Vodafone Customers Vulnerable To Fraud After Cyber Attack
Nov03

Vodafone Customers Vulnerable To Fraud After Cyber Attack

1,827 Customers At Risk   About 1,827 Vodafone customers have had their personal data exposed to a unknown source. Though Vodafone have said that there core system is safe and not breached in anyway. Vodafone said that full credit card data were not obtained and only partial, which the firm says it makes them useless. All the exposed accounts have been blocked and the firm is contacting customers to verify there accounts. It...

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YIFY/YTS Popular Torrent Provider Shuts Down Forever
Nov02

YIFY/YTS Popular Torrent Provider Shuts Down Forever

Yify No more                         Two weeks ago, YTS torrent website stopped working and no new torrents were uploaded by YIFY. YIFY, which later re branded to YTS, were and still are huge contributor in torrent community. TorrentFreak, have confirmed that no YTS and YIFY have really been permanatly shutdown, and have been told not to release any more information at this...

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Police Never Got The Pirate Bay’s Servers?
Sep22

Police Never Got The Pirate Bay’s Servers?

So no raid? No fear? TPB still safe? Last year The Pirate Bay went dark for almost two months, longest period ever. When police raided Nacka Station, at the same time one of the moderators were arrested. Which most of us thought was the result of the raid. Now TPB has released that police only managed to get one server which didn’t had any data related to TPB. Even though police don’t have anything sustainable, TPB moved...

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OPENSSL Patches Certification Validation Vulnerability
Jul10

OPENSSL Patches Certification Validation Vulnerability

Yet Another critical Flaw and Critical Patch                       The flaw reported two weeks ago by a Google researcher Adam Langley and BoringSSL’s David Benjamin, affects OpenSSL 1.0.1 and 1.0.2. The flaw have been patched by OpenSSL. OpenSSL CHANGES Alternate chains certificate forgery During certificate verfification, OpenSSL will attempt to find an alternative...

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Samsung To Patch Windows Update
Jun28

Samsung To Patch Windows Update

Samsung deliberately disabling Windows Update                         SW Update is your typical OEM updating software that will update your Samsung drivers, the bloatware that came on your Samsung machine, etc. The only difference between other OEM updating software is, Samsung’s disables WU from working as the user intends it to. Samsung will no longer automatically...

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Serious Apple Vulnerabilities Put Users Credentials At Risk.
Jun19

Serious Apple Vulnerabilities Put Users Credentials At Risk.

Sensitive Data At Risk Researchers based in the University of Indiana, have found four Apple security flaws which could bypass security and steal sensitive data from apps. The vulnerabilities were reported to Apple last year on October 2014. Apple required that they were given six months to patch the exploits. Till then only some of the vulnerabilities have been patched. XARA, that pose a serious threat to the app isolation protection...

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