Vulnerability

Hacker behind the bars in the US – who assisted to paralyze the ransomware attack

Marcus Hutchins, a youthful British analyst credited with crashing a worldwide cyberattack in May, has been captured for purportedly making and circulating managing an account malware, U.S. specialists say. Hutchins…

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Vulnerabilities in Wireless Gateways Exposed: DEF CON

The DEF CON 25 security conference in Las Vegas this year witnessed cyber security researchers exposing vulnerabilities in wireless gateways provided by internet service providers (ISPs) and cable television operators….

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Kaspersky is Offering a Free Version of its Antivirus. Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Use it.

There’s no denying that Kaspersky Lab has an illustrious history in the cybersecurity industry. Founded in 1997 by KGB-school graduate Eugune Kaspersky, the cybersecurity provider has created some of the…

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Apple Pay is Vulnerable to Malware. Here’s How to Stay Safe.

The Apple Pay mobile payment system is vulnerable. Cyber security experts have identified two different weaknesses in the system that have broken the strong belief that Apple Pay is secure….

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Hackers Exploit free Hotel Wi-Fi to Attack Target Victims

You might be on a business tour indulging a free hotel stay. You might be offered with free Wi-Fi during your hotel stay, be sure you do not take it….

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Hacker Exploits Vulnerability to Steal $30M in Crypto Currency. Here’s what you Should Know.

Hackers are exploiting vulnerabilities to steal crypto currency. In a recent attack, they stole over 153,000 Ether, which approximately translates to over $30 million dollars. A considerable amount, it is….

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Your Connected Brain Could Get Hacked

Brain chips are being developed. Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) or brain-machine interfaces (BMIs) that can connect the human mind to computers are being developed and significant progress has been made. Actually,…

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Linux Malware and How To Safeguard Against It

There was a time when people thought Linux devices were immune to malware. But last year’s Mirai botnet attacks, which turned network devices running Linux into remotely controlled bots that…

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Lunix/Unix platforms are anymore! Wannacry like threat is the reason.

Researches have found out that the Samba vulnerability is becoming a new threat to the Linux and Unix systems. There is a high probability that this might lead to even…

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Companies Recognize Cyber Threats but are Unwilling to Spend Enough on Protection

A recent survey of Canadian companies conducted by Ovum found that most expect cyber attacks to become a major threat within the next few years, but fewer than half are willing to budget…

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