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A new ‘ransomware’ founded by researchers put in a currency miner on machines

The recent buzz regarding the virus that exploit the same vulnerability as the global “ransomware” attack has affected more than 200,000 computers and begun manufacturing digital currency,...  Read More

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WhatsApp and Telegram’s Security Flaw is Now Fixed

Popular messaging app WhatsApp and Telegram recently resolved the flaws in their admired instant messaging applications after thr security researchers illustrated that they could g...   Read More

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Google safe browsing brings new security blog for Mac users

Safe Browsing, a Google service announced security blog that’s going to board on March. This works on guidelines set by safe browsing, developers created security blog to pro...   Read More

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Microsoft calls for 'Digital Geneva Convention' to dissuade nation-state hacking

Tech giant ‘Microsoft’s’ President Brad Smith recently pushed the world's governments to build a worldwide body to protect civilians from state-sponsored hacking....   Read More

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Google set to ban all Torrent related search results

Ever since the chief person responsible for KickAss Torrent was arrested in Poland for copyright infringement, money laundering, and other charges, torrent sites have been heavily ...   Read More

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Fault in Intel’s old ‘Atom’ chip is capable of crashing servers

In a recent buzz it is been founded that, a flaw in an old Intel chip could crash servers and networking equipment, and the chipmaker is working to fix the issue. The chip whose sh...   Read More

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Intel's all new ‘Optane’ faces threat as Micron pursues future QuantX tech

American Multinational Corporation and technology company ‘Intel’ recently created buzz at CES with  a new class of memory and storage that will supercharge PCs an...   Read More

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Mozilla is shutting down the group behind Firefox OS

Mozilla is shutting down its “connected devices” group, which was responsible for the failed smartphone operating system Firefox OS and, more recently, attempts to buil...   Read More

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Facebook trying to do up password revival by displacing email

Forgot your password? If yes, then don’t worry as Facebook will help you recover your internet account. The social networking giant is releasing an open source protocol that ...   Read More

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Boeing is ready to show off its new space suit

Alan Shepard rocketed into space in 1961 wearing a shiny silver spacesuit, later it was Ed White who completed the first US spacewalk in a puffy white jumpsuit. In the space shuttl...   Read More

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Why your phone's pattern lock may not be safe

Most of us use various security measures on our devices, ranging from a simple 4-digit pin code to a complex-looking pattern. Assuming it to be the safest, most users prefer the pa...   Read More


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