Sunday , September 24 2017

Top 10 Best Ways to Improve Your Wi-Fi Router’s Performance

      Do you find your premium internet service a little too slow? Don’t worry, with the below-mentioned steps, you can maximize your W-Fi router’s internet speed within no time:   1. Check your router’s firmware and update it: First ensure that your router is up to date, all …

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Critical OS X Flaw Grants Mac Keychain Access to Malware

Back in July, a security researcher disclosed a zero-day vulnerability in Mac OS X that allowed attackers to obtain unrestricted root user privileges with the help of code thateven fits in a tweet. The same vulnerability has now been upgraded to again infect Mac OS X machines even after Apple fixed the …

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26 Android Phone Models Shipped with Pre-Installed Spyware

Bought a brand new Android Smartphone? Don’t expect it to be a clean slate. A new report claims that some rogue retailers are selling brand-new Android smartphones loaded with pre-installed software. Security firm G Data has uncovered more than two dozens of Android smartphones from popular smartphone manufacturers — includingXiaomi, Huawei and Lenovo — …

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Top 10 Hacking Apps For Android for pentesters, hobbyists and researches

  Here’s a look at the Top 10 hacking apps for Android smartphones and tablets Linux is regarded as the best operating system for ethical hacking and penetration testing also called pentesting. There are various hacking apps available for Android, as it is a Linux based operating system. If you …

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Windows 10 Downgrade Possible Within 1 Month after Upgrading 7 and 8.1

  Microsoft has providing a free upgrade to genuine Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 within the first year of Windows 10 launch. So, let’s suppose you’ve decided to take the advantage of this free offer, and you upgrade your good-old OS to Windows 10 – and the worst thing happens- …

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Lizard Squad cyber-attackers disrupt National Crime Agency website

Cyber-attackers launch Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) violation on law enforcement agency in apparent revenge for previous arrests. Cyber-attackers have taken down the website of the National Crime Agency (NCA) in apparent revenge for arrests made last week. The NCA website was temporarily down on Tuesday morning, four days after …

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Six U.K. Teens Arrested for using Lizard Squad’s DDoS Tool

Six British teenagers arrested and released on bail on suspicion of launching cyber attacks on websites and services with the help of Lizard Squad DDoS attack tool, called Lizard Stresser. Lizard Squad is infamous for hacking and knocking down the largest online gaming networks – PlayStation Network and Xbox Live – last year by launching massive Distributed …

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Photos Leaked! Here’s Top Features Expected in Next iPhone Release

Only 9 days are left for Apple’s annual new iPhone launch event, where the company will bring its various new products but the obvious stars of the show will be the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus. The company has not officially announced the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus yet, but …

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Just Like Windows 10, Windows 7 and 8 Also Spy on You – Here’s How to Stop Them

Well, Windows 7 and Windows 8 OS users should also be worried as Windows 10 spying is now headed their way too… Microsoft has been caught installing latest updates onto Windows 7 and Windows 8 computers that effectively introduce the same data collecting and user behavior tracking features used in Windows …

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20 must-know keyboard shortcuts for Windows 10

Windows 10 has a bunch of new features that bring new keyboard shortcuts along with them. Here’s a list of the best keyboard shortcuts to know to make your time with Windows 10 more efficient. With Windows 10, Microsoft has added a ton of new keyboard shortcuts to give you …

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