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Equifax’s Nightmare Continues, Credit Rating “Negative”
Latest Security News

Equifax’s Nightmare Continues, Credit Rating “Negative”

Since 2017, Hackercombat.com covered the data breach incident of Equifax and all its relevant angles. The latest was just last March 9, 2019, when the U.S. Senate’s Committee on Homeland…

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Mobile Browsers’ Google Safe Browsing Flaw In 2018 Revealed
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Mobile Browsers’ Google Safe Browsing Flaw In 2018 Revealed

Google Safe Browsing system has been implemented by the Google search engine for more than a decade now, designed to block known websites harboring malware or phishing attempts against visitors….

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Banking Trojan Infections Dominated In Q1 2019 - Hacker Combat
Threats

Banking Trojan Infections Dominated In Q1 2019

Kaspersky Lab, the research arm of Kaspersky, an antivirus vendor has revealed that the first quarter of 2019 saw the double growth of banking trojan cases globally compared to the…

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TalkTalk’s Databreach Made Secret, Exposed In A Google Search
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TalkTalk’s Databreach Made Secret, Exposed In A Google Search

Having the Google search engine is a blessing for many people who are searching for answers to whatever questions they may have. However, for the telecommunication conglomerate TalkTalk, having Google…

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Why You Need to be Careful About the BlueKeep Vulnerability
Vulnerability

Why You Need to be Careful About the BlueKeep Vulnerability

WannaCry, the ransomware that struck in 2017, shook the very foundations of thousands of businesses worldwide. The NotPetya attack that followed also caught many businesses unawares and dealt them a…

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Six Best CRM Software for Business for 2019
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Six Best CRM Software for Business for 2019

CRM (Customer Relationship Management) software helps easily manage prospects, leads and customers for any business. By using CRM software, a business could store data (contact information and the like), send…

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Google Stored G Suite Customers Passwords in Plain Text
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Google Stored G Suite Customers Passwords in Plain Text

In a blog published yesterday, Google revealed that it had discovered a bug that allowed some G Suite users to have their passwords saved in text format. The bug has…

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Phishing Attacks against SaaS, Webmail Services
Phishing Attacks

Sharp Rise in Phishing Attacks against SaaS, Webmail Services

Phishing attacks against businesses offering SaaS (Software-as-a-service) and web-based email services have increased considerably in the first quarter of the current year, as per a recent report. According to the…

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Criminals Hack Forum Used for Trading Stolen Credentials
Cyber Crime

Criminals Hack Forum Used for Trading Stolen Credentials

This is really interesting- a popular online forum that hackers have been using to trade stolen credentials has been hacked! Reports confirm that OGusers, a popular online form used by…

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Our Long Collective Struggle To Secure Enterprise Email
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Our Long Collective Struggle To Secure Enterprise Email

Email is the oldest service on the Internet, launched in the 1970’s, it is older than the WWW or the World Wide Web itself for more than three decades. However,…

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