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Android Security

Russian Military Hardware Vendor Accused Of U.S. Espionage

The United States has accused a Russian defense contractor company named Special Technology Center (STC) for developing specialized software to spy on Android users. For many years, the western nations…

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Beware of Fake Samsung Firmware Update App

Are you a Samsung smartphone user? Then this news item is for you; we recommend to only accept official updates for your Samsung Device using the official Kies app or…

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5 Apps To Clean And Free Up Storage Space in Android

Have you ever seen the warning message on your Google Android smartphone: Android storage is insufficient? This means that you do not have enough space to take more photos or…

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Simple Mitigation Tips For Securing Android E-Readers

Android e-readers are not taking any headlines when manufacturers are announcing their products. However, the e-ink based Android tablets are still selling like hotcakes, given it provides more flexibility than…

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iOS Version of Exodus Android Spyware Doing the Rounds

Security researchers have discovered a dangerous iOS spyware strain that was seen earlier this year on the official Google Play Store. Exodus is the name of the spyware and it…

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GDPR

What Does GDPR Mean for Your Organization

GDPR ,or the General Data Prevention Regulation, is a new law that has been enforced by the European Union since May 25, 2018. The goal of this regulation is to…

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5 Important GDPR Requirements

In May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was enforced by the European Union (EU) to protect its citizens from the misuse of their personal data. This breakthrough regulation…

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Troublesome 1,500 Hotel Chains Inadvertently Leaking Customer Data

Symantec, a mainstream antimalware vendor has disclosed the result of their study that reveals that 67% of hotel websites experienced leaks with its respective booking systems. The leakage continues and…

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French Regulatory Commission Orders $50 M Fine Against Google

Google has been slapped by a 50-million Euro fine by CNIL (Commission Nationale de L’informatique et des Libertés), France’s Data Regulation Agency due to GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) violation….

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DDoS

Telegram Recovers from DDoS Attack

Telegram Messenger, which had suffered a DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attack recently, has reportedly recovered from the same and everything now seems stabilized, as per reports. A ZDNet report,…

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“Denial-of-Service Condition” Impacts US Energy Company

A “denial-of-service condition” has reportedly impacted a US energy company that provides power to many western states. TechCrunch reports, “An energy company providing power in several western U.S. states experienced…

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All About Preventing DDoS Attack on Enterprise Networks

For any enterprise today, a DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attack could mean a real headache. Such an attack could throw out of gear all business activities and all operations…

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DDoS Attacks Hit Games Like Assassin’s Creed and Final Fantasy XIV

The threat of DDoS (Denial-of-Service) attacks that send massive processing demands from multiple Internet-connected devices (be it a PC, a smartphone, a tablet or an IoT) to the target server…

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DOS Attacks and Free DOS Attacking Tools

Denial-of-service (DoS) attacks are the antecedent to DDoS attacks. Earlier, DoS attacks were the main source to disrupt computer systems on a network. It originates from a single machine and…

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Infographics

Meanwhile, here is the best alternative to access the best Torrents sites that is a well-known and widely used and accessed by more than millions of visitors daily across the…

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Why You Should Move to Cloud Computing

It’s worth it, cloud computing includes benefits and gives you the flexibility of connecting to your business from anywhere, any time. Increase operation efficiency and reduce IT spending. Read here…

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Key Things to Scale The Internet of Things

IoT success. The companies that succeed in transforming their operations and business models through IoT are those that will have weighed all the considerations, planned thoroughly, and implemented carefully. Related…

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Discussing basic data loss prevention steps. Data loss prevention can be done by doing certain basic things like installing a firewall and anti-virus software, ensuring proper backup of files and…

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All Security News

Android Antimalware Apps You Can Install Today

High-risk consumers are conscious that criminals are more likely than the mainstream, but many of them still have poor security behaviors, a Google survey shows. High-risk user groups involve executives,…

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windows-7

If your business is still running on Windows 7, it is time to take the end of January 14, 2020 seriously. Here are the four options. If your company still…

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prison

The brute-force account cracking tool of Sentry MBA has been used to compromise user accounts. For nine months, an individual who was interested in a hack into the British National…

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Citrix servers

At least eighty thousand organisations could be at risk. Cyber attackers scan Citrix servers, which are vulnerable to a critical ADC and Gateway security vulnerability, as researchers have warned.  Disclosed…

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Understanding Indicators of Compromise to Improve Your Cybersecurity

Vendors are allowed to have 90 days to fix bugs, under adjustments to the transparency policies of Google Project Zero. Project Zero, the team of elite security researchers from Google,…

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The Messaging App WeChat Exceeds 1 Billion User Account

A malicious code exploited a newly fixed zero-day flaw in the Google Play store that affects multiple Android devices, including Pixel phones from Google. Tracked as CVE-2019-2215, Google Project Zero…

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Kent County Community Mental Health Hit By Phishing Attack

New York Special Olympics has been compromised, a non-profit organization focusing on competitive athletes with mental handicaps. New York Special Olympics presents equal opportunity to participate in Competitive, organized sports…

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NoKor Hackers Behind Latest Round Of Spearphishing

On Friday, a British citizen was convicted for trying to bribe Apple by alleging that he had a massive iCloud folder and other Apple accounts. The guy, 22-year-old Kerem Albayrak…

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SSL Traffic

Apparently, without even decrypting it, DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) traffic can be detected, a security researcher has discovered. The aim of the DoH protocol is to improve the overall Internet security by…

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A Look at the Biggest Ransomware Attacks 2017

As if it wasn’t hard enough to have their data compromised, businesses who fell victim to Maze ransomware are now facing another threat: their data could become public. Maze’s operators…

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