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It's Fappening Again! Private Photos of Emma Watson and Others Leaked Online

Are you clicking nude selfies? That is fine and not any criminal act, but this act can land you in trouble — here's how! Almost three years after a wave of private photographs of celebrities leaked online, "The Fappening 2.0" appears to be underway with the circulation of alleged naked pictures of female celebrities, including Emma Watson and Amanda Seyfried on Reddit and 4chan. Back in 2014, …

Datum: 16. 3. 2017

US Charges Two Russian Spies & Two Hackers For Hacking 500 Million Yahoo Accounts

The 2014 Yahoo hack disclosed late last year that compromised over 500 million Yahoo user accounts was believed to be carried out by a state-sponsored hacking group. Now, two Russian intelligence officers and two criminal hackers have been charged by the US government in connection with the 2014 Yahoo hack that compromised about 500 million Yahoo user accounts, the Department of Justice …

Datum: 15. 3. 2017

How One Photo Could Have Hacked Your WhatsApp and Telegram Accounts

Next time when someone sends you a photo of a cute cat or a hot chick on WhatsApp or Telegram then be careful before you click on the image to view — it might hack your account within seconds. A new security vulnerability has recently been patched by two popular end-to-end encrypted messaging services — WhatsApp and Telegram — that could have allowed hackers to completely take over user …

Datum: 15. 3. 2017

Hundreds of High-Profile Twitter Accounts Hacked through 3rd-Party App

In a large-scale Twitter hack, thousands of Twitter accounts from media outlets to celebrities, including the European Parliament, Forbes, BlockChain, Amnesty International, UNICEF, Nike Spain and numerous other individuals and organizations, were compromised early Wednesday. The compromised Twitter accounts is pushing a disturbing spam message written in Turkish comparing the Dutch to the Nazis …

Datum: 15. 3. 2017

Microsoft Finally Releases Security Patches For Publicly-Disclosed Critical Flaws

After last month's postponement, Microsoft's Patch Tuesday is back with a massive release of fixes that includes patches for security vulnerabilities in Windows and associated software disclosed and exploited since January's patch release. Meanwhile, Adobe has also pushed out security updates for its products, releasing patches for at least seven security vulnerabilities in its Flash Player …

Datum: 15. 3. 2017

Google Kicks Out Largest Android Adware Family From The Play Store

With the rise in the mobile market, Adware has become one of the most prevalent mobile threats in the world. Adware has traditionally been used to aggressively push ads like banners or pop-ups on mobile screens to make money. The troublesome part is that Adware is now becoming trojanized and more sophisticated, as it aggressively collects personal data from the mobile device it's installed on …

Datum: 14. 3. 2017

Scientists Store One Bit of Data on a Single Atom — Future of Data Storage

Imagine a pocket-sized hard drive capable of storing the entire list of 35 Million Songs? This isn't yet practical, but IBM has just taken a big step towards improving computing technology: IBM researchers just discovered a way to store data on a single atom. Data storage is undergoing dramatic evolution, recently researchers successfully stored digital data — an entire operating system, a …

Datum: 13. 3. 2017

Get 8-Course Online Hacking Training Package For Just $39

Due to recent highly publicized hacks and high-profile data breaches, ethical hackers are in huge demand and being hired by almost every industry to help them keep their networks protected. So, it comes as no surprise that ethical hackers, penetration testers, and information security analysts are one of the most well-paid employees in the IT workforce today. There's a growing number of jobs …

Datum: 11. 3. 2017

Beware! Pre-Installed Android Malware Found On 36 High-end Smartphones

Bought a brand new Android Smartphone? Do not expect it to be a clean slate. At least 36 high-end smartphone models belonging to popular manufacturing companies such as Samsung, LG, Xiaomi, Asus, Nexus, Oppo, and Lenovo, which are being distributed by two unidentified companies have been found pre-loaded with malware programs. These malware infected devices were identified after a Check …

Datum: 11. 3. 2017

7 Things That Happened After WikiLeaks Dumped The CIA Hacking Files

This week WikiLeaks published "Vault 7" — a roughly 8,761 documents and files claiming to detail surveillance tools and tactics of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). The leak outlined a broad range of flaws in smartphones and other devices that the agency uses to intercept communications and spy on its targets, making even China and Germany worried about the CIA's ability to hack all …

Datum: 10. 3. 2017

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