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Nude Photos of 100+ Celebrities hacked and leaked online

Last Sunday, someone from the hackers community did a stuff that is said to be a biggest impact on the celebrities’ personal life. One of the hacker leaked nude pics of the Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence online. Not just the Jennifer affected with this leak, if we take a look of the leak statement online by the hacker, then we came ...

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Anonymous calling strike tomorrow for #OpFerguson

Anonymous the worldwide hacktivist group calling everyone for a state-wide general strike for this Friday, 29 August. This strike is a tribute and for justice for a young boy named Michael Brown, who was died after shooting in Ferguson, Missouri. It was later disclosed by the Anonymous group of hackers, that in the shoot a policeman involved, but name was ...

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ICREACH: A Search Engine made by NSA, containing your Metadata

This is said to be a master plan behind the collection of personal documents by NSA and recording our every personal stuff, as it is revealed in latest revelation by Edward Snowden that a “Google-like” search engine built to share more than 850 billion records about phone calls, emails, cellphone locations, and internet chats, according to classified documents obtained by ...

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Bomb Inside the Plane: Hackers threatened a Flight through tweet

Today, the thing happened that is really enough more than a hack, as today a tweet just threatened all the authorities containing FBI and others. A plane carrying Sony Online Entertainment President John Smedley was forced today to divert and land ahead of schedule after a hacker group on twitter claim about to had explosives on board. That was the ...

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Traffic Lights systems are easy to hack than a website

Everywhere around us, we are covered with technologies and Signal Lights on roads also operated through the digital network and it is revealed and proved that Hacking Traffic lights is not a hard hack and even a college student able to hack the Traffic Lights. According to the researchers at the University of Michigan claimed to hacked the traffic light ...

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ALERT: Gmail and other important smartphone apps Hacked!

Gmail app for Android and other smartphones is like a tiny super security stuff, but this app has been hacked by the US security researchers easily and other most useful apps including Amazon also hacked. According to the researchers Gmail was too easy to hack and others were the hardest. Researchers tested their hack on Android smartphones and managed to ...

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Google Maps tracking your Every Move, check for your FootPrints

It is already being in question that Google is a controversial company after the NSA Spying threats, sometimes it was also said that Google has some secret relationship with NSA, but as the time passes, answers of these secret questions given by Google and through denying all the allegations. Now, Google again being questioning over the tracking the user footprints through ...

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology website hacked by Indian hacker

Recently an Indian hacker named Sahoo Indian messaged us about the hack of Subdomain of MIT – Massachusetts Institute of Technology website and after the message, he disappeared, we also sent an offline message to learn, why the website is the victim of his hacking skills Hacked and Defaced website reads: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) g0t 0wned!!! Shocked??? Indian Hacker ...

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Anonymous Released Alleged Name of Officer Who Killed Michael Brown

Again the world most affective Hacktivists group Anonymous comes in front to disclose the truth online. This all started when a Police Officer at shot and killed unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, after that the Hacktivists group threatened to publish the officer’s photo, followed by his address and “full documents”. After none of the person replied or reacted on ...

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