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Someone Just Tried to Take Down Internet’s Backbone with 5 Million Queries/Sec

Someone just DDoSed one of the most critical organs of the Internet anatomy – The Internet’s DNS Root Servers. Early last week, a flood of as many as 5 Million queries per second hit many of the Internet’s DNS (Domain Name System) Root Servers that act as the authoritative reference …

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Police Raid alleged Bitcoin Creator Craig Wright’s Home in Sydney

Just hours after the Australian man ‘Craig Steven Wright‘ outed as the possible real identity of Satoshi Nakamoto, the anonymous creator of Bitcoin, Australian Police raided his home in Sydney. Over 10 police officers raided Wright’s home in the Sydney suburbs on Wednesday afternoon. They forcefully opened the door, and …

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Bitcoin Creator ‘Satoshi Nakamoto’ Unmasked! An Australian Man ‘Craig Wright’ identified…

Yes, Satoshi Nakamoto, the mysterious creator of the Bitcoin digital cryptocurrency has possibly been identified as an Australian entrepreneur, according to investigations independently done by Wired and Gizmodo. His name is Craig Steven Wright… …at least based on some convincing evidence shown by both the publications. Bitcoin is a revolutionary …

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Like it or not, Microsoft Plans to Push Windows 10 Upgrade more Aggressively

This is no surprise that Microsoft wants you to install Windows 10. But, Hey Microsoft, Not everyone wants to upgrade to Windows 10. Many people are happy with Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 OS and don’t want to switch to the newest Windows 10 operating system. Days after the launch …

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Nemesis Bootkit — A New Stealthy Payment Card Malware

Another day, another stunning Malware – this time targeting banks, payment card processors, and other financial services. Security researchers have uncovered a sophisticated payment card malware that executes before the operating system boots, making the malware very difficult to detect and much less remove. The malware in question is part …

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Save the Date — 11th December: Anonymous to Celebrate ‘ISIS Trolling Day’

After hacking and taking down social media accounts of ISIS members, the online Hacktivist group Anonymous is back again with its new plan to harass the Islamic State (IS) militant group that was behind the horrific terror attack in Paris. Now, the hacktivist group has declared December 11th to be …

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Chakra JavaScript Engine: Microsoft Open-Sources the Heart of Edge browser

Microsoft has announced the plans to open source the core components of its “Chakra” – the JavaScript engine behind the new Edge browser – to GitHub code-sharing and collaboration repository next month. The company made this announcement at the JSConf US Last Call conference in Florida this weekend. What is …

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France wants to BAN Tor and Free Wi-Fi Services after Paris Terror Attacks

Now this was to be done, Sooner or Later – The Government. In the wake of the recent deadly Paris terror attacks, the French government is considering new laws that would Ban access to Free Wi-Fi and the Tor anonymity network, according to a recent report by French newspaper Le …

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Samsung Agree to Pay $548 Million to Apple For Copying iPhone Design

Finally Samsung agrees to pay $548 million to Apple for copying (Stealing) iPhone design and concept after Apple won the infringement suit against iPhone-Galaxy patent controversy on 3rd December. The US-based Apple company knocked the back door of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California to sued Samsung …

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Serious, Yet Patched Flaw Exposes 6.1 Million IoT, Mobile Devices to Remote Code Execution

As much as you protect your electronics from being hacked, hackers are clever enough at finding new ways to get into your devices. But, you would hope that once a flaw discovered it would at least be fixed in few days or weeks, but that’s not always the case. A …

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