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What Are Pokemon Go Hacking Risks?

A while ago, Nintendo released a mobile game called Pokemon Go, which immediately attracted a lot of attention worldwide. After Pokemon Go, Nintendo’s shares and sales rates surged through the roof. The app was mainly released for Apple and Android users. It overnight became one of the most popular games in the app stores. However,

WannaCry Ransomware Cyber-Attack

Virus attack, malware, spyware, adware, etc., are some of the well-known threats in the cyber world. But in the recent times, ransomware is much in debate. This is the deadliest infections of the all. WannaCry ransomware cyber security attack is the most recent one. This badly affected computer networks in more than 150 nations. These

Google Averts G-Docs Phishing Scam

About 1 million Google Docs users became the target of a dangerous phishing scam recently. However, the company was able to effectively neutralize the phishing email attack within an hour. In order to stay safe, you should refrain from giving away your user credentials on any such website, as it may only be a phishing

Russian Hackers Stream Private Webcams

Cyber security is a major stake and new forms of cyber threats keep on rising. A website site linked to 73,011 unsecured security camera locations in 256 countries illustrates the dangers of using default passwords. Security camera are supposed to bring security, not to provide footage for anyone to stream and watch. In 2014, the

Data Manipulation Will Be Newest Cyber Threat

Data security with VPN will be highly needed. In the world of security, the heads of Intelligence in the USA and many other countries are warning about cyber security aspects and explaining about the latest threats. Data manipulation will be newest cyber threat, according to the FBI, CIA, the NSA and the Defence Intelligence Agency

How Hackers Bypassed Google’s 2-Step Authentication

When it comes to keeping your passwords, and the associated accounts, safe, there are many factors to consider. Not choosing obvious passwords such as family names or favourite things, and by including numbers and symbols all help to secure them from being hacked. But one method which has been adopted by many websites and services