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JPMorgan Hack — Three Men Charged in Biggest Bank Hack in History

The US government has charged hackers over the largest ever hacking case in financial history. The US Court of the Southern District of New York has charged three men accused of hacking into many financial institutions, including JPMorgan Chase that, according to the officials, was “the largest theft of user data …

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1-Click Way to Check If your Android Device is Vulnerable to Hacking

Vulnerabilities are common these days and when we talk about mobile security, this year has been somewhat of a trouble for Android users. Almost every week we come across a new hack affecting Android devices. One of the serious vulnerabilities is the Stagefright Security Bug, where all it needed to install …

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Linux Ransomware targeting Servers and Threatening Webmasters to Pay

Since past few years, Ransomware has emerged as one of the catastrophic malware programs that lets hacker encrypts all the contents of a victim’s hard drive or/and server and demands ransom (typically to be paid in Bitcoin) in exchange for a key to decrypt it. Until now cyber criminals were …

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What is Threat Intelligence and How It Helps to Identify Security Threats

Simply put, threat intelligence is knowledge that helps you identify security threats and make informed decisions. Threat intelligence can help you solve the following problems: How do I keep up to date on the overwhelming amount of information on security threats…including bad actors, methods, vulnerabilities, targets, etc.? How do I …

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9 Year Old Boy is a Cyber-expert, Ethical Hacker & CEO

Only 9 year old boy are simply venturing into the dreamland of Hogwarts and starting to relate to the Wimpy Kid, yet Reuben Paul has his eyes on the downpour — the green code downpour of The Matrix. The third-grader is as of now a proficient programmer, application engineer, cybersecurity …

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FBI Deputy Director’s Email Hacked by Teenager Who Hacked CIA Chief

The same group of teenage hackers that hacked the AOL email account of the CIA director John Brennan two weeks ago has now hacked into AOL email accounts of the FBI Deputy Director, Mark Giuliano and his wife. Yesterday, Cracka, a member of the teenage hacktivist group known as ‘Crackas …

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ProtonMail Paid Hackers $6000 Ransom in Bitcoin to Stop DDoS Attacks

The Geneva-based encrypted email service ProtonMail was forced to pay a Ransom of almost $6,000 to stop sustained Denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks that have knocked its service offline since Tuesday. ProtonMail – a full, end-to-end encrypted email service that launched last year – has been dealing with, what it called, the extremely …

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Anonymous Group Leaks Identities of 1000 KKK Members

The online hacktivist group Anonymous has followed through on its promise to disclose the identities of hundreds of Ku Klux Klanmembers. As promised, Anonymous posted a link to a Pastebin account with the names, aliases, Google Plus profiles, Facebook accounts and other identifying information of roughly 1,000 individuals the group …

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Researcher releases Free Hacking Tool that Can Steal all Your Secrets from Password Manager

Unless we are a human supercomputer, remembering a different password for every different site is not an easy task. But to solve this problem, there is a growing market of password managers and lockers, which remembers your password for every single account and simultaneously provides an extra layer of protection …

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