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FBI Warns of New Online Threat to Personal, Credit Card Information

FBI Warns of New Online Threat to Personal, Credit Card Information

Federal Bureau of Investigation has a consumer warning for shoppers. Hidden skimming devices (commonly thought to be attached to gas station pumps and ATMs) have gone high-tech. Herb Stapleton, the chief for the FBI’s cyber division told in an interview to CNBC that “It’s hard to put really — definite numbers around it. But one thing we know for sure …

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1000+ WordPress sites Hacked in Scam Campaign

1000+ WordPress sites Hacked in Scam Campaign

According to cybersecurity research, More than 2000 WordPress websites have been hacked as part of a campaign to redirect visitors of sites to a number of scam sites. Which contain unwanted notification subscriptions, Fake Adobe Flash downloads, Fake surveys, and even giveaways. Last week they have detected this hacking campaign. The security firm Sucuri first identified the hacking campaign when …

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Yes, Your TikTok Account Can Be Hacked

Yes, Your TikTok Account Can Be Hacked

In 2019, TikTok was the third most popular app in the world. It was developed by the well-known Chinese company “ByteDance”. TikTok was release in September 2016. In Pakistan, the app TikTok is very famous nowadays. Students of the school, college, university, celebrates such as Iqra Aziz, Hania Amir and so more are involved in this video-sharing app. Infect, there …

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Twitter Vulnerability Could Let Hackers Take Over Your Smartphone

Twitter Vulnerability Could Let Hackers Take Over Your Smartphone

Twitter privacy blog, Twitter recently advertised an announcement cum apology for a critical vulnerability that the platform found in its android application. The platform on social media has always been very fast at fixing privacy problems. Actually, the same time was no different, the vulnerability has been tackled before the recent post was advertised. According to Twitter, the same vulnerability …

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Google Maps Tracks Everywhere You Go. Here’s How to Automatically Delete What it Stores

Google Maps Tracks Everywhere You Go. Here's How to Automatically Delete What it Stores

Google Maps tracks everywhere you go. There’s a tool that lets you automatically delete your location data from Google’s servers after a preset amount of time. This prevents Google from automatically logging years of your location data on its servers. Suppose if you are not going to configure Google Maps in your Smartphone properly, so Google will automatically keep a …

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Twitter Planning to Delete All Inactive User Accounts With Unverified Emails

Twitter Planning to Delete All Inactive User Accounts With Unverified Emails

In order to free up usernames, finally the social network company Twitter has decided to deactivate inactive Twitter accounts. First, they will send a warning email to the owners of Twitter accounts that have not been logged into for the past six months. Twitter initially declared that they will begin removing the inactive Twitter accounts by 11th December 2019. Twitter’s …

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Thousands of hacked Disney+ accounts are already for sale on hacking forums

Thousands of hacked Disney+ accounts are already for sale on hacking forums

Hackers started hijacking accounts after the television network (Disney+) launched earlier this week. According to a recent report hackers didn’t waste any time and just started hijacking Disney+ user accounts hours after they launched the service. Lots of these accounts are now being offered for free on hacking forums and available for sale from $3 to $11, A investigation has …

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The World’s Smallest Camera Is The Size Of A Grain Of Sand

The world's smallest camera is the size of a grain of sand-min

Omnivision, The Company of California has recently developed the world’s tiniest imaging camera, Omnivision is winning the world Guinness record for it. The world tiniest camera is sized at 0.575mm which is equivalent to a grain of sand. This tiniest camera sensor delivers a 40,000-pixel colorful image while using its RGB Bayer chip. The camera has a 1/36 inch optical …

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