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  • How to Hack WiFi Password Easily Using New Attack On WPA/WPA2

    Looking for how to hack WiFi password OR WiFi hacking software? Well, a security researcher has revealed a new WiFi hacking technique that makes it easier for hackers to crack WiFi passwords of most modern routers. Discovered by the lead developer of the popular password-cracking tool Hashcat, Jens ‘Atom’ Steube, the new WiFi hack works explicitly […]

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  • SUSE Linux Has Been Sold For $2.5 Billion

    SUSE, the open source software company owned by British firm Micro Focus International, has been sold to a Swedish private equity firm. Yes, SUSE Linux and its associated software business has finally been acquired by EQT Partners for $2.535 billion, lifting its shares 6 percent. SUSE is one of the oldest open source companies and […]

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  • Android Gets New Anti-Spoofing Feature to Make Biometric Authentication Secure

    Google just announced its plan to introduce a new anti-spoofing feature for its Android operating system that makes its biometric authentication mechanisms more secure than ever. Biometric authentications, like the fingerprint, IRIS, or face recognition technologies, smoothen the process of unlocking devices and applications by making it notably faster and secure. Although biometric systems also […]

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  • Looking for a smaller and faster Laser Printer – Canon LBP214dw

    We recently had the opportunity to take a close look at one of Canon’s new business laser printer models and we were a bit impressed. It was quiet, fast and simple to setup. Here are the details we learned about this printer. The imageCLASS LBP214dw printer comes with a 2.0 USB port, Wireless 802.11 B/G/N […]

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  • 5 Powerful Botnets Found Exploiting Unpatched GPON Router Flaws

    Well, that did not take long. Within just 10 days of the disclosure of two critical vulnerabilities in GPON router at least 5 botnet families have been found exploiting the flaws to build an army of million devices. Security researchers from Chinese-based cybersecurity firm Qihoo 360 Netlab have spotted 5 botnet families, including Mettle, Muhstik, […]

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  • City of Atlanta data compromised in Ransomware attack

    Atlanta’s new Mayor Keisha Bottoms said on Monday that the city is making progress with the effects of a ransomware attack that occurred the previous week. All data that was effected has not yet been restored from backups. Currently we have learned that the following departments are experiencing an impact from last Thursday’s attack, Atlanta […]

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  • Pre-Installed Malware Found On 5 Million Popular Android Phones

    Security researchers have discovered a massive continuously growing malware campaign that has already infected nearly 5 million mobile devices worldwide. Dubbed RottenSys, the malware that disguised as a ‘System Wi-Fi service’ app came pre-installed on millions of brand new smartphones manufactured by Honor, Huawei, Xiaomi, OPPO, Vivo, Samsung and GIONEE—added somewhere along the supply chain. […]

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  • Trojanized BitTorrent Software Update Hijacked 400,000 PCs Last Week

    A massive malware outbreak that last week infected nearly half a million computers with cryptocurrency mining malware in just a few hours was caused by a backdoored version of popular BitTorrent client called MediaGet.Dubbed Dofoil (also known as Smok…

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  • CredSSP Flaw in Remote Desktop Protocol Affects All Versions of Windows

    A critical vulnerability has been discovered in Credential Security Support Provider protocol (CredSSP) that affects all versions of Windows to date and could allow remote attackers to exploit RDP and WinRM to steal data and run malicious code. CredSSP protocol has been designed to be used by RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) and Windows Remote Management […]

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