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500 Chrome Extensions Caught Stealing Data of Million Users
500 Chrome Extensions Caught Stealing Data of Million Users

500 Google Chrome extensions secretly uploaded private data from millions of users. The technique used by hackers, called malvertising, remains difficult to spot. The [...]

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How to Install Arch Linux with LVM and LUKS Disk Encryption
How to Install Arch Linux with LVM and LUKS Disk Encryption

Arch Linux is an independently developed, x86-64 general-purpose GNU/Linux distribution that strives to provide the latest stable versions of most software by following a [...]

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Remote Network Penetration via NetBios using Linux and Samba
Remote Network Penetration via NetBios using Linux and Samba

A recent study carried out in December 2019 by French researchers shows that more than 60% of Windows systems using the NetBios service use a standard configuration and are [...]

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Hackers can Steal Data by Tweaking Monitors Brightness
Hackers can Steal Data by Tweaking Monitors Brightness

Israeli researchers at Ben-Gurion University detailed a method, dubbed Brightness, to steal data from computers by capturing brightness video changes of the LCD screens [...]

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Discover Hidden Subdomains of a given Domain using Dnsmap
Discover Hidden Subdomains of a given Domain using Dnsmap

In this new tutorial we'll see how to find the subdomains of a given domain name using Dnsmap. Dnsmap is mainly meant to be used by pen-testers during the enumeration phase [...]

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