February 7, 2017 Hacker Compromised 150,000 Printers Across the Globe; Sends Notices to Users

Hacker Compromised 150,000 Printers Across the Globe; Sends Notices to Users

A serious vulnerability in printing devices has led to compromising 150,000 printers not at only one place or city but worldwide. In fact, the vulnerability was exploited by an attacker named Stackoverflowin, who is responsible for compromised thousands of printing devices globally. Hacker used an automated script written by himself. He was able to search […]

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February 6, 2017 Hackers shutdown almost 10,000 Tor-based websites on dark web

Hackers shutdown almost 10,000 Tor-based websites on dark web

On 5th February, visitors to more than 10K Tor-based sites were encountered with a shocking statement: “Hello, Freedom Hosting II, you have been hacked.” A team of hackers affiliating itself with a popular hacking group named “Anonymous” had hacked Freedom hosting II servers, a well-known service which is used for Tor-based websites. Almost 6 hours […]

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February 2, 2017 WordPress Secretly Fixed Severe Content Injection Vulnerability in Last Week's Update

WordPress Secretly Fixed Severe Content Injection Vulnerability in Last Week’s Update

WordPress one of the most commonly used CMS (Content Management System) has exposed that the security update held last week secretly fixed a major vulnerability in its system. The vulnerability kept under wraps by WordPress for a week to give it users’ time to patch prior to cluing in hackers to this particular vulnerability through […]

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January 17, 2017 A New Vulnerability in Intel Chips that Hackers can Use to Access a PC

Revealed: A New Vulnerability in Intel Chips that Hackers can Use to Access a PC

A new vulnerability exists in all the new generation of Intel processors that smart hackers can access and surreptitiously take control of any Intel-based PC; it has been revealed. According to a presentation by Mark Ermolov and Maxim Goryachy, made at the 33rd Chaos Communication Conference  in Germany, it has been revealed that what Intel […]

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December 7, 2016 Nintendo Offers Hackers $20,000 to Find Bugs in 3DS

Nintendo Offers Hackers $20,000 to Find Bugs in 3DS

Nintendo is offering white-hat hackers up to $20,000 to find security flaws in its new 3DS device successfully. The company, which is one of the most successfully gaming pioneers, is running this current program in partnership with Hacker One, a leading platform for tech companies. Researchers and white-hat hackers will be required to detect security […]

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