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How to Tap Your Network and See Everything That Happens On It

How to Tap Your Network and See Everything That Happens On It

Your home network is your fortress. Inside it lies tons of valuable information—unencrypted files, personal, private data, and perhaps most importantly, computers that can be hijacked and used for any purpose. Let's talk about how you can, with the power of evil, sniff around your home network to make sure you don't have any uninvited guests. Read More »

Biggest Malware Campaign In History, Targeted For 12 Years Banks, Corporations And Governments

Biggest Malware Campaign In History, Targeted For 12 Years Banks, Corporations And Governments

Harkonnen, described as “A huge data-stealing cyber espionage campaign that targeted Banks, Corporations and Governments” has been discovered and clamped upon by the jaws of Israeli based company Cybertinel. According to a press release let out by the company, this malware network has been collecting information through the use of two system Trojans for right around 12 years now. The biggest countries affected to date would be Germany, Switzerland and Austria but, as forensics deconstruct and weasel their way through the system you can imagine how widespread this all may be. As a matter of opinion, you may need to imagine it because the odds are, no one will ever admit that this has affected their company or government for this long without finding it unless…. Conspiracy theory anyone? Read More »

Video: Parents Awakened To Something Incredibly Frightening Coming From Their Baby Monitor

Video Parents Awakened To Something Incredibly Frightening Coming From Their Baby Monitor

Baby monitors are used by mother and father to keep and close eye on precious little ones and make sure their safety at all times…however an increasing invasive trend is compromising all that. These monitors are being hacked and criminals are harassing kids and others on the other end of the camera in a horrible way. One Ohio family experienced this with their monitoring device, in an occurrence so scary it could cause you to reconsider your own wi-fi security entirely. Heather and Adam Schreck were in for a shock recently this month when they say they woke up in the middle of the night to a voice coming from their 10-month-old little girl's monitor, which seemed like a men voice. Because Heather was awoken by the alarming sound, she was not entirely sure off hand what the gender was, being half asleep at the time. She immediately looked at her phone to check the monitor camera, which Heather found was moving on its own. And that is when the scariest thing occurred. Read More »

CASH! CASH! Hacking ATM Machines with Just a Text Message

As we reported earlier, Microsoft will stop supporting the Windows XP operating system after 8th April, apparently 95% of the world’s 3 million ATM machines are run on it. Microsoft's decision to withdraw support for Windows XP poses critical security threat to the economic infrastructure worldwide. Read More »

Syrian hackers say they’ve compromised US Central Command

RT ​A group of computer hackers who are loyal to Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad say they’ve accessed hundreds of documents after allegedly penetrating the network of the United States Central Command and other systems. The Syrian Electronic Army hacktivist group said from their Twitter account on Friday that they were engaged in an operation targeting CENTCOM due to US President ... Read More »

Apple mobile devices at risk of hacking, firm says

Apple mobile devices at risk of hacking, firm says

Flaw in iOS software for phones, tablets and music players could allow protected emails to be intercepted, with Macs also at risk A major flaw in Apple software for mobile devices could allow hackers to intercept email and other communications that are meant to be encrypted, the company has said, and experts say Mac computers are even more exposed. Read More »

​‘ChewBacca’ Trojan steals thousands of credit card details across the globe

‘ChewBacca’ Trojan steals thousands of credit card details across the globe

Star Wars’ most loyal copilot has gone to the dark side on our side of the galaxy, as Malware operating under the name ‘ChewBacca’ has stolen data on 49,000 payment cards from 45 retailers in 11 countries over a two month span. According to RSA FirstWatch, the Security Division of EMC which exposed the malignant software, the virus started running in October and has so far gathered 24 million transaction details, mostly in the US, but also in Canada, Australia and Russia. Read More »

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