By Carolina Just like a car needs regular maintenance, your business’s website needs a review to ensure that it is performing to the best of its capabilities. Whether you have noticed a reduction in visitor numbers, or are responding to feedback from customers, reviewing your website is a business necessity. Here are 6 critical elements of your […] This is a post from HackRead.com Read the original post: 6 Critical Website Elements You Need to Review
By Waqas According to a new report, around 415,000 routers throughout the world are infected with malware having the potential to steal computer resources and discreetly mine for the cryptocurrency. The campaign is an active one and it primarily targets MikroTik routers. Researchers claim that the cryptojacking attacks started in August and in the first string of […] This is a post from HackRead.com Read the original post: 415,000 routers infected by cryptomining malware – Prime target MikroTik
Researchers identified a widespread campaign of brute force attacks against WordPress websites.
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A low-privileged user account on most Linux operating systems with UID value anything greater than 2147483647 can execute any systemctl command unauthorizedly—thanks to a newly discovered vulnerability.
The reported vulnerability actually resides in PolicyKit (also known as polkit)—an application-level toolkit for Unix-like operating systems that defines
By Waqas Text-based options for verification purposes on websites and other digital forums are going to be a thing of the past, that too, pretty soon. So, get ready to identify objects like cars, parks, and storefronts form CAPTCHA image grids. CAPTCHA is the abbreviation for Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart. […] This is a post from HackRead.com Read the original post: New AI tool aims to make CAPTCHA a thing of the past
The company allegedly tried to hide away new policy changes that would collect Android app users' call and message logs.
Cybersecurity researchers have discovered a new zero-day vulnerability in Adobe Flash Player that hackers are actively exploiting in the wild as part of a targeted campaign appears to be attacking a Russian state health care institution.
The vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2018-15982, is a use-after-free flaw resides in Flash Player that, if exploited successfully, allows an attacker to execute
The facial recognition pilot will identify “subjects of interest” around the White House.
Adobe issued a patch for the zero-day on Wednesday.
Hackers can steal data, sabotage cloud deployments and more.
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