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Advanced Cyber Threats May Distort Multiple Fronts of Infrastructure in the United States of...

Times are changing, technology is evolving and so are threats the United States faces from the bad guys. Over the years, Russia has infused...

YouTube Bans Hacking Videos – Content Creators Twisted

YouTube no longer allows “Harmful and Dangerous” content. Based on their new policy, the world’s number one video platform YouTube does not support videos...

Security Agencies See a Rise in the Iranian Cyberattacks

As situations get critical between Washington and Tehran, surprisingly enough, Cyberattacks seem to be on the rise. Iranian hackers have made it a mission...

Evernote Extension – Google Chrome Users Experience a Major Flaw

Recently discovered flaw in Google’s Evernote Extension by cybersecurity experts has allowed hijackers to hijack your personal browser and steal any personal information tracing...

FACIAL RECOGNITION – GIVING A NEW PERSPECTIVE TO SECURITY WORLDWIDE

As humanity is advancing towards a secure future, biometrics technology is rising in popularity. Many big and small sector companies are adopting the new...

High Rated RCE and DoS Vulnerabilities to be Fixed with Cisco’s New Update

The recent vulnerability discovered at Cisco by the researchers at Embedi is an ideal example of neglection. We all are aware that no code...

Checkers and Rally’s Fast Food Chain – Victim of Data Breach

One of the most popular American fast food chain , Checkers and Rally's drive-through restaurant was recently discovered to be attacked by malware, impacting...

AMAZON’S QUICK LAUNCH AND SCALE

Amazon, the largest e-commerce network in the world, has been around for while. Launched in 1996 as an “EVERYTHING STORE” online, Amazon gained popularity...

Google Has Been Keeping a Track Of Almost All Your Online Purchases

Google's all-time existing private WEB TOOL has been able to track all your purchases from the day you opened that new Gmail account. As...

Light-Based, Brain-Like Neuromorphic Computing – A Step Closer.

Yesterday we imagined it, today it’s developing. International scientists and researchers from University of Münster in Germany and two UK based Universities Oxford and...
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