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Find out What Websites are Built With and Check Competitors Relationship Profile

Find out What Websites are Built With and Check Competitors Relationship Profile

Today, I am going to introduce you all a very interested tool, that is going to give you an overview of any websites, what websites are built with and also you will be able to easily check out the different websites that the same website owners owns. You will also be able to check out the website owner Google Analytics …

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What You are About to Hear can be Scary and Frightening [David ICKE]

What You are About to Hear can be Scary and Frightening [David ICKE]

By 2030, the connections will be starting to be made between AI and the human brain. David ICKE We have been through a process of preparation of getting people, first of all, stage 1, addicted to technology that they hold. Holdables, Smartphone, Tablets. I mean, that’s basically achieved you just need to walk through a city and you see them. …

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$40 Million in Bitcoin Stolen in ‘Large Scale’ Hack [UPDATED]

$40 Million in Bitcoin Stolen in 'Large Scale' Hack [UPDATED]

Cyrptocurrency exchange Binance has confirmed large scale data breach, in which the attackers have stolen more than $40 million in cryptocurrency. In a official statement, the company has said that the malicious hackers have stolen their API keys, two-factor codes and other information in the attack. Binance has traced the cryptocurrency theft — more than 7,000 bitcoins at the time …

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Russia Uses Social Media to Gather Public Opinions

Russia Uses Social Media to Gather Public Opinions

Russia is again working to interfere in elections around the world and is currently working on spreading misleading information via social media of the EU parliamentary election at the end of May, according to new data from SafeGuard Cyber. Malicious actors, which are defined in the report as individuals, bots, trolls and hybrids, to simply influence the public’s perception of …

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New Phishing Method in Google Chrome For Mobile on Android

In a recent blog post published earlier this week, developer James Fisher have disclosed a new phishing method that was found in Google Chrome for Mobile on Android, Which hides the URL bar in Chrome. After hiding the URL bar, the browser “passes the URL bar’s screen space to the web page. Because the user associates this screen space with …

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UK’s Recent Lists of Top Worst & Most Hacked Password Combination

UK's Recent Lists of Top Worst & Most Hacked Password Combination

You will be amazed of these very easy to guess passwords that are used; some of these names includes, Soccer Players, Musicians and Fictional Characters. These are some of the worst passwords of the year, according to the U.K. Government National Cyber Security Center. But the worst of all the password is “123456“, Most used and hacked password ever. It’s …

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Hacker Stole Thousands of Documents from Mexico’s Embassy

Hacker Stole Thousands of Documents from Mexico's Embassy

A malicious guy, who has hacked and stolen thousands of sensitive documents from Mexico’s embassy in Guatemala and than posted them online. Mexican Embassy data which ranges from passports to other sensitive information 4.8k documents and thousands of records now public https://t.co/W2ObfGtxN6#hacked #databreach pic.twitter.com/jYsIys4mZJ — Taylor (@0x55Taylor) April 15, 2019 The attacker, who has put the sensitive documents online have …

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Facebook Admits Password Leak Affected ‘Millions’ of Instagram Users

Facebook Admits Password Leak Affected 'Millions' of Instagram Users

Finally Facebook Admits that Millions of Instagram Users are Affected with the Password Leak. Additional Logs of Instagram Passwords Stored in Readable Format. Few Weeks Back Facebook Admits it Stored ‘Hundreds of Millions’ Account Password in Plain Text. Facebook has finally confirmed that password security incident, which occurred last month has affected “millions” of Instagram users, not “tens of Thousands”. …

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Facebook is the Home for 74 Black Market Groups

The researchers at CISCO TALOS, which has detected unusual activity of 70 Facebook groups, which were found out to be selling black market cyber fraud services. Some of these services have been managed to remain on Facebook for around eight years or more, according to a TALOS INTELLIGENCE blog post. Researchers have been investigating for several months to investigate the …

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Security Researchers Found 540 Million Facebook Users Records on Exposed Servers

Security Researchers Found 540 Million Facebook Users Records on Exposed Servers

The security researchers have found hundreds of million of Facebook users records, which were found on an exposed public storage servers. According to researchers at security firm UpGuard, “Two Batches of Users Were Collected and Exposed From Two Different Third Party Companies”. According to the researchers write-up, Cultura Colective a Mexico based digital media company. which has left over 540 …

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