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Have you ever wondered how much your identity would cost to someone else on the internet? Cybercriminals across the world are sellingdigital identities of people, and to the surprise, it doesn’t...  Read More

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Now Buy a Digital Identity at Just $50

Have you ever wondered how much your identity would cost to someone else on the internet? Cybercriminals across the world are sellingdigital identities of people, and to the surpri...   Read More

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Apple's New MacBook Is Now Equipped With the T2 Security

When it comes to launching new products, Apple never fails to surprise its users. Recently at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York, Apple has introduced an all-new feature for...   Read More

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Author of the Nasty ‘LuminosityLink’ Pleads Guilty

A 21-year-old Kentucky boy, Colton Grubbs a.k.a KFC Watermelon has been pleaded guilty to authoring and distributing the infamous LuminosityLink RAT (Remote Access Trojan) and has ...   Read More

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Twitter assures that the bug was not a security threat

Twitter users were horrified as they were hit with a strange bug today. They received a string of alphanumeric characters instead of normal tweet notifications. This issue only aff...   Read More

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New iPhone Password Bypass Bug Let Anyone Access to Private Photos

Recently, a Spanish amateur security researcher, Jose Rodriguez discovered a nasty bug in Apple's iOS 12 that lets anyone bypass iPhone’s passcode and gives physical access t...   Read More

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Malicious Message Crashing Sony PlayStation 4’s Consoles

Previously, we have heard about a certain message or strange character wreaking havoc and causing unstable behavior on Apple’s iPhones, and now quite a similar issue has...   Read More

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Hacker Calling: WhatsApp Vulnerability Let Hackers Pwn Your Phone Just By a Video Call

Imagine you receive a video call on WhatsApp and your phone gets hacked and all your data gets stolen. Scary! Isn’t? This might sound like a movie scene, but there is someth...   Read More

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Super Patch Tuesday: Microsoft and Adobe Releases Security Patches

Patch Tuesday is an unofficial term used by software companies when they release security patches for their products. And this week on Tuesday, two of the big players of technology...   Read More

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Google Shutting Down Google+ After 500,000 Users' Data Got Leaked

After a massive data breach that exposed users’ data of hundreds and thousands of Google+ users’, the search giant, Google is going to shut down Google+. The company di...   Read More

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Irish Silk Board Admin Pleads Guilty To Narcotics Charges

The admin of one the largest dark web marketplaces, Gary Davis pleaded guilty over drug trafficking charges on Friday by US District Judge Jesse Furman. The Irish man is going to f...   Read More


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