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  • Top 5 Fastest VPNs

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    Fastest VPNs – Five Top VPNs For Fast Streaming

    The world of internet has as many dangers as it has utilities, if not more. The personal data, privacy and identity of users are constantly under the threat of being stolen or violated by malicious users or government agencies that look to censor the internet. In times like these, the popularity of fastest VPNs has […]

  • Hide your Digital Footprints from Hackers

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    Learn How to Safely Hide your Digital Footprints from Hackers

    It has become quite hard to exercise a ‘personal’ life in the digital world. No aspect of your online existence is entirely private. You can’t even imagine the ways in which agencies like National Security Agency (NSA) or Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) can hunt down your private information, but we can help you to hide […]

  • HackerOne Attracts $40 Million, Plans to Expand Hacking Community

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    HackerOne Attracts $40 Million, Plans to Expand Hacking Community

    On Wednesday, HackerOne, the bug bounty platform has declared that a $40M Series C funding and now it is preparing to use the fund to expand the platform. Bug Bounty programs linked organizations and companies to hackers who discover bugs/malware and are compensated for their efforts. Due to rising reputation with companies involved in hosting […]

  • Seedbox - Download Torrents Anonymously Free

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    How to Download Torrents Anonymously

    You can download torrents anonymously in a few easy ways, however, doing so anonymously means you have to go out of the box and take some extra steps in the procedure. But don’t worry the extra steps are not complex and are well worth. The first and basic step to download torrents anonymously is to […]

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

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    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 […]

  • Smartphone Security

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    Smartphone Security: 4 Solutions You Can Implement Now

    As recently as 20 years ago, it was rare to see someone talking on a cell phone. In those days, when cell phones were simply mobile telephones — and not the multi-functional mobile devices we use today — people stored telephone numbers in the devices, but that was about as far as the information trail […]

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

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    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 […]

  • Hacker Leaks iOS Cracking Tools Used by Cellebrite

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    Hacker Leaks iOS Cracking Tools Used by Cellebrite

    Last month January 2017, Cellebrite (Mobile Forensics Firm from Israel) revealed that an attacker has hacked close to a 900 GB of secure information from their server. Motherboard initially reported that the attacker is now throwing away alleged iOS bypassing tools online as a threat to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. A cache of private […]

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    Most Secure Browsers in Year 2017

    2016 has been a curvy year for security and the technology department. The world has evolved a lot from 2010 and it has become more complicated now than it was 6 years ago. Many and many things have changed including a number of hackers now targeting internet websites and companies, the security used to counter […]

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