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Google Begins Removing Play Store Apps Misusing Android Accessibility Services

Due to rise in malware and adware abusing Android accessibility services, Google has finally decided to take strict steps against the apps on…
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OnePlus Left A Backdoor That Allows Root Access Without Unlocking Bootloader

Another terrible news for OnePlus users. Just over a month after OnePlus was caught collecting personally identifiable information on its users, the Chinese…
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Apple iPhone X's Face ID Hacked (Unlocked) Using 3D-Printed Mask

Just a week after Apple released its brand new iPhone X on November 3, a team of hackers has claimed to successfully hack…
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Vault 8: WikiLeaks Releases Source Code For Hive – CIA's Malware Control System

Almost two months after releasing details of 23 different secret CIA hacking tool projects under Vault 7 series, Wikileaks today announced a new…
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Russian 'Fancy Bear' Hackers Using (Unpatched) Microsoft Office DDE Exploit

Cybercriminals, including state-sponsored hackers, have started actively exploiting a newly discovered Microsoft Office vulnerability that Microsoft does not consider as a security issue…
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Hacker Distributes Backdoored IoT Vulnerability Scanning Script to Hack Script Kiddies

Nothing is free in this world. If you are searching for free hacking tools on the Internet, then beware—most freely available tools, claiming…
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Oh, Crap! Someone Accidentally Triggered A Flaw That Locked Up $280 Million In Ethereum

Horrible news for some Ethereum users. About $300 million worth of Ether—the cryptocurrency unit that has become one of the most popular and…
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Newly Uncovered 'SowBug' Cyber-Espionage Group Stealing Diplomatic Secrets Since 2015

A previously unknown hacking and cyber-espionage group that has been in operation since at least 2015 have conducted a series of highly targeted…
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Built-in Keylogger Found in MantisTek GK2 Keyboards—Sends Data to China

"The right keyboard can make all the difference between a victory and a defeat in a video game battlefield." If you are a…
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IEEE P1735 Encryption Is Broken—Flaws Allow Intellectual Property Theft

Researchers have uncovered several major weaknesses in the implementation of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) P1735 cryptography standard that can…
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