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7 Million Dropbox users’ accounts credentials posted online

Hackers now-a-days targeting the users’ online accounts instead of credit or debit cards hack, don’t know why, but these hacks are being done on a large scale. Recently, Hackers posted nearly 7 Million dropbox users’ account credentials online, and this was claimed at that moment, but later various sources reported about the hack—IT is Real. After the news came out, ...

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Anonymous attacks Chinese government Websites N’ Data over Hong Kong Protests

Last Week, Anonymous hackers threatened the Chinese government to leak the data from the government websites and take them down, as Anonymous supports the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong. Now, Anonymous does the same thing as they said— Hundreds of phone numbers, names, IP addresses and email addresses from Chinese government websites have been leaked online by the Anonymous group ...

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90,000 Private Photos and 9,000 Videos of Snapchat users’ leaked online

Like the recent leaks of celebrities nude pics and some of the personal pics, Now, more than 90,000 Private Photos and 9,000 Videos Hacked from the Snapchat app. Snapchat is a photo messaging application, users can take photos, record videos, add text and drawings, and send them to a controlled list of recipients. These sent photographs and videos are known ...

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Flaw allows to Loot cash from ATMs without Cards

I reported about various ATM hacks, in which hackers use cloned or theft cards at the door and loot the cash easily, but this time hackers found something different, they actually now able to loot cash without any of the ATM Card. One of the security firm named Kaspersky Lab from Moscow reported about this new flaw of the ATM ...

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Google may be fined $100 Million for not removing celebrities nude images

Last month, a series of “The Fappening” is being released with its different versions, which contained nude images of some of the high profile actresses. The event, which media outlets and Internet users referred to under names such as “Celebgate” and “The Fappening”, was met with a varied reaction from the media and fellow celebrities. Actresses: including Jennifer Lawrence, Kate ...

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How To Choose A Barcode Scanner

How To Choose A Barcode Scanner The wrong choice could cost you… Having a barcode scanner that’s not working properly could cost you in the long run.  Incorrectly scanned barcodes can result in poor customer relations, long lines at checkout, frustrated staff, and legal sanctions. Consequently, many retailers are now implementing a variety of procedures that were developed to help ...

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Shellshock: A ‘Bash’ Bug which leaves almost every user on Internet vulnerable

This is a bug which is said to be very much bigger than the previous flaw called Heartbleed, which left all the secure SSL systems vulnerable, but this time a bug is found which able to compromise your system and then able to run commands or execute any malicious program onto your computer or device. This harmful bug dubbed as ...

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Anonymous Hackers to launch Cyber War against ISIS

After the brutality killing of people by ISIS, Worldwide Anonymous hackers group has come in front to stop this killing through the cyber attacks that are helping the ISIS group financially. The Islamic State (IS), also known as the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) or the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL). “We plan to ...

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Police spent $2.5 MILLION on hacking software to track phones and computers

This is not the old story that “NSA is spending lots of money on softwares that spying on the people,” and here is a latest example of this, when it was revealed by the documents leaked by WikiLeaks that Police has spent $2.5 MILLION on advanced spyware and hacking software to track phones and computers. WikiLeaks named The New South ...

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Biggest Data Breach exposed 56 million cards to hackers

I think, all of you knows about the Target Breach, which is said to be the biggest breach ever in the history. In Target breach, more than 40 million debit and credit cards were exposed to hackers, and NOW one more breach which is Biggest than the Target one has been done in Home Depot. Home Depot is an American ...

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