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This Malware Can Delete and Replace Your Entire Chrome Browser with a lookalike

Security researchers have uncovered a new piece of Adware that replaces your entire browser with a dangerous copy of Google Chrome, in a way that you will not notice any difference while browsing. The new adware software, dubbed “eFast Browser,” works by installing and running itself in place of Google …

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Every Call You Make or Text You Send, They’ll Be Tracking From Today

From today, every phone call you make, every text message you send and every email you write will compulsorily be tracked by the government agencies under a new metadata retention scheme. Yes, you heard right. If you are a citizen of Australia with a mobile phone and an Internet connection, …

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How Some Chinese Hackers Started Making Big Money

We know that Hackers hack for a variety of reasons: …some hack to test their skills, …some hack to gain recognition, …some hack to make money, …some hack to support their Nation-State strategy, …and, some hack alone, and some hack in Groups. And Chinese Hackers are the ones who are …

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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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Apple Kicks Out some Malicious Ad-Blocker Apps from its Online Store

Apple has removed several apps from its official iOS App Store that have the ability to compromise encrypted connections between the servers and the end-users. Apple has officially said: We have removed a “few” apps from the iOS App Store that could install root certificates and allow monitoring your data. …

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Critical Netgear Router Exploit allows anyone to Hack You Remotely

Yes, NETGEAR Routers have once again become a victim of DNS Monitoring, potentially affecting 11,000 Devices. This week, we reported about a Vigilante Hacker, who protected users by installing malware on their Wi-Fi routers, forcing them to use a secure password. Now within few days, a security researcher has discovered …

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WordPress Security: Brute Force Amplification Attack Targeting Thousand of Blogs

Most of the times, we have reported about WordPress vulnerabilities involving vulnerable plugins, but this time security researchers have discovered Brute Force Amplification attacks on the most popular CMS (content management system) platform. Researchers from security firm Sucuri have found a way to perform Brute Force amplification attacks against WordPress’ …

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