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By Waqas Cybersecurity is one of the primary concerns of internet users nowadays, which includes commercial and governmental organizations as well. Recent, large-scale data breaches at Gmail, Equifax, Facebook, Google+ Cathay Pacific Airways, and Yahoo, etc., have made it clear that the bigger the organization, the higher would be the cybersecurity threat. The role of Dark Web […] This is a post from HackRead.com Read the original post: New AI system DARKMENTION will detect upcoming cyberattacks from dark web

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The Kraken ransomware author has released a second version of the malicious code, along with a unique affiliate program on the Dark Web. According to research into Kraken v.2 the new version is being promoted in a ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) model to underground forum customers, via a video demoing its capabilities. Those interested can complete a […]

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Apple introduces a new privacy feature for all new MacBooks that “at some extent” will prevent hackers and malicious applications from eavesdropping on your conversations.

Apple's custom T2 security chip in the latest MacBooks includes a new hardware feature that physically disconnects the MacBook's built-in microphone whenever the user closes the lid, the company revealed yesterday at its

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It's only been a few hours since Apple releases iOS 12.1 and an iPhone enthusiast has managed to find a passcode bypass hack, once again, that could allow anyone to see all contacts' private information on a locked iPhone.

Jose Rodriguez, a Spanish security researcher, contacted The Hacker News and confirmed that he discovered an iPhone passcode bypass bug in the latest version of its iOS

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By Uzair Amir Due to the carelessness of an employee, who apparently was a porn fan, the network of the satellite imaging facility, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) at the EROS Center, South Dakota got infected with malware. An audit carried out by the U.S. Department of the Interior’s inspector general reportedly identified the extensive history of porn […] This is a post from HackRead.com Read the original post: Employee infects US govt network with malware after visiting 9,000 porn sites

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By Waqas Messaging apps are now becoming more and more secure to make it difficult or rather impossible for anyone to access your conversations. Switching to end-to-end encryption although offered a stronger layer of protection but still the unencrypted metadata like sender/receiver information, message sending time, etc., wasn’t secured enough and could be exploited by an attacker. […] This is a post from HackRead.com Read the original post: Signal App's New Privacy Feature Conceals Sender ID from Metadata

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