How a Phone Can Be Hacked with Just the Number It’s a fact that almost everyone wants to know the answer: in this day and age, can you hack into someone else’s cell phone without ever touching it? From concerned parents who want to keep track of their kids’ whereabouts, to suspicious spouses questioning faithfulness
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are Just Around the Corner and Scammers are Gearing up to Flood you with Bogus Offers According to Adobe, consumers in the US are predicted to spend a staggering US$143.7 billion this shopping holiday season. Unsurprisingly, smartphones are expected to account for a significant part of the purchases made. Shopping
Choosing Identity Theft Protection Services to Help You Marriott International was the victim of one of the largest cyberattacks in history. Over four years, hackers stole about 500 million records from Marriott’s Starwood Hotels reservation system. According to Marriott, about 327 million of the accounts included passport details. Hackers exposed the personal data of customers
4 Ways to Log Into Someone’s Instagram In the world of images, Instagram is the one social media platform that is known for images being posted. Instagram requires an image to be uploaded from mobile devices in order to post. People can comment on photos shared and many enjoy the interaction. Users can follow or
How to Know if the Website is a Hack According to defectors, North Korea’s cyber army has about 7,000 hackers. Their job is to wreak havoc on the country’s enemies. Recently, North Korean hackers targeted cybersecurity researchers in the U.S. North Korean hackers set up a fake cybersecurity company called SecuriElite. They also created fake
FBI Hacks Vulnerable US Computers to Fix Malicious Malware Malicious malware makes US computers vulnerable to hackers. The FBI has been hacking into the computers of US companies running insecure versions of Microsoft software in order to fix them, the US Department of Justice has announced. The operation, approved by a federal court, involved the
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Chinese Have Likely Hacked Your Microsoft Exchange Email Server. What if Chinese state-sponsored hackers have owned your OWA using several brand-new zero-day vulnerabilities?
On March 2, Microsoft released emergency security updates to plug four security holes in Exchange Server versions 2013 through 2019 that hackers were actively using to siphon email communications from Internet-facing systems running Exchange.
UK Police Arrest SIM-Swapping Gang Responsible for the Theft of Over $100 Million in Cryptocurrency This month the UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA) arrested eight suspects who targeted famous sports stars and musicians in the US and stole from victim’s bank accounts and crypto wallets. We hadn’t heard much from the SIM-swapping side of cybercrime
Microsoft Dominates as the Most Impersonated Brand in Phishing Attacks
SolarWinds security fiasco may have started with simple password blunders UPDATED: Many things came together to crack SolarWinds, but it may all have started with that classic mistake of leaking a lousy password. A SolarWinds third-party, public relations spokesperson, however, claims that the password incident had nothing to do with the major security breach. Many
How To Fix Your Hacked Joomla Website The fact that Joomla has plenty of powerful in-built features make it one of the most used CMS to create websites. Here, one gets access to amazing features like a banner manager, template manager, weblink manager, menu manager, user manager, etc. Unfortunately, its fame is becoming one of
Every day on popular eCommerce sites, millions upon millions of people are entering valuable information. Their names, credit card information, addresses, and more all being uploaded in rapid quantities. All this sensitive info, especially in regards to payment profiles, has since become the target for malicious cyber attacks and hacking schemes. For businesses implementing their online payment systems, how can they ensure that consumer data is kept safe?….
Zoom has patched a flaw that could have allowed attackers to guess a meeting ID and enter a meeting. NEW ORLEANS – Enterprise video conferencing firm Zoom has issued a bevy of security fixes after researchers said the company’s platform used weak authentication that made it possible for adversaries to join active meetings. The issue