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List of Most Popular Websites affected by Heartbleed (The Biggest security breach), CHANGE YOUR PASSWORD NOW

As we already aware about the recent biggest security breach on the internet known as ‘Heartbleed Bug’ which clearly hacked all of your passwords and your personal, financial information like credit card numbers that you use on some popular sites like Facebook, Google, yahoo and more, so it’s time to ping you about the sites which are affected by this bug. ...

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Millions of credit card data has been stolen by hackers from Michaels

Latest news coming from the Internet Media is, Hackers breached the security of Michaels (an arts and crafts retail chain) and they have stolen the credit and debit cards data from almost three million Michael’s customers, this hack being performed from last eight months and 7 percent of all cards used at Michaels are affected. Not only Michaels’ affected by ...

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The security software being used by Edward Snowden to evade NSA

Everyone was shocked and mostly the NSA-When one of the NSA employee ‘Edward Snowden’ leaked the internal information to the public that US Govt. Spies on people of own country, as well as other country, but one thing also was unique that how Snowden bypassing his networks, that none of them able to stop distributing the leaks online or to ...

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Samsung’s Galaxy S5 Fingerprint scanner hacked, Paypal accounts at RISK!

When Apple launched its iPhone 5s it came with a fingerprint scanner which gave the impression that Apple is in another league technology wise among the smartphone makers and it is way ahead of Samsung. Samsung was under lots of pressure to catch-up with Apple and thus they also launched recently Galaxy S5 with a fingerprint scanner. However, it seems ...

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Israeli Hackers hack webcams to unmask Anonymous #Opisrael Hackers

On April 7, a hacking group, named as ‘Anonymous’, had called for a united attack on Israel. The operation was code-named ‘#OpIsrael’. Many Israeli websites run by corporations and government came under attack on that day. The attack happens every year on the eve of Holocaust Remembrance Day to disrupt Israeli cyberspace. This year however it seems that the hackers ...

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Which of your online account hacked in world’s biggest data breach, CHECK NOW

The Heartbleed bug ( Biggest Data Breach ), a bug in OpenSSL cryptographic software library, has left billions of users vulnerable to sensitive information leak including those information that were perceived to be secure as they were shared with large, popular and relatively secure companies such as Google, Microsoft, Yahoo and etc. The systems have been vulnerable to Heartbleed bug for approximately ...

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New Android’s Security Feature Will Regularly Scan Your Apps to Protect You from ‘Harmful’ Software

Google has announced expansion of Google’s security services for all Android devices, smartphones and tablets, in an official blog posted by Rich Cannings, Android Security Engineer. After this expansion, Google will monitor continuously all apps installed on the device for any unwanted or malicious activity whether the app was installed through Google Play™ store or a third-party Android marketplace. The ...

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WiFi on US Planes being monitored by NSA ‘in violation’ of privacy laws

NSA’s long reaching hands have been very long and their prying eyes were even inside commercial airlines. Companies were sharing all inflight WiFi data used by domestic airline’s customers aboard the plane. This was revealed in a leaked letter by Gogo which is the largest onboard WiFi provider in the US. The letter was leaked to Wired and is written ...

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Your information may be hacked in world’s biggest breach in the history

How about leaving your front door open while away for two years. It will be a golden opportunity for any thief to clear the house of any valuables. This is exactly what has happened in cyber security. OpenSSL, a fundamental cryptographic software library, which is used by most of the servers around the world has been found to have a ...

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