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Wall Street Journal Website Defaced by PewDiePie Supporter

Wall Street Journal issues a fake apology to PewDiePie through a funny defacement of their website Hacker urges visitors to subscribe to the famous YouTuber's channel and help him reach 80 million This...
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Twitter Knocked by Malware Memes That Try to Steal User Data

Twitter fixes a security bug that allowed malware authors to try and steal account data from users Trend Micro analyzed the malware that was found to be hidden in meme posts on Twitter ...
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Amazon Introduces Security Panel Controller API for Alexa

Amazon announced its new API that will let Alexa control security systems using voice commands. Users will be able to arm, disarm and access other features of their security systems starting today....
Microsoft Announces Competition for Developing AI-based Malware Solutions

Microsoft Announces Competition for Developing AI-based Malware Solutions

Microsoft listed a new competition on Kaggle that can help company tackle cyber-infections. The company is targeting the data science community to generate new ideas to develop new techniques to combat malware....
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PewDiePie Printer Hack is Back for More (Subscribers)

TheHackerGiraffe targeted 100000 printers using the same methods as in the first attack People are again urged to subscribe to the PewDiePie channel, keeping it to the top IoT printers are vulnerable to...
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3D Printed Heads Show Ability to Unlock Most Smartphones Today

3D printed heads successfully unlock most Face-ID smartphones today Apple’s iPhone X is the only device to not to be fooled by the spoof heads Biometric authentication systems show a vulnerable aspect as...
Cloudflare Sued at California Court for Not Acting Against Pirate Sites

Cloudflare Provides its Cybersecurity Services to 7 Terrorist Groups

Cloudflare is reportedly providing DDoS protection to websites owned by terrorist groups The company could be violating US laws if the ownership of the websites can be proven Cloudflare has shown no interest...
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Top 25 Worst Passwords of 2018 According to SplashData

SplashData 2018 worst passphrase report features the same winner for the fifth consecutive year Many people show a clear indifference for the risk of seeing their accounts getting hacked Biometric authentication may be...
Facebook Photo API Bug Exposes Photos of Up to 6.8 Million Users

Facebook Photo API Bug Exposes Photos of Up to 6.8 Million Users

Facebook has suffered yet another data breach with millions of users being affected. A bug in the service’s photo API gave app developers access to unposted photos. Apps were also able...
Home Networks at Risk from Hacked Electric Car Chargers

Home Networks at Risk from Hacked Electric Car Chargers

Kaspersky Lab reported a new hacking method that can allow attackers access to home networks by exploiting internet-connected car chargers. Electric vehicles come with charging accessories that put users at risk due...

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