Archive for the ‘Breaking’ category

  1. What Google Search Console Security Warning Means for You

    Security warnings in Google Search Console (GSC) can be scary. Your site can be flagged for hosting malware, unwanted software, or for being hacked. This can cause serious problems for your organization or business. Google Search Console security warning probably means your site is harming users, which can lead to Google taking action against your […]

  2. Carnegie Mellon Ordered to Hack Tor by Feds

    In November, Motherboard reported that a ”college based organization research foundation” provide for the information Government Agency of Examination that incited the recognizing confirmation of criminal suspects on the affirmed faint web. Coincidental affirmation showed that body being the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) OF Carnegie Mellon School (CMU). After a media-storm, CMU conveyed a purposely […]

  3. Linux Mint, Hackers have Taken Control

    When perusing the internet, most people think they are safe as long as they are downloading information from a site that is trusted. However, it is imperative to consider the possibility that some of the files are not actually from the site itself, but rather look alike files from a would be hacker. See the […]

  4. Best Reverse Image Search Tools

    Sometimes you come across a nice image of a car or bike but discover that it is not clearly visible. You would like to find more details about it but the image is hardly visible, and you do not know it. It does get frustrating at this point and the most common reaction is to […]

  5. Best Teamviewer Alternative

    Using a remote desktop app is a fantastic way to manage files on desktops from any location while troubleshooting issues. It also helps speed up deployments in many of today’s businesses, as most data centers in industrial applications are configured remotely. The right remote desktop access tool can connect you with your friends and family […]

  6. Best Evernote Alternatives 2016

    If you’re the type that forgets things easily then you don’t need to be told how helpful note-taking throughout the day can be. This is especially true if you’re a busy professional. When you are multi-tasking the taking notes becomes more of a ‘must-do’ activity rather than just a suggestion. Most people who have already […]

  7. Talk Talk Hacker Just a Teen?

    A fifteen year old boy has been arrested in Northern Ireland in relation to the hacking of Talk Talk website last week. However, he has since been released on bail till further enquiries are completed. Metropolitan police searched a County Amin House on Monday and arrested the young boy on basis of Computer Misuse Act […]

  8. Brand New Flash Zero Day Used in Campaign

    Researchers from antivirus company Trend Micro have discovered that attackers behind Pawnstorm campaign are using a new Adobe Flash Zero-Day exploit in their latest campaign. Pawnstorm is a cyber-espionage campaign that has been going on for a long time. It is known for its high-profile targets and uses the first java zero-day exploit that’s been […]

  9. America’s Thrift Stores hacked

    America’s Thrift Stores, a company known to operate donation-based stores around southeast United States was hacked. The company officials became aware of the credit card breach at America’s Thrift Stores which was malware driven, to be possible via a third party software and service provider.

  10. Apple App Stores Day of Reckoning is Here

    Apple’s Iphone has been known for many things including their UX, Camera and App Store.