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Is it possible to snoop into someone's Facebook Messenger discreetly

Facebook is an indispensable part of our everyday life. In today’s life, Facebook defines a lot about us and the way we think, and what all our taste. There are…

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Fax Capable-Printers, an Attack Prospect for Malware Payload

The fax machine in the eyes of the millennial generation is what is the Walkman, cd player and cassette tapes are today, a relic of the forgettable past. However, some…

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Cyber security should be a Proactive affair

A few organizations depend on a responsive way to deal with cybersecurity. This method is not advised, and why it is like that, here’s the reason. In detailing a cybersecurity…

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5 Things to Know For a Successful Pen Testing

Penetration testing (AKA Pen test) is an authorized deliberate hacking of a corporate network and computer infrastructure to determine its vulnerability. The vulnerability report arising from pen test is a…

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PGA Championship, the Newest Victim of Ransomware Attack

Ransomware strikes again, this time not against its perennial favorite target, the healthcare industry, but PGA TOUR servers. The ransomware attack happened two days before the start of the PGA…

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How to Crack WPA-WPA2 PSK Enabled WiFi Network Passwords

The new method to crack WPA/WPA2 enabled WiFi networks that allow attackers to access Pre-shared Key hash that used to crack Passwords used by targeted victims. This Method found during…

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Free Facial Recognition Tool to Track People on Social Media Sites

A new facial recognition tool is developed by the researchers at Trustwave, an information security company. This is an open-source facial recognition tool will help agencies gather intelligence at a…

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The Story Behind the Frying of an Egg on a Router

The Symantec Blackhat Conference for many years past features the awesome talent of many ethical hackers to display their wits and contribute to a safer computing world for everyone. But…

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New Money Making Scheme for Cybercriminals

The world has changed for the better when it comes to security and privacy of data, thanks to the European Union’s GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). Companies, especially those operating…

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Expert Warns that Hacked Satellite Systems Could be Used to Launch Microwave-Like Attacks

A cybersecurity researcher has pointed out, at the Black Hat conference in Las Vegas, that if hackers lay hands on the satellite systems used by ships, planes etc, they could…

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