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Microsoft Fixes Actively Used Zero-Day Bug Once Again
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Microsoft Fixes Actively Used Zero-Day Bug Once Again

In its Patch Tuesday updates for December, Microsoft has once again fixed, for the fourth month in a row, a zero-day bug that was continuously being exploited in the wild….

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Google+ Flaw Hits 52.5M Users, Service to Shut Down Early
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Google+ Flaw Hits 52.5M Users, Service to Shut Down Early

A new Google+ bug that has probably hit the accounts of about 52.5 million users has made Google think of shutting down the service earlier than scheduled. Google had announced…

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22 Apps in Google Play Store Taken Down Due To Backdoor Downloaders
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22 Apps in Google Play Store Taken Down Due To Backdoor Downloaders

Google continues its quest to keep Android users safe by actively banning apps they think will harm its users. This time around, a batch of 22 apps was deleted by…

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Who Will Be Missing Google AlloHangouts
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Who Will Be Missing Google Allo/Hangouts?

Remember Allo? The used to be Google’s answer to Apple’s iMessage in the area of instant messaging will enter the digital museum, joining Google Plus, Google Buzz, Google Talk, iGoogle…

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Flaw in GDPR-Themed WordPress Plugin Used to Hijack Websites
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Flaw in GDPR-Themed WordPress Plugin Used to Hijack Websites

A security flaw in a GDPR-themed WordPress plugin has been used by hackers to hijack websites, as per reports. A blog post by Defiant, a company that focuses on WordPress…

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Easy, 10-Step Malware Removal Plan for WordPress Websites
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Easy, 10-Step Malware Removal Plan for WordPress Websites

WordPress websites are very common now. The WordPress CMS is immensely popular and it’s easy to use as well, even for beginners. However, WordPress security is an area that many…

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Text-based reCaptcha, Defeated By An AI Bot
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Text-based reCaptcha, Defeated By An AI Bot

Anyone who browses the web is very familiar with the anti-robot technology we call CAPTCHA (Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart), that blocks everyone to…

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Hacking Group Uses Chrome Extension, Targets Academic Sector
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Hacking Group Uses Chrome Extension, Targets Academic Sector

A hacking group, suspected to be from North Korea, uses a Google Chrome extension to target victims in the academic sector. ZDNet reports, “In what appears to be a first…

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Extortion Scams in Australia is Growing: Tips To Remain Safe Issued by ACCC
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Extortion Scams in Australia is Growing: Tips To Remain Safe Issued by ACCC

Virus infection, ransomware, phishing or cryptojacking malware are not the only techniques that cybercriminals used to earn money from their victims, a classic case of crimes works too. One such…

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London Blue Cybergang List 50,000 execs for Phishing Attacks
Phishing Attacks

London Blue Cybergang List 50,000 execs for Phishing Attacks

As reported by SC Magazine, a U.K./Nigerian cybergang has accumulated a list of more than 50,000 corporate executives to be targeted in future phishing campaigns. According to Agari’s London Blue…

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