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Be warned!!! A New Android Malware Is Out

Be warned!!! A New Android Malware Is Out   Security analysts at Cisco Talos have revealed variations of another Android Trojan that are being conveyed in the wild camouflaging as a phony hostile to infection application, named “Naver Defender.” Named KevDroid, the malware is a remote organization instrument (RAT) intended to take touchy

Analysing Patches For Spectre On Windows 7

Analysing Patches For Spectre On Windows 7   Meltdown CPU vulnerability was bad, and Microsoft somehow made the flaw even worse on its Windows 7, allowing any unprivileged, user-level application to read content from and even write data to the operating system’s kernel memory. For those unaware, Spectre and Meltdown were security flaws

40,000 Customers Affected By Credit Card Breach On OnePlus

  40,000 Customers Affected By Credit Card Breach On OnePlus   OnePlus has at long last affirmed that its online instalment framework was broken, following several complaints of fraudulent credit card transactions from its customers who made purchases on the company's official website. In an announcement discharged today, Chinese cellphone maker conceded that credit

15-Year-Old Schoolboy Posed As CIA Chief To Hack Highly Sensitive Data

15-Year-Old Schoolboy Posed As CIA Chief To Hack Highly Sensitive Data     A notorious pro-Palestinian hacking group behind a series of embarrassing hacks against United States intelligence officials and leaked the personal details of 20,000 FBI agents, 9,000 Department of Homeland Security officers, and some number of DoJ staffers in 2015. Believe or

Flaws in All Blizzard Games Could Let Hackers Hijack Millions of PCs

Flaws in All Blizzard Games Could Let Hackers Hijack Millions of PCs   A Google security analyst has found a serious weakness in Blizzard games that could enable remote assailants to run malicious code on gamers' PCs. Played each month significantly a billion clients—World of Warcraft, Overwatch, Diablo III, Hearthstone and Starcraft II

Don’t Install Intel’s Patches For Spectre And Meltdown Chip Vulnerabilities; Intel warns

Don't Install Intel's Patches For Spectre And Meltdown Chip Vulnerabilities; Intel warns   Intel on Monday cautioned that you should quit sending its present variants of Specter/Meltdown patches, which Linux maker Linus Torvalds calls 'finish and express rubbish.' Phantom and Meltdown are security vulnerabilities unveiled by analysts not long ago in numerous processors

Microsoft Updates Crash Systems-Beware!!!

Microsoft Updates Crash Systems-Beware!!!     Users have complained that the updates free by Microsoft last week for the Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities cause Windows to interrupt down on some computers with AMD processors.   Several people whose computers rely on AMD processors, significantly older Athlon models, say they're unable to start up Windows tenonceputting

Powerful Android Spyware “Skygofree” Discovered

Powerful Android Spyware "Skygofree" Discovered     Security analysts have disclosed a standout amongst the most effective and very propelled Android spyware instruments that give programmers full control of infected android gadgets remotely. Named Skygofree, the Android spyware has been intended for focused observation, and it is accepted to have been focusing on countless

Canadian Man Charged Over Leak Of Three Billion Hacked Accounts

Canadian Man Charged Over Leak Of Three Billion Hacked Accounts

Canadian Man Charged Over Leak Of Three Billion Hacked Accounts     An Ontario man showed up Monday to answer charges of running a site that gathered individual and watchword information from about three billion records and sold them for the benefit. Jordan Evan Bloom, 27, of Thornhill earned some Can$247,000 ($198,800 US) by

Flaws Could Allow Attackers to Spy On your WhatsApp Encrypted Group Chats

  Flaws Could Allow Attackers to Spy On your WhatsApp Encrypted Group Chats   A more dramatic revelation of 2018—an outsider can secretly eavesdrop on your private end-to-end encrypted group chats on WhatsApp and Signal messaging apps. Thinking about insurance against three sorts of aggressors—vindictive client, arrange assailant, and pernicious server—a conclusion to-end encryption

Android Malware Steals Data from Social Media Applications

Android Malware Steals Data from Social Media Applications     A newly found android indirect access that has figured out how to contaminate more than one thousand Android gadgets was intended to take delicate information from famous online networking applications, Google uncovers. Named Tizi, the malware accompanies establishing abilities and has been as of

2018 Pyeongchang Olympic Games Has Been Targeted by Hackers

2018 Pyeongchang Olympic Games Has Been Targeted by Hackers     Hackers have already begun targeting the Pyeongchang Olympics 2018 Games with malware-infected emails which may be aimed at stealing passwords or financial information, researchers said Saturday. The security firm McAfee said in a report that several organizations associated with the Olympics had received

