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REVEALS EASY WAY TO HACK FACEBOOK ACCOUNT

By James Martindale
When you play with big guys, never give up protecting own privacy. Yahoo once offered some infamous examples. So did other information giants. Facebook is a target of hackers for a long time. It lets you add phone numbers or other contact ways - WhatsApp or Messenger or Snapchat or Hangouts or whatever - for social networks, but can it keep them safe? Unfortunately hackers indeed get them someway...
By James Martindale  View Source  
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Android Malware Leak Private Photos To Friends
Do you mind private photos to be sent to friends? An new Android ransomware possibly asks you similar questions. If you do mind that happens, read this paper carefully. Some clues indicates the threat is distributed by Google Play. Thousands of Android users may be at risk to a malware which attempts to extort victims by threatening to leak personal information, including photos, unless a 'ransom' is paid to the hackers...
By Jason Murdock  View Source  
Kaspersky Lab Open Source Code To Prove Malicious-less
After you install a security software or app, are you safer than before? The answer is possible, depending on if you get a right security product. The new argument is on Kaspersky, a very famous and successful information security vendor. The US Senate is considering to ban the use of Kaspersky Lab software by government agencies. The company offered to source code and testify in front of Congress "to prove that we don't behave maliciously." However, if a security software really opens all its code, who will trust it's strong enough to protect us ...
By Mathew J. Schwartz  View Source  
Cyber Attack Sweeps Globe Seems WannaCry Linked
A new global computer virus attacked from Tuesday; many Russian and Ukrainian targets, like oil companies and banks, are attacked by a virus similar to the ransomware WannaCry. The virus copied codes from earlier ransomware campaigns known as "Petya" and "GoldenEye." Technically, it's not a new one; but it's more aggressive in spreading and attacking. The good news is update patch for WannaCry may protect some machines from the new virus...
By Jack Stubbs  View Source  
The World Is Not Ready For Cyber Attack
Cyber attack is a high frequent word in information industry as well as in social news. When people talk about it, it seems at least some of us knew the threat and can deal with whatever. The truth isn't so optimistic. The NSA is supposed to run as a info security agency, however, its by-products - cyber weapons or say back doors - are stolen ...
By NICOLE PERLROTH  View Source