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YouTube to Remove its Annotations Feature in January 2019 Hacker Combat
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YouTube to Remove its Annotations Feature in January 2019

YouTube now finally decides to remove its annotations feature, after having discontinued the annotations editor earlier. It was in May 2017 that Google discontinued the YouTube annotations editor, after finding…

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Stealing Data from Infected Computer’s Blinking LED
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Stealing Data from Infected Computer’s Blinking LED

This may sound strange, and to an extent startling as well. A hacker could steal data from your system (which would already have a malware in it) by just sending…

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Dell Discovers Breach, Resets Customer Passwords
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Dell Discovers Breach, Resets Customer Passwords

Dell Inc, after discovering a breach impacting customer data, has reset passwords for all accounts on its Dell.com online electronics store. It was on November 9 that the computer maker…

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Australia's Shortage of Cybersecurity Professionals Highlighted by the Government
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Australia’s Shortage of Cybersecurity Professionals, Highlighted by the Government

The Cybersecurity-related profession is a very dynamic, too dynamic in fact that many in the industry are not formally educated to become a future member of the sector. The reality…

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Scamvertisers using Botnets and Public Servers for Hire, Charged in New York
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Scamvertisers using Botnets and Public Servers for Hire, Charged in New York

The United States Department of Justice has found probable cause to prosecute the alleged online scamvertising involving eight Russian nationals. The scamvertising schemes were separately named as 3ve and Methbot,…

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The Three Core Factors of Artificial Intelligence to Enhance Cybersecurity
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The Three Core Factors of Artificial Intelligence to Enhance Cybersecurity

Internal Revenue Service issued a request to learn more about how artificial intelligence can improve cybersecurity. The request went beyond just using machine-learning technologies. The agency wanted to know how…

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Singapore, One of the Top Countries With Least the Cybersecurity Risk
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Singapore, One of the Top Countries With Least the Cybersecurity Risk

Singapore is above average when it comes to the risks of being targeted by cyber attacks, that is the disclosure published in the recently released cyberexposureindex survey, as it measures…

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13 Newly Discovered Malicious Apps, Deleted By Google From the Play Store
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13 Newly Discovered Malicious Apps, Deleted By Google From the Play Store

Google for a decade now has been keeping with its promise of securing Android as they see fit. The search giant has introduced a huge permission system change in Marshmallow,…

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Holiday Season Cybercriminals are Phishing All The Way
Cyber Crime

Holiday Season: Cybercriminals are Phishing All The Way

In this coming holiday seasons, while many get busy with shopping for their loved ones, threat actors are busy phishing all the way (pun unintended). As more information reaches the…

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TA505 Cybercrime Group Experimenting with a New RAT In The Wild
Cyber Crime

TA505 Cybercrime Group Experimenting with a New RAT In The Wild

Apparently, the notorious cybercrime community named TA505 is very active again, this time they are heavily testing in the wild the effectiveness of a new variant of a remote access…

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