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Malware Targets Users Visiting Yahoo.com, Security Firm Reveals

Malware Targets Users Visiting Yahoo.com, Security Firm Reveals

In the past, Yahoo has been criticized often for its numerous security breaches. The company is yet again in difficult waters, with security experts citing that a malware is being used to target any Yahoo.com visitors.

By On January 5, 2014 Respond
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US’ First Bookless Public Library BibiloTech Opens In Texas

US’ First Bookless Public Library BibiloTech Opens In Texas

BiblioTech is the world’s first library in the United States that only provides digital copies of books to patrons rather than stocking paper copies as well. Now, a new branch of this public library has been opened in Texas.

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Data Risks Persuade Digital Ocean Cloud Services To Start Scrubbing Hard Drives

Data Risks Persuade Digital Ocean Cloud Services To Start Scrubbing Hard Drives

When data saved in cloud storage is deleted, the hard drive need to be scrubbed to totally annihilate the data, or someone else may access it later. Digital Ocean had a policy of not scrubbing hard drives until quite recently when a developer exposed this flaw in the cloud service’s data management.

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Coca Cola Has 16 Million Mac Addresses

Coca Cola Has 16 Million Mac Addresses

Coca Cola may not exactly be the first company that pops up in your head when you read about technology. But that wouldn’t change the fact that Coca Cola has been allocated a whopping 16 million Mac addresses.

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New York Times Will Soon Redesign Its Website, Introduce Native Ads

New York Times Will Soon Redesign Its Website, Introduce Native Ads

New York Times has been in a financial fix for some time and now has come up with a plan to resolve it. The paper will revamp its website on Jan. 8 while at the same time, introducing native advertisements embedded within its regular content.

By On January 3, 2014 Respond
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Check If Your Snapchat Account Been Compromised

Check If Your Snapchat Account Been Compromised

We recently reported the massive Snapchat breach, letting the hackers lay their hands on as much as 4.6 million Snapchat usernames and phone numbers. Not sure if your Snapchat account was among these? Given below is a quick look-up tool to help you confirm.

By On January 2, 2014 Respond
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NSA Can Hack Into Your Wi-Fi Network From Up To 8 Miles Away

NSA Can Hack Into Your Wi-Fi Network From Up To 8 Miles Away

It was recently reported that NSA has specific units of elite hackers, tasked with hacking into all kinds of hardware and networks. Further details on the subject reveal that these NSA hackers can hijack a Wi-Fi network, even while they are miles away.

By On January 2, 2014 Respond
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Official Facebook & Twitter Account Of Skype Got Hacked By Syrian Electronic Army

Official Facebook & Twitter Account Of Skype Got Hacked By Syrian Electronic Army

The Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) has decided to celebrate the new year with a solid dose of hacking. The pro-Assad group recently gained control of Skype’s social media accounts, demanding an end to online spying.

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Internet Founders Cite Their Opposition To NSA’s Digital Surveillance

Internet Founders Cite Their Opposition To NSA’s Digital Surveillance

Snowden documents have laid bare countless unconstitutional and illegal surveillance practices by NSA, triggering a global debate on digital privacy. Founders of the internet, Vinton Cerf and Robert Kahn, share their view about the whole episode.

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Google May Soon Abandon Schemer Goal Sharing Service

Google May Soon Abandon Schemer Goal Sharing Service

Nearly two years ago, Google launched ‘Schemer’, an online service which allowed users to share their goals in a neat manner and discuss them online. Now, a leaked internal memo suggests that Google plans to quit the service.

By On January 1, 2014 Respond
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Hacker Leaks Info Of 4.6 Million Snapchat Users Online

Hacker Leaks Info Of 4.6 Million Snapchat Users Online

Recently, security researchers were able to reveal a critical flaw in Snapchat, which allowed a hacker to match Snapchat usernames against actual passwords. Now, a detailed database of 4.6 million Snapchat usernames and phone numbers has been posted online.

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NSA Has Complete Access To iPhone Communications

NSA Has Complete Access To iPhone Communications

After reporting NSA can intercept shipments and bug machines with spyware, yesterday an anonymous blogger leaked details of an NSA catalogue, containing backdoor techniques for different hardware tools. The catalogue reveals that the agency can easily access all communications made through an iOS device.

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Hackers Invent Clever Methods To Use Stolen Target Cards

Hackers Invent Clever Methods To Use Stolen Target Cards

The hacking of nearly 40 million credit and debit cards of Target customers recently was among the largest heists in the entire year. Now, it has transpired that the hackers who stole the information are trying to put these cards to use.

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71% Of US Online Adults Use Facebook, Other Social Networks Lag Behind

71% Of US Online Adults Use Facebook, Other Social Networks Lag Behind

Social networks have come to be a critically important part of our online lives. A Pew study now suggests that Facebook is the overwhelmingly popular social network among online adults in the U.S., with 71% of them using the service.

By On December 31, 2013 Respond
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Steve Jobs’ Biographer Uses Online Crowdsourcing To Edit A Follow-Up Book

Steve Jobs’ Biographer Uses Online Crowdsourcing To Edit A Follow-Up Book

When Walter Isaacson penned down Steve Jobs’ biography, many contested portions of the book citing factual inaccuracies. Apparently to remedy this, Isaacson has launched an online crowdsourcing effort to edit his next book.

By On December 30, 2013 Respond
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