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Bitcoiniacs Will Bring Bitcoin Kiosks To Canadian Cities

Bitcoiniacs Will Bring Bitcoin Kiosks To Canadian Cities

Purchasing Bitcoin currency in exchange for your actual money can be quite a hassle. However, it may be a lot easier for Canadians now that Bitcoiniacs is planning on bringing Bitcoin kiosks to 5 Canadian cities.

By On September 9, 2013 Respond
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Professor Uses Legos To Hack E-Book Security On Kindle

Professor Uses Legos To Hack E-Book Security On Kindle

Legos are not exactly known for a piece of tech equipment. But an associate professor at Vienna University of Technology has now used legos to hack the Kindle e-book security.

By On September 8, 2013 Respond
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Judge Refuses Feds Access To User Data From Google, Yahoo, Skype

Judge Refuses Feds Access To User Data From Google, Yahoo, Skype

In the recent past, we have seen how the judiciary has given NSA and other agencies a green signal at every illegal wiretapping stop. However, there is at least one judge who has now refused to grant the federal government access to the user data from Google, Yahoo, Skype and Verizon.

By On September 7, 2013 1 Response
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Snowden Leaks Reveal NSA’s Encryption-Bypassing Efforts

Snowden Leaks Reveal NSA’s Encryption-Bypassing Efforts

The revelations made through the documents leaked by Edward Snowden continue. A fresh batch of documents now shows that NSA has been working with IT companies, security research firms and other stakeholders in order to bypass and and all forms of encryption that are popularly used on the web.

By On September 7, 2013 Respond
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Facebook Forced To Delayed New Privacy Policy Changes

Facebook Forced To Delayed New Privacy Policy Changes

Facebook is on the verge of introducing a new privacy policy which will let the social network analyze the profile pictures of the users. However, several consumer rights groups have launched legal action against such an update, due to which Facebook has to delay the changes.

By On September 6, 2013 Respond
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Load Entire Videos In Buffer With ‘YouTube Center’ Add-On

Load Entire Videos In Buffer With ‘YouTube Center’ Add-On

In the past, YouTube would stream an entire video in the background if you paused it or waited for it to load. But since the implementation of a new protocol, the site no longer offers this feature. Given that this can lead to jittery video playbacks, you can now get your hands on a browser add-on called ‘YouTube Center.’

By On September 5, 2013 Respond
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Angry Customer Bashes British Airways Through Promoted Tweets

Angry Customer Bashes British Airways Through Promoted Tweets

In recent years, different corporations have utilized the social media to expand their customer base. Now, it would appear that a customer has reversed the stunt by purchasing Promoted Tweets to bash British Airways. The airline apparently lost his father’s luggage.

By On September 4, 2013 Respond
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Pentagon Was Improving Domain Security When SEA Struck Marines Site

Pentagon Was Improving Domain Security When SEA Struck Marines Site

Recently, Syrian Electronic Army made headlines yet again when it targeted the U.S. marines site and redirected its visitors to a web page of its own. It has now transpired that Pentagon was in the process of improving the security of its domains when this took place.

By On September 4, 2013 1 Response
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Syrian Electronic Army Hacks Site Of US Marines

Syrian Electronic Army Hacks Site Of US Marines

In the past, a number of successful cyber attacks have been blamed on Syrian Electronic Army (SEA), a group of pro-Assad hackers. With the US at the advent of entering the Syrian war, SEA has now hacked and defaced the site of US Marines, calling on the marines to disobey their orders if they are asked to attack Syria.

By On September 3, 2013 1 Response
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Trending Topics Box Spotted By Some Users On Facebook

Trending Topics Box Spotted By Some Users On Facebook

In the past, Facebook has followed closely in the footsteps of the micro-blogging site, Twitter. Facebook first launched the hashtags which have long been used on Twitter and now, the social network is apparently testing with the idea of launching trending topics box on Facebook profiles.

By On September 3, 2013 Respond
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Pinterest Becomes Inaccessible For Many Users

Pinterest Becomes Inaccessible For Many Users

Pinterest is one of the fastest-growing social networks which has a deep emphasis on visual presentation of content and is actively used by most brands. The social network recently became unavailable for many users, apparently due to a technical glitch.

By On September 2, 2013 Respond
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Facebook Vulnerability Allowed Hacker To Delete Any Photo

Facebook Vulnerability Allowed Hacker To Delete Any Photo

Facebook vulnerabilities are nothing new but they are always significant all the same. This time, an Indian security researcher has unearthed a critical vulnerability in the social network. By exploiting the vulnerability, any hacker could easily delete any Facebook image.

By On September 2, 2013 Respond
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Lockbox Ventures To Create An NSA-Proof Cloud Storage Service

Lockbox Ventures To Create An NSA-Proof Cloud Storage Service

Lockbox is a tech startup that was launched back in 2008. Since then, the company has been working on creating a highly secure cloud service of its own. With the recent $2.5 million seed funding it has received, the startup is all set to create a cloud service which will essentially be NSA-proof.

By On September 2, 2013 Respond
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Edward Snowden Leaked: NSA Spied On Al Jazeera To Gather Intelligence

Edward Snowden Leaked: NSA Spied On Al Jazeera To Gather Intelligence

Although the most explosive phase of Snowden leaks has passed, they continue to offer insight in many, varied operations of NSA. German paper, Der Spiegel, has now reported that according to another document obtained by Edward Snowden, NSA spied on the communications of Al Jazeera.

By On September 1, 2013 Respond
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Cisco Patches Critical Vulnerability That Could Compromise Windows Systems

Cisco Patches Critical Vulnerability That Could Compromise Windows Systems

Cisco, being one of the major players in the networking hardware arena, has to be very focused on the security of its devices. The company has recently patched a critical vulnerability which, if left unattended, allowed a hacker to gain control of a machine running Windows.

By On September 1, 2013 Respond
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