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TeamViewer used to spy on victims thanks to new Trojan

Teamviewer

A report has indicated that a backdoor Trojan has been abusing a legitimate TeamViewer remote access tool enabling the hacker to spy on unsuspecting victims. The research was conducted by the Doctor Web security researchers. There has been many cases of malware that can be used to leverage the remote …

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Several Fortinet products found with vulnerabilities

Fortinet

Vulnerability Lab reported that it found several vulnerabilities in several products from the famous enterprise security solutions provider Fortinet. The vulnerabilities were discovered this year. Most of the vulnerabilities discovered reflected in the cross-site scripting (XSS). Vulnerability Labs reported these issues in May, February and January. What is new here …

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Bitfinex loses $63 million in Bitcoin after a hack

Bitcoin Hack

The digital currency exchange firm, Bitfinex, has temporarily stopped trading after a hack in which the attackers stole $63 million worth of bitcoin. The digital currency exchange company based in Hong Kong acknowledged the security breach on Tuesday this week. Apparently, the firm is working in close collaboration with law …

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QRLJacking: A new form of attack that targets QR code logins

New DNS Unlocker malware untraceable as it changes DNS server settings

Have you heard of the new cyber-attack term, QRLJacking? It is a new social engineering method of attacking QR Login Process. QR Login is considered not only a simple method of login but also a secure remote authentication method. But is it secure? According to a computer analyst, the QR …

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HTTPS Bypassed on Windows, Mac, and Linux

Leaked Memo shows Ecuador Internet Censorship system

HTTPS was considered immune to hackers looking to track the websites visited by a user. A new hack breaks this HTTPS protection in Windows, Linux, and Mac systems. The hack can be carried by Wi-Fi hotspot operators, Ars Technica reports. HTTPS encryption assured users that the addresses of the websites …

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Adguard: Windows Phones to get a VPN-based ad blocker

Windows Phones to get a VPN-based ad blocker

Microsoft’s Windows Mobile smartphone currently does not support browser extensions. Users cannot use ad block extensions to smoothen browsing and reduce data consumption. The company will introduce the browser extensions in their smartphone OS at some point but for the moment, users have to bear with Microsoft. Microsoft trails both …

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