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Hackers Attacked the Winter Olympics and Tired To Disrupt the Opening Ceremony

While everything appeared to have gone without a speck of problem in the opening ceremony of Winter Olympics at PyeongChang, this was far from the truth. Organisers of the PyeongChang games admi...  Read More

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Trackmageddon Affecting Hundreds of GPS Location Tracking Services

Recently, two information security researchers, Vangelis Stykas and Michael Gruhn have discovered series of faults with numerous vulnerable GPS services using open APIs and trivial...   Read More

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Forever 21 confirms data breach revealed customers’ card details

It seems Equifax is not the only company that witnessed a data breach exposing sensitive customer details in 2017. Data breach first witnessed in November 2017, the popular clothin...   Read More

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Lizard Squad Founder Faces 30- Month Prison Sentence

Have you ever wondered how old an online hacker would be? Well, one of the most notorious online hackers, Zachary Buchta is just 20-years-old. And he's no ordinary hacker...   Read More

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Kaspersky Has Discovered a Monstrous Malware Which Can Potentially Destroy Your Phone

Kaspersky Lab, the Russian based cyber security company, announced that the company’s cybersecurity experts have discovered an Android malware, which has the power to mine cr...   Read More

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The US says North Korea is the culprit behind the massive WannaCry ransomware attack

We all know about the nasty ransomware attack, WannaCry that took down hospitals, banks, and companies worldwide earlier this year. And the US has declared Kim Jung-un government a...   Read More

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Kaspersky Lab sues US government to rescind the ban from its software products

Kaspersky Lab, the Russian cyber security firm, has filed a lawsuit against the U.S. government to push back against the ban on its anti-virus products. The ban has brought about a...   Read More

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Digital security solutions provider Gemalto agrees to a €4.8 billion acquisition offer from Thales

The French aerospace and defense group Thales has acquired Gemalto in a deal worth around €4.8 billion making an offer of €51 per share. Last week, Gemalto rejected a &eu...   Read More

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When a Coffeehouse Is a Perfect Place to Mine Cryptocurrency: Starbucks’ Wifi Hijacked People's Laptops

Seattle-based coffeehouse chain, Starbucks has recently witnessed an unethical cyber activity. The wifi service of one of the Starbucks’ outlets in Buenos Aires got surreptit...   Read More

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Michigan hacker pleaded guilty for hacking jail computer network to get friend released early

“A friend in need is a friend indeed” turned out to be a nightmare for a Michigan man. Konrads Voits from Ann Arbor, Michigan did something really crazy that only a tru...   Read More

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Cyber Security Threat Is Much Bigger Than One Can Apprehend

A couple of decades ago, the guy with the biggest gun was to be feared and biggest guys where the superpowers or nations with great weapons program. But this is far from reality no...   Read More


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