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19-Year-Old Teen Steals $150,000 by Hacking into Airline’s Website

What do you do to earn up to $150,000? Somebody just hacks into airlines and sells fake tickets. That’s exactly what a 19-year-old teenager did and made approximately 1.1 Million Yuan (£110,000 or $150,000) by hacking into the official website of an airline and using the stolen booking information to …

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Hackers Plan to Ruin Christmas Eve for Millions of PlayStation and Xbox Live Gamers

Remember the notorious hacker group Lizard Squad that spoiled last Christmas holidays of many game lovers by knocking the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live offline with apparent Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks? But, Will you be able to Play Xbox and PlayStation Game this Christmas? Probably Not. Because a …

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N3XT — Advanced CHIP that Could Make Your Computer 1000 Times Faster

Researchers have come up with an all new way to revolutionize the standard computer chip that comes inbuilt in all our electronics. Researchers from Carnegie Mellon, Stanford, and the University of California, Berkeley among others, have invented a new material that could replace the ‘silicon’ in conventional chips – built …

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13 Million MacKeeper Users Hacked — 21 GB of Data Exposed

MacKeeper anti-virus company is making headlines today for its lax security that exposed the database of 13 Million Mac users’ records including names, email addresses, usernames, password hashes, IP addresses, phone numbers, and system information. MacKeeper is a suite of software that claims to make Apple Macs more secure and …

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The Tor Gets Its New Executive Director And You Know Her

The Tor Project after unsuccessfully gone through from France criticism now planning to branch out its own way which will be separate from Government source, Now the former Electronic Frontier Foundation executive director will lead the Tor Project, a tool which lack of information being anonymous which regularly in the …

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Hacker Confirms PlayStation 4 Jailbreak! Exploit Could Open Doors for Pirated Games

Sony’s PlayStation 4 – the hottest-selling gaming console in the United States – has been in the market for a while now, and since its release, hackers have been tinkering with it to find a way to run unauthorized software. Though breaking the protection on PlayStation 4 is a huge …

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Anonymous Declares War On Donald Trump — #OpTrump

After targeting the Islamic State (ISIS) group in the wake of Deadly terror attacks in Paris, hacktivist group Anonymous has now turned its attention to controversial US presidential candidate Donald Trump. The hacktivist group has declared war against Donald Trump following his recent radical speech stating he wanted to ban …

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Hacker-Friendly Search Engine that Lists Every Internet-Connected Device

Meet an all-new Hacker’s Search Engine similar to Shodan – Censys. At the end of last month, security researchers from SEC Consult found that the lazy manufacturers of home routers and Internet of Things (IoT) devices have been re-using the same set of hard-coded cryptographic keys, leaving around 3 millions …

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France will not Ban Public Wi-Fi Or Tor Network, Prime Minister Valls Confirms

Despite the French Ministry of Interior’s demands, France will not ban the TOR anonymity network or Free public Wi-Fi as a way to help the law enforcement fight terrorism. French Prime Minister Manual Valls has gone on record saying that a ban on Free public Wi-Fi is “not a course …

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FBI Director Asks Tech Companies to At least Don’t Offer End-to-End Encryption

FBI declared War against Encryption. Encryption is defeating government intelligence agencies to detect terrorist activities and after the recent ISIS-linked terror attacks in Paris and California, the issue has once again become a political target in Washington….and meanwhile, Kazakhstan plans to make it Mandatory for its Citizens to Install Internet …

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