Flaw Lets Hackers Break WiFi Router’s Security With One Guess

Flaw Lets Hackers Break WiFi Router’s Security With One Guess

When hackers don’t know your WiFi router’s password, but want to crack/hack it, then they have no option except for entering some random passwords with guesses. It’s quite a bit tough to guess the password, but now researchers are saying that flaw lets hackers break WiFi router’s security with just only one guess!

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The 4 Keys Reasons Your Life & Business Aren’t Hacker-Proof & How to Fix It

The 4 Keys Reasons Your Life & Business Aren’t Hacker-Proof & How to Fix It

Internet security continues to be a global issue and as more aspects of our daily lives are being integrated into the concept of the “internet of things” through phones, refrigerators, light bulbs and a lot more, the problems are set to continue.

By On August 11, 2014 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Protect Your ATM Card

[Tutorial] How To Protect Your ATM Card

Hackers can get cash out of ATM machines using infected USBs. They can also steal credit card info using tiny cameras and ATM skimmers. As its is said, “prevention is better than cure,”, so lets see how one can protect his/her ATM card from being hacked.

By On August 4, 2014 Respond
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Hackers Took Control Over Israeli Army’s Twitter Account For A While

Hackers Took Control Over Israeli Army’s Twitter Account For A While

Earlier we have seen hackers breaching into many government sites and leaking many vital documents and information. However, lately it’s been reported that hackers took control over Israeli Army’s Twitter account for a while and posted some false messages.

By On July 5, 2014 Respond
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Read How A Hacker Nabbed $600,000+ In Two Months By Googling People’s Home Networks

Read How A Hacker Nabbed $600,000+ In Two Months By Googling People’s Home Networks

It is said that hacking is an art. Sometimes a hacker does something so brilliant that we can’t help but marvel at it. However, lately we’ve come to know that a hacker has nabbed $600,000+ in two months just by Googling people’s home networks!

By On June 19, 2014 Respond
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Russian Hackers Behind Ransomware For Apple Devices Arrested

Russian Hackers Behind Ransomware For Apple Devices Arrested

Ransomware is a malicious piece of software which locks access to a device, seeking a certain amount of ransom in order to unlock it. Russians authorities have now arrested two hackers who have been behind numerous ransomware attacks targeted at Apple devices.

By On June 11, 2014 Respond
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Hacker Locks Down Apple Devices Remotely And Demands Ransom

Hacker Locks Down Apple Devices Remotely And Demands Ransom

Typically, hackers install ransomware on a targeted machine with the help of a malware. But some Australian users have found that a hacker has used the ‘Find My iPhone’ feature to lock down their iPhone, iPad devices and Mac machines all at once.

By On May 27, 2014 Respond
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WooThemes Issues Warning To Customers Over Security Breach

WooThemes Issues Warning To Customers Over Security Breach

Over the past few days, WooThemes has been looking into its servers investigating a possible breach of credit card data. Recent updates from the company show that a number of user accounts had indeed been compromised and their credit cards might have misused.

By On May 10, 2014 Respond
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Teenager Arrested For Changing Grades By Hacking School Computers

Teenager Arrested For Changing Grades By Hacking School Computers

Hacking is done for a whole lot of reasons, but rarely do we see a hacker breaking into school computers simply to change grades. This was precisely the charge brought up against an 18-year-old Miami University student who was arrested.

By On May 7, 2014 Respond
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FBI Strikes Vengefully, Anonymous Hacker May Get 440 Years In Jail

FBI Strikes Vengefully, Anonymous Hacker May Get 440 Years In Jail

It has been repeatedly highlighted since the tragic death of Aaron Swartz that the current anti-hacking laws in U.S. are awfully overreaching. This is manifest yet again in the example of a hacker who stands to get up to 440 years in jail for cyberstalking.

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Hacker Takes Over Baby Monitor, Shouts At The Baby

Hacker Takes Over Baby Monitor, Shouts At The Baby

Typically, hackers are lucid individuals with definite goals in their minds. But there are some hackers who screw with others’ lives for the sheer fun of it. Such a hacker recently took over a baby monitor in Ohio and started shouting at the baby.

By On April 30, 2014 Respond
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Canada Arrested The First Heartbleed Hacker

Canada Arrested The First Heartbleed Hacker

Yesterday, Royal Canadian Mounted Police announced that they had arrested a 19-year-old Ontario man for allegedly taking advantage of the Heartbleed bug to steal tax information from a government website.

By On April 17, 2014 Respond
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Ukrainian Hackers Take Down NATO Websites

Ukrainian Hackers Take Down NATO Websites

Cyber Berkut, a group of hacktivists based in Ukraine, has claimed responsibility for taking down several NATO sites recently. The group apparently did this as a retaliation to NATO’s intents of bringing Ukraine into its fold.

By On March 17, 2014 Respond
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KickStarter Breached, Customer Data Stolen By Hackers

KickStarter Breached, Customer Data Stolen By Hackers

It has become somewhat of a routine to come across at least one high-profile hacking incident every month or so. This time it’s KickStarter which was recently breached by hackers who were then able to steal the data of an unknown number of customers.

By On February 16, 2014 Respond
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Hackers Leak Credentials For Thousands Of FTP Sites

Hackers Leak Credentials For Thousands Of FTP Sites

Hackers have somehow laid their hands on the FTP credentials of thousands of websites, which include New York Times. These credentials are now being circulated in underground hacking forums.

By On February 15, 2014 Respond
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