Malware and hacking tactics are becoming more advanced, and users need to be prepared against attack It’s one thing to click the wrong link and accidentally download some annoying adware on your personal device. It’s another thing to watch as hospitals, train stations, nuclear power plants, and private businesses fall victim to a devastating cyber attack
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What if I say the Tuesday’s devastating global malware outbreak was not due to any ransomware infection? Yes, the Petya ransomware attacks that began infecting computers in several countries, including Russia, Ukraine, France, India and the United States on Tuesday and demands $300 ransom was not designed with the intention of restoring the computers at all. According to a
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No need to pay ransomware; WannaCry decryption tool is available for free on GitHub Researchers have finally been able to create a decryptor for the WannaCry ransomware that has affected more than 3,00,000 computers in 150 nations since its attack on computers running the Microsoft Windows operating system last Friday. For those unfamiliar, the WannaCry
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WannaCry Ransomware has a coding mistake that can let you get your file back Last month, the computing world was shaken by the WannaCry ransomware that at its peak, had affected over a quarter million PCs across the globe. However, that does not mean that it was a high quality malware with research into the
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How to Fix or Repair a Pen Drive or SD card Thats Broken or Not Recognized An age old problem. Every computer user has faced this problem. What I speak of, is the tragedy of the corrupted USB Pen drive or SD Card. No matter what you do, at some point, your computer will simply
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Hack any Wi-Fi password using Wifiphisher without cracking Disclaimer: This tutorial is for educational purpose only. Hacking Wi-Fi passwords may be illegal in your part of the world. One of the many queries we get from our readers is how to hack Wi-Fi password. Though there are many ways to hack Wi-Fi, today we are going to
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A security researcher has discovered a serious vulnerability in the default configuration of the latest version of Google’s Chrome running on any version of Microsoft’s Windows operating system, including Windows 10, that could allow remote hackers to steal user’s login credentials. Researcher Bosko Stankovic of DefenseCode has found that just by visiting a website containing
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So far, nobody had an idea that who was behind WannaCry ransomware attacks? But now there is a clue that lies in the code. Neel Mehta, a security researcher at Google, found evidence that suggests the WannaCry ransomware, that infected 300,000 machines in 150 countries over the weekend, is linked to a state-sponsored hacking group
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When the world was dealing with the threat of the self-spreading WannaCry ransomware, WikiLeaks released a new batch of CIA Vault 7 leaks, detailing two apparent CIA malware frameworks for the Microsoft Windows platform. Dubbed “AfterMidnight” and “Assassin,” both malware programs are designed to monitor and report back actions on the infected remote host computer
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If you are following the news, by now you might be aware that a security researcher has activated a “Kill Switch” which apparently stopped the WannaCry ransomware from spreading further. But it’s not true, neither the threat is over yet. However, the kill switch has just slowed down the infection rate. Updated: Multiple security researchers have
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