Prowli Malware Affects More Than 40,000 IoT Devices

Malware issues are a common concern for the internet security. Experts regularly come across malware that targets servers, routers and IoT devices. The latest malware is the Prowli malware. This botnet has already affected more than 40,000 internet connected devices across the globe. Prowli malware makes use of different techniques like abuse of weak configuration,

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Korea’s Coinrail Loses 40 Million Dollars In Altcoins

As we continue to digitalize, there is an increasing need for cyber protection and securing ourselves in the cyber world. Whether connecting with family and friends, we use social networking websites. At the same time, online banking, work-related emails, etc. all occupy the same webspace across the globe. While cyber protection is of utmost significance

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Net Neutrality Law To Officially End On June 11

The Battle for Net Neutrality has started to take on dangerous proportions, but the signs were apparent since the term was coined back in 2003. The Net Neutrality law comes to an end in the US on June 11th, and this has ramifications all over the country. Net Neutrality ensured that there was a level

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LocationSmart Exposes Location Of Millions Of Americans

Recently, the location tracking website LocationSmart was in controversy for all the wrong reasons. They made the location of millions of real-time users readily available on a free demo public page. The free demo page did not ask for subscriber’s consent before giving away his or her location. The company took immediate steps of reform

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Warren Buffett Warns Of Growing Cybersecurity Attacks

Cybersecurity is one important aspect, and companies are investing heavily to ensure their safety in the online world. Warren Buffett, CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, is a well-known industrialist. According to him, the cybersecurity risks will get worse in the coming years. The cybersecurity instances are set to grow and will negatively impact the insurance industry. 

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Data Breach of 156,000 Uber Users in Brazil

After the ongoing controversies of Facebook’s data breach, now it’s Uber. Recently, Uber apologized to its 156,000 users in Brazil. Personal information of these users was leaked in a major data breach in 2016. However, the company paid hackers to stay mum about the security breach for over a year. There are a large number of

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McAfee: Businesses Lose About $600 Billion In Cybercrimes

Cybercrimes are day by increasing, and hackers are finding new and innovative ways to hack into the most confidential system. Latest news updates tell us that companies lost almost $600 billion owing to cybercrimes. According to the McAfee report, cybercriminals are coming up with innovative ways to cheat on the cyber users. The numbers are

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Facebook Scandal Affects More Than 50 Million Users

Recently, Mark Zuckerburg’s company, Facebook, was put under a lot of criticism owing to privacy issues. Concerning the same, Facebook issues a long statement of apology. If this revelation has made you anxious, then you know the seriousness of data privacy. Although one way to ensure online anonymity is to change IP address. The Facebook

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Cyber-attacks On German Government

Recently, the German government reported that its IT network had been under cyber-attack, by a group named APT28. This group is said to be part of the Russian intelligence agency. The interior and defense ministries’ networks have been hit as part of the cyber-crime. Thus, you see, no matter how safe you claim to be

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Norton’s Report: USD 180 B Stolen In Cybercrime In 2017

The internet has certainly reduced the world to a global village today. Today, we can stay in connection with someone living in a different corner of the world. All thanks to the internet and social media. However, have you thought about how risky it is? To allow the internet to control a major part of

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