Web Security

Personal Data of Over 31 Million People Leaked Via Popular Virtual Keyboard App

A popular virtual keyboard app has caused leakage of personal data belonging to over 31 million customers. This data breach has happened after the app developer failed in securing the…

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How Not to Get Hacked!

Let’s do away with the usual introduction about hacking. Today almost anyone who uses the internet is familiar with the word ‘hacking’ and knows that in today’s scenario, anyone could…

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WordPress Acting Weird? 10 Signs Your Site May Be Hacked

10 Signs Your Site May Be Hacked We often try to see if a Website is hacked or not and if it is a WordPress Website here are the few…

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8 Security Tools That Recovers Hacked Website

Since the advent of online businesses, websites on which these businesses are conducted have been the target of hackers. The situation only worsened when various Content Management Systems CMS(s) –…

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A Web Application Penetration Testing Checklist Overview

Penetration testing is the process of testing a software by trained security experts (aka penetration testers or ethical hackers) in order to find out its security vulnerabilities. The objective of…

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Malicious SSL Traffic Doubles, So Do We Really Need SSL Certificates?

Studies point out that malicious SSL traffic is on the rise; ie, the volume of malicious content that’s transmitted in an encrypted manner via SSL/TLS has increased considerably. Well, that…

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WannaCry Saviour’s Arrest Could Have Serious Repercussions, Predict IT Security Experts

The IT Security Community is apparently not happy with the arrest of Marcus Hutchins, the British Hacker responsible for creating the kill switch for Wanncry Ransomware, over the alleged creation…

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Symantec’s Website Security Business Would Now Be DigiCert’s…Gain in Loss?!!

‘Symantec sells its problem SSL unit to DigiCert for $1B’- PC World uses this headline for its report on DigiCert’s agreement with Symantec to acquire the latter’s website security business….

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India’s BSNL Gets Customers to Change Modem Passwords due to Malware Attack

BSNL (Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited), the state-owned telecommunications company in India, has reportedly had to advise broadband customers to change their default modem password after a malware attack on a…

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Symantec Now Reportedly Planning To Sell Web Certificate Business

Reports are that Symantec, one of the leaders in the international market for SSL certificates, in a recent move, is thinking of selling its web certificate business, so as to…

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