abc123: Change your Password!

abc123: Change your Password!

Every year, a list of the most common passwords is released by Los Gatos, California, company SplashData. Its most recent list compiled 2013’s most commonly used passwords, revealing that despite the numerous warnings, there are still people out there who have no clue when it comes to the basics of Internet security.

By On November 27, 2014 Respond
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FBI Takes Down 27 Websites Of Tor Network

FBI Takes Down 27 Websites Of Tor Network

This is not new that Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) often takes down websites that they want. The latest news is lately, FBI has found some of the hidden servers of TOR and hence, it has taken down 27 websites. Tor wants to know how FBI found it, but the agency is not revealing that.

By On November 26, 2014 Respond
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Researchers Found Present Wi-Fi Routers Come With Flaws And Reveal Password

Researchers Found Present Wi-Fi Routers Come With Flaws And Reveal Password

Wireless routers are an ideal target for cyber criminals. If the attackers gain control of a router, they can monitor, redirect, block or otherwise tamper with a wide range of online activities. Lately, researchers have found that most of the present Wi-Fi routers in the market come with various kinds of flaws that can reveal password!

By On August 12, 2014 Respond
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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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Google Ranking Websites With HTTPS Higher In Its Search Results

Google Ranking Websites With HTTPS Higher In Its Search Results

There are many websites that come with or without HTTPS (Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure). Lately, search giant Google has announced that it is giving HTTPS sites higher search rankings.

By On August 9, 2014 Respond
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Researchers Found Security Holes In LastPass’ Online Password Manager, But No Need To Panic

Researchers Found Security Holes In LastPass’ Online Password Manager, But No Need To Panic

LastPass is one of the free and most popular online password managers where people can store user name/ID and password of different web accounts. Lately it’s been reported that researchers have found security holes in LastPass online password manager.

By On July 14, 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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Be Careful! Security Flaw Discovered In Google’s Android Play Store

Be Careful! Security Flaw Discovered In Google’s Android Play Store

The Google Play Store is the centerpiece of most Android individuals’ digital globe. But lately researchers have revealed that they’ve discovered security flaw in Android Play Store and more importantly, this is affecting most of the Android apps.

By On June 21, 2014 Respond
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Lookout: All-in-one Security App Uses Camera To Take Picture of Thief

Lookout: All-in-one Security App Uses Camera To Take Picture of Thief

Lookout is mobile security app which can protect any iOS device or Android device from theft, contact data loss or any other threats that can be risk for your personal information. It can automatically take selfie of thief whoever stole your smartphone!

By On June 4, 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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NSA Knew About The Heartbleed Bug And Exploited It, Report Claims

NSA Knew About The Heartbleed Bug And Exploited It, Report Claims

Ever since Edward Snowden’s shocking revelations about NSA, the agency has been at the bitter end of criticisms related to digital security. Bloomberg has now claimed that NSA knew about the Heartbleed bug and exploited it for two years.

By On April 12, 2014 Respond
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Facebook Built ThreatData, A Framework For Web Security

Facebook Built ThreatData, A Framework For Web Security

Although having very high security, hackers have been found breaching into many systems. So, to protect itself from being hacked, Facebook has built a security-focused framework called ThreatData. It’ll help Facebook investigate, analyze and combat Internet threats.

By On March 28, 2014 Respond
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DDoS Attacks Are Growing In Size And Volume, Warns Security Firm

DDoS Attacks Are Growing In Size And Volume, Warns Security Firm

DDoS attacks are probably the most common tactic used by hackers to attack servers. It typically involves using multiple computers to attack a given server and try to choke its bandwidth. Over the years, the size and volume of these DDoS attacks is growing rather rapidly, a security firm has warned now.

By On October 22, 2013 Respond
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Long Passwords May Lead To DoS Attacks

Long Passwords May Lead To DoS Attacks

For long, security researchers have preached longer passwords because the odds of cracking them are less than shorter passwords. However, now it has been revealed that longer passwords come with the risk of possible DoS attacks, especially if no specific password length is maintained by the web service.

By On September 17, 2013 Respond
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Hackers Deface Google Palestine Site

Hackers Deface Google Palestine Site

Since Google’s localized versions normally garner the highest amounts of traffic, they are the primary targets of different hackers. The localized Palestinian site of Google was recently defaced by hackers who were apparently ‘trying’ to put out a political message.

By On August 27, 2013 Respond
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