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Huawei a Threat to Australia’s Infrastructure Says Spy Chief

5 Simple Ways to Spy on Someone’s Phone Without Touching It

People often want to find out what their partners or their children or other loved ones are doing in their absence. This would have been impossible some years back, but…

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Russian Military Hardware Vendor Accused Of U.S. Espionage

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

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 Mitigations Tips For Securing Android E Readers

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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GDPR

Privacy Violation What It Means

NIST Releases Privacy Risk Management Framework

Last week, NIST announced version 1.0 of its Privacy Framework, a tool designed to support organizations in managing their privacy risks. In September 2019, NIST released a revised draft Privacy…

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What Does GDPR Mean for Your Organization

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

Privacy Act: 5 Important GDPR Requirements to Remember

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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DDoS

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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

How Companies Fight DDoS Attacks?

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

Know the best and Top Torrent alternatives

Know the Best and Top Torrent Alternatives [Infographic]

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

Why You Should Move to Cloud Computing? [Infographic]

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

Requirement to Scale Success with IoT Implementation [Infographic]

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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Data Loss Prevention Tips

Data Loss Prevention Tips [Infographic]

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

Aviation Equipment Major ASCO Victim of Ransomware Attack

A Step-By-Step Guide on How To Remove Ransomware?

Prevention is always recommended when it comes to ransomware infections. Nevertheless, there are numerous ways to recover lost data whenever a device is compromised. Learn how to remove ransomware in…

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Guide to Remove Ransomware

Ransomware is malicious software that encrypts your files and demands a fee in exchange for access. This type of malware is now the most profitable form of cybercrime since victims…

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New Ransomware Attack – Texas Government agencies become Victim

Best Ransomware Protection

Ransomware attacks targeting governments, businesses, hospitals, and private individuals are rising. It has become a vast online issue that affects individuals and businesses alike. You are neither safe on your…

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The Feasibility Of Tape Backup Against Ransomware

Microsoft: The Ransomware ware is Changing, Here’s What You Need to Know

Microsoft has highlighted RaaS, also known as ransomware as a service, as a criminal company relying on freelancers and is designed to spread the risk.   Microsoft security professionals track over…

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Vulnerabilities That Allow Hijacking of Most Ransomware to Prevent File Encryption

A cyber-attack is a malicious attack undertaken by cybercriminals against single or numerous computers, computer systems, networks, or infrastructures utilizing one or more computers. The goal is to interrupt the…

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7 Ransomware Protection Tips to Help You Secure Data in 2022

There were 2690 reports of ransomware attacks in 2021, which was a 97.1% increase on 2020 levels. Ransomware is malicious software that infects a personal or organizational computer and then…

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Benefits and Best Practices of Adaptive Security

CISA Cautions of Attacks on UPS Devices

The Energy Department and the US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) published guidelines this week on preventing attacks on UPS units. Threat actors are targeting UPS units that are…

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Email Remains The Biggest Vulnerability

Hacktivists Leak Email Data from Russian Pipeline Giant Transneft

Amid Russia’s war with Ukraine, Russian state-backed businesses continue to face attacks and data leaks from hackers. A website famous for hosting leaks released a link to around 79 gigabytes…

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Security Terms Threat Vulnerability Risk

Severe Vulnerability Patched in CRI-O Container Engine for Kubernetes

A report by CrowdStrike reveals that an extreme weakness affecting the CRI-O container engine for Kubernetes could be utilized to break free from the container and gain root entry to…

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The Facebook Privacy Issue And Compromises

Meta Releases Open-Source Browser Extension for Checking Code Authenticity

Meta, which is Facebook’s parent company, has announced the release of new technology that it aims to implement in its everyday workings. The technology, known as Code Verify, is an…

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