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Meet The World’s First Person Who Hacked His Body to Implant a Bitcoin Payment CHIP

Hackers are now going crazy and trying new ways in Biohacking. Until now, we have seen a hacker who implanted a small NFC chip in his hand in order to hack Android smartphones and bypass almost all security measures. However, now the level of craziness has gone to a whole …

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It’s Now Legal to Jailbreak Smart TV, Smartphone Or Tablet

EFF has participated in the rulemaking procedure held by the United States copyright office (DMCA) earlier also, and this time they have got a bag full of success. As… …Library of Congress has not only allowed the consumers to repair and modify their Car’s Software, but also exempted restrictions from: …

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This Guy Builds A Thor-Like Hammer that Only He Can Pick Up

If you have watched the most recent Avengers movie, then you would be aware of a scene where all the superheroes Iron Man, War Machine, Hawkeye, and Captain America take turns to lift Thor’s hammer but fail. Someone has an explanation, Why? Inspired by Thor’s legendary hammer Mjolnir that is …

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USB Killer v2.0 — Latest USB Device that Can Easily Burn Your Computer

In March, a Russian security researcher devised a weird USB stick that is capable of destroying sensitive components of a computer when plugged-in. Now, the same researcher, nicknamed Dark Purple, has launched a new version of his computer-frying USB Killer pendrive – USB Killer version 2.0. USB Killer 2.0 is …

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Google OnHub Router actually Runs on Chrome OS; Here’s How to Root it

Are you intrigued with the idea of disassembling things and making them work your ways? Then you’ll find this coverage to be one of its kind! Google OnHub Router runs ChromiumOS (Chrome OS), the same Linux-based operating system that powers Google Chromebook laptops and desktops. Yeah, It’s True. A Group …

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British Intelligence Agency Can Hack Any Smartphone With Just a Text Message

Former NSA contractor and global surveillance whistleblower Edward Snowden told the BBC investigative programme Panorama Monday night that the British intelligence agency GCHQ has powers to hack any smartphones without their owners’ knowledge. You heard right. The spying agencies have special tools that let them take over your smartphones with just a text message, …

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How A Drone Can Infiltrate Your Network by Hovering Outside the Building

Imagine you are sitting in your office and working on something confidential. Once you are done, you send a command to print that document.But, What if… …the whole confidential document send to a hacker attacking from the air? Sounds pity but may be your Boss fires you immediately if that …

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Incredible! Someone Just Hacked 10,000 Routers to Make them More Secure

Has anyone ever heard about a “Vigilante-style Hacker,” who hacks every possible system to make them more Secure? No. It’s not funny, neither a movie story: Reportedly, someone is hacking thousands unprotected Wi-Fi routers everywhere and apparently forcing owners to make them more Secure. Security firm Symantec has discovered a new malware, …

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Rugged Bluetooth Headphones Can Get Pricey, Pick Up the QCY QY8 for Under $16 – This Weekend Only

  The QCY QY8 Mini Bluetooth 4.1 Headphones may not be the most expensive model around, but they will definitely get things done at the gym (or any sweaty activity), all for $15.99 with coupon code: SFRUHNMD, this weekend only, originally $49.99. The latest Bluetooth technology makes it easy and fast to pair …

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Chip-and-PIN Credit Cards and The Deadline: Here’s What You need To Know

October 1 Liability shift ENDS! Today, 1st October 2015, is the deadline for US-based Banks and Retailers to roll out Chip-embedded Credit Cards (powered by EVM Technology) to customers that will make transactions more secure. Starting Thursday, Merchants must have new Payment Terminals installed to accept Chip Cards in their stores …

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