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Millions of SMS Leaked Through TrueDialog Server
Millions of SMS Leaked Through TrueDialog Server

Millions of SMS have been found in open access on the internet without password or encryption. This database is managed by Texas-based company TrueDialog, [...]

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How Facebook Fights Against Billions of Fake Accounts
How Facebook Fights Against Billions of Fake Accounts

The largest social network in the world is removing every day, millions of fake accounts. Almost all of them are scanned from the platform before they could [...]

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11 Best Linux Distros for Ethical Hacking and Pentesting 2020
11 Best Linux Distros for Ethical Hacking and Pentesting 2020

Linux is an extremely popular operating system for hackers. First of all, Linux's source code is freely available because it is an open-source Operating System [...]

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Stantinko Botnet use Youtube to mine Cryptocurrency
Stantinko Botnet use Youtube to mine Cryptocurrency

Security Research from ESET have found cyber criminals activity behind the Stantinko Botnet that were distributing Monero cryptominer malware via YouTube had [...]

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Adobe Magento Marketplace has been Hacked
Adobe Magento Marketplace has been Hacked

Adobe disclosed today a security breach that impacted users registered on the company's Magento Marketplace, a portal for buying, selling, and downloading [...]

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DeathRansom the latest Discovered Ransomware
DeathRansom the latest Discovered Ransomware

Latest ransomware known as DeathRansom began with a shaky beginning, but has solved the issues now, starting to infect victims and encrypting their files. [...]

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How to Extract Data from Windows Memory Dump using Volatility
How to Extract Data from Windows Memory Dump using Volatility

In terms of Digital Forensic, there are many tools that can be used to extract valuable and sensitive information directly from the memory (RAM) of a [...]

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How Hackers Exploit BlueKeep Vulnerability on Windows Servers
How Hackers Exploit BlueKeep Vulnerability on Windows Servers

BlueKeep is a security vulnerability that was discovered in Microsoft's Remote Desktop Protocol implementation of Windows 2008 R2 and Windows 7

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Huge Leaks 1.2 Billion Account Data Exposed Online
Huge Leaks 1.2 Billion Account Data Exposed Online

Dark web investigator Vinny Troia discovered one such cache lying uncovered and easily accessible on an unsecured server about 1.2 billion records of personal [...]

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Doppelpaymer Ransomware was not distributed via Bluekeep Exploit
Doppelpaymer Ransomware was not distributed via Bluekeep Exploit

The Doppelpaymer ransomware that went around with companies this month was not spread through the BlueKeep vulnerability. Microsoft has debunked those rumors [...]

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ACbackdoor a Malware that Infects both Windows and Linux Systems
ACbackdoor a Malware that Infects both Windows and Linux Systems

Recently, a malware named ACbackdoor has been discovered which infects both Windows and Linux based with capabilities of pretty complex operations which [...]

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WhatsApp MP4 Videos Flaw allows Hackers to execute Code Remotely
WhatsApp MP4 Videos Flaw allows Hackers to execute Code Remotely

A new bug on Whatsapp, based on MP4 videos flaws, has been revealed by Facebook. This vulnerability could lead to denial of service attacks or remote code [...]

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