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Month: January 2018

5 Best Ways To Monitor DNS Traffic For Security Threats

By Vikrant Singh 0 Comment January 30, 2018

5 Best Ways To Monitor DNS Traffic For Security Threats –   DNS (Domain Name System) is responsible for IP resolving i.e domain names like cyberops.in will be resolved to its particular IP address as x.x.x.x. But nowadays DNS attacks are in practice in which your ip is resolved to some malicious or phishing pages […]

Apple finally fixed Meltdown and a gap with a special link

By Palash Verma 0 Comment January 29, 2018

Apple finally fixed Meltdown and a gap with a special link –   Apple released patches for iOS and macOS, among other vulnerabilities, they eliminate Meltdown and Specter, so the company recommends users to install patches sooner. On macOS, the update will be called High Sierra 10.13.3 or Security Update 2018-001 for computers based on […]

IOC declared that cybersecurity at the Olympic Games is a priority

By Vikrant Singh 0 Comment January 29, 2018

IOC declared that cybersecurity at the Olympic Games is a priority- The International Olympic Committee (IOC) spoke about the importance of cybersecurity at the Olympic Games. “Cybersecurity is one of the main priorities in the Olympic Games for a long time, ” R-Sport reports. However, the IOC press service stated that they do not intend to discuss […]

Trojan King: found the most powerful Spyware for Android

By Vikrant Singh 0 Comment January 29, 2018

Trojan King: found the most powerful Spyware for Android – Kaspersky Lab specialists have identified a malicious program for mobile devices on the Android platform, which has unprecedented capabilities. The Sky free virus can include sound recording at a time when the victim is in a certain place, allows you to monitor the work of a […]

Hackers stole more than $ 500 million from one of Japan’s largest crypto-exchange exchanges

By Vikrant Singh 0 Comment January 29, 2018

Unknown cyber criminals hacked one of the largest crypto-exchange exchanges in Japan Coincheck and stole from its participants tokens worth $ 533 million. This is reported by Cointelegraph. It is noted that as a result of several unauthorized transactions, the NEM crypto currency tokens were stolen. The representatives of the exchange had already held a press conference […]

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