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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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Jeff Bezos’ Investigators Believe Saudi Arabia Accessed His Phone

Jeff Bezos' Investigators Believe Saudia Arabia Accessed His Phone

But They Are Unable to Prove That Kingdom gave AMI the Images The revelation that The National Enquirer, who has gained intimate texts and the images between the Jeff Bezos the CEO Amazong and Lauren Sanches, Jeff Bezos than ordered an investigation into who was behind the data breach. In a Post on The Daily Beast, Jeff Bezos’ security consultant …

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2 Million or More Credit Card Stolen From Earl Enterprise Restaurants

2 Million or More Credit Card Stolen From Earl Enterprise Restaurants

More than 2 million credit cards numbers have been stolen from the Earl Enterprise restaurants in just 10 month breach. Customers from some Planet Hollywood, Buca di Beppo, Earl of Sandwich and Other Locations were Impacted. The head company of restaurants like Planet Hollywood, Buca di Beppo, and Mixology has confirmed that it experienced a data breach after the security …

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Telecom Fraud Scams on the Sky (AVOID PHONE SCAMS)

Telecom Fraud Scams on the Sky (AVOID PHONE SCAMS)

EU to Taxes, The law enforcement and security professionals are warning that the telecom threats are evolving as fraudsters which leverage the telecom infrastructure to conduct some sort of network based fraud attacks, according to multiple sources online. A report found out that the telecom fraud is daily increasing which is originating specially from developing countries or failed economies, multiple …

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Man Steal $122 Million from Facebook and Google by Sending Fake Bills

Man Steal $122 Million from Facebook and Google by Sending Fake Bills

Evaldas Rimasauskas a Lithuanian citizen, who successfully trick Facebook and Google into paying him a total of $122 million by forging bills and contracts. He has than successfully stole around $99 million from Facebook and $23 million from Google. This is HELL Big Amount of Money, His plan looks very simple but was actually very complicated for many to understand, …

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Facebook Admits it Stored ‘Hundreds of Millions’ Account Passwords in Plain Text

Facebook Admits it Stored 'Hundreds of Millions' Account Passwords in Plain Text

There is no chance to believe or trust these tech giant companies anymore. From 2015 till Now, These Incidents Stated that Nothing is Really Secured at All. Everything You Do Online, Whether You Think, No body would Know, You are DAM Wrong. Facebook has confirmed on Thursday in a blog post, prompted by a report by the cybersecurity reporter Brian …

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