Vulnerability in F5 BIG-IP Allows Access to Encrypted Messages

Vulnerability in F5 BIG-IP Allows Access to Encrypted Messages     In the implementation of the RSA algorithm in F5 BIG-IP, a vulnerability has been discovered that allows attackers to gain access to encrypted messages. The problem identified by researchers Hanno Bock, Juraj Somorovsky and Craig Young received CVE-2017-6168. According to her description, "a

Three Hackers Plead Guilty to Creating IoT-based Mirai DDoS Botnet

Three Hackers Plead Guilty to Creating IoT-based Mirai DDoS Botnet   The U.S. federal officials have arrested three hackers who have pleaded guilty to computer-crimes charges for creating and distributing Mirai botnet that crippled some of the world's biggest and most popular websites by launching the massive DDoS attacks last year. According to

This New Android Malware Can Physically Damage Your Phone

  This New Android Malware Can Physically Damage Your Phone   Due to the recent surge in cryptocurrency prices, not only hackers but also legitimate website administrators are increasingly using JavaScript-based cryptocurrency miners to monetize by levying the CPU power of your PC to mine Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies. Just last week, researchers from

Romanian Police Arrest 5 People for Spreading CTB Locker and Cerber Ransomware

  Romanian Police Arrest 5 People for Spreading CTB Locker and Cerber Ransomware   Romanian police have arrested five individuals suspected of infecting tens of thousands of computers across Europe and the United States in recent years by spreading two infamous ransomware families—Cerber and CTB Locker. Under Operation Bakovia—a major global police operation conducted

Password Stealing Apps With Over A Million Downloads

Password Stealing Apps With Over A Million Downloads   Even after so many efforts by Google like launching bug bounty program and preventing apps from using Android accessibility services, malicious applications somehow manage to get into Play Store and infect people with malicious software. The same happened once again when security researchers discovered

Greedy North Korean Hackers Targeting Cryptocurrencies

Greedy North Korean Hackers Targeting Cryptocurrencies   Security researchers have uncovered a new widespread malware campaign targeting cryptocurrency users, believed to be originated from Lazarus Group, a state-sponsored hacking group linked to the North Korean government. Active since 2009, Lazarus Group has been attributed to many high profile attacks, including Sony Pictures Hack,

Collection of 1.4 Billion Plain-Text Leaked Passwords

Collection of 1.4 Billion Plain-Text Leaked Passwords     Hackers always first go for the weakest link to quickly gain access to your online accounts. Online users habit of reusing the same password across multiple services gives hackers the opportunity to use the credentials gathered from a data breach to break into their other

Apple Admits Deliberately Slowing Older iPhones — Here’s Why

Apple Admits Deliberately Slowing Older iPhones — Here’s Why Why is my iPhone slow? Do you also ask this question again and again? Well, the biggest conspiracy theory floating around from years that Apple deliberately slows down performance on your older iPhones whenever the company is about to launch the next version of

Oops… Some HP Laptops Shipped With Hidden Keylogger

Oops... Some HP Laptops Shipped With Hidden Keylogger   Some HP laptops users came with a pre-installed program to capture the keystrokes of users, a security researcher recently discovered. The researcher, Michael Myng aka "ZwClose," discovered the keylogger software while trying to solve a keyboard problem for a friend. The software is turned

Be Careful, Bitcoin Phishing Attacks On The Rise

Be Careful, Bitcoin Phishing Attacks On The Rise   After Bitcoin’s price goes higher and higher and has climbed from $11,000 on Monday to almost $17,500 on Sunday, phishing attacks on Bitcoin wallets increased, according to CheckPhish, which is a service that keeps track of new phishing pages against popular companies. According to CheckPhish

Newly Uncovered ‘MoneyTaker’ Hacker Group Stole Millions from U.S. & Russian Banks

Newly Uncovered 'MoneyTaker' Hacker Group Stole Millions from U.S. & Russian Banks   Moscow-based security firm Group-IB published a 36-page report on Monday, providing details about the newly-disclosed hacking group, dubbed MoneyTaker, which has been operating since at least May 2016. In the past 18 months, the hacking group is believed to have

The 10 Worst Data Breaches of 2017

  The 10 Worst Data Breaches of 2017   The drumbeat continues The 10 worst data breaches of the year show widening depth, breadth of attacks. It’s been another banner year for data breaches. The security tracking organization Breach Level Index reports 10.5 million records lost or stolen every day in the first half

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