thousands of Vulnerabilities

By Chandan Singh 0 Comment November 16, 2017

Almost a year after the Pentagon launched the vulnerability disclosure program, the agency received 2,837 credible reports on vulnerabilities from some 650 hackers from 50 countries around the world. More than 100 detected vulnerabilities were critical or represented a serious threat to the agency’s systems. Problems in almost 40 components of the systems of the […]

The Extension for Chrome, Designed to Protect Users, Steals Information from LinkedIn and Facebook

By Chandan Singh 0 Comment November 16, 2017

How to Protect FB and Linkedin Account :- A well-known IB specialist and founder of the Bleeping Computer resource, Lawrence Abrams,discovered in the Chrome Web Store a suspicious extension called Browse-Secure, which is advertised as a tool that guarantees its users secure, encrypted, and truly anonymous search. Unfortunately, in fact, the extension steals data from […]

Wikileaks came up with Vault 8 after Vault 7

By Chandan Singh 0 Comment November 13, 2017

Wikileaks has released Vault 8 series, a sequel of Vault 7. This series contain the source codes of alleged CIA (Central Intelligence Agency) hacking tools. Hive is the first tool featured in the Vault 8 series. The intention of Wikileaks behind this release is to “enable investigative journalists, forensic experts and the general public to […]

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