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Month: April 2018

Million of Android Users Became Victims of the Site for the Production of Cryptocurrency

By Chandan Singh 0 Comment April 5, 2018

Million of Android Users Became Victims of the Site for the Production of Cryptocurrency – Web service Malwarebytes described a new method of earning crypto currency using devices on Android, which affected millions of users. Attackers used malicious ads that redirected people to a specially crafted web page. After moving to the page, the device […]

Security Services can now Crack any iPhone : Forbes

By Chandan Singh 0 Comment April 5, 2018

The Israeli company Cellebrite, which helped the FBI break the iPhone of a terrorist, claims to have found a way to unlock any smartphone running iOS 11. The company has not yet made a public statement, but, according to Forbes anonymous sources, over the past few months, it has been working on unnamed technologies for […]

Dark Web: Everything You Need to Know about the Invisible Web

By Chandan Singh 0 Comment April 4, 2018

Dark Web: Everything You Need to Know about the Invisible web Dark Web – this term refers to a set of websites that are visible in public while having a hidden IP address of the server on which they are located. These sites can be visited by all web users, but it is very difficult […]

Discovered a new Smartphone Malware ‘HiddenMiner’

By Chandan Singh 0 Comment April 3, 2018

Discovered a new Smartphone Malware ‘HiddenMiner’ Researchers from the company Trend Micro found malware that could disable the smartphone due to continuous mining. This is reported in the official blog. A virus called HiddenMiner was discovered inside applications that were distributed through third-party stores. Malicious software deceives users, forcing them to give the program access […]

British Police has Learned to Instantly Crack Smartphones

By Chandan Singh 0 Comment April 3, 2018

Law enforcement officers of Great Britain received hacking tools for hacking mobile phones and capturing all the information stored on them. This is reported in the report of public organization Privacy International. Not only the suspects but even the victims of crimes and their alleged witnesses can become objects of unilateral surveillance. Law enforcement officials […]

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