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Facebook is Going to make all your Private Photos Public Tomorrow — It's a Hoax!

Don't believe everything you read on Facebook. Despite so many awareness about Facebook hoaxes, online users fall for them and make them viral. One such viral post is circulating on Facebook that suggests everything that you have ever posted on the social media platform will become public tomorrow. Don't worry — it's a hoax. Yes, it's still a hoax. The latest Facebook …

Datum: 18. 10. 2016

VeraCrypt Audit Reveals Critical Security Flaws — Update Now

After TrueCrypt mysteriously discontinued its service, VeraCrypt became the most popular open source disk encryption software used by activists, journalists, as well as privacy conscious people. First of all, there is no such thing as a perfect, bug-free software. Even the most rigorously tested software, like the ones that operate SCADA Systems, medical devices, and aviation software, have …

Datum: 18. 10. 2016

VeraCrypt Audit Reveals Critical Security Flaws — Update Now

After TrueCrypt mysteriously discontinued its service, VeraCrypt became the most popular open source disk encryption software used by activists, journalists, as well as privacy conscious people. First of all, there is no such thing as a perfect, bug-free software. Even the most rigorously tested software, like the ones that operate SCADA Systems, medical devices, and aviation software, have …

Datum: 18. 10. 2016

WikiLeaks Confirms Ecuador Cut Julian Assange's Internet Access After Clinton Leak

Early Monday, Whistleblowing site WikiLeaks tweeted that the internet connection of its co-founder, Julian Assange, was intentionally cut down, for which it blamed an unidentified "state party." But most surprisingly, it was Ecuador who was behind the act. WikiLeaks has confirmed that its founder Julian Assange's Internet access was cut down in its London embassy by the government of Ecuador …

Datum: 18. 10. 2016

WikiLeaks Confirms Ecuador Cut Julian Assange's Internet Access After Clinton Leak

Early Monday, Whistleblowing site WikiLeaks tweeted that the internet connection of its co-founder, Julian Assange, was intentionally cut down, for which it blamed an unidentified "state party." But most surprisingly, it was Ecuador who was behind the act. WikiLeaks has confirmed that its founder Julian Assange's Internet access was cut down in its London embassy by the government of Ecuador …

Datum: 18. 10. 2016

Julian Assange is not Dead, but his Internet Connection is Cut by 'State Party'

Don't worry — Julian Assange is alive and kicking! But his Internet connection is dead. Earlier today, Wikileaks tweeted that its co-founder, Julian Assange, had his internet connection intentionally cut by an unidentified "state party." The non-profit organization said it had "activated appropriate contingency plans," giving no further explanation. The tweet came after Wikileaks posted a …

Datum: 17. 10. 2016

Julian Assange is not Dead, but his Internet Connection is Cut by 'State Party'

Don't worry — Julian Assange is alive and kicking! But his Internet connection is dead. Earlier today, Wikileaks tweeted that its co-founder, Julian Assange, had his internet connection intentionally cut by an unidentified "state party." The non-profit organization said it had "activated appropriate contingency plans," giving no further explanation. The tweet came after Wikileaks posted a …

Datum: 17. 10. 2016

33M accounts hacked of Evony data breach

A data breach database website, Leaked Source has listed publicly available data for users involved in the website breach of…

Datum: 17. 10. 2016

Scammers targeting students in spreading Ascesso Malware

Yes, it’s quite easy to target students. Especially when it comes to waving off a student loan. Recently a group…

Datum: 17. 10. 2016

Crack for Charity — GCHQ launches 'Puzzle Book' Challenge for Cryptographers

The UK's Signals Intelligence and Cyber Security agency GCHQ has launched its first ever puzzle book, challenging researchers and cryptographers to crack codes for charity. Dubbed "The GCHQ Puzzle Book," the book features more than 140 pages of codes, puzzles, and challenges created by expert code breakers at the British intelligence agency. Ranging from easy to complex, the …

Datum: 15. 10. 2016

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