Backdoor Password | Aprox 200K Online Home Routers Affected Worldwide
Mar01

Backdoor Password | Aprox 200K Online Home Routers Affected Worldwide

There are more than 3 Billion internet users  of internet worldwide. With the growth of internet users, home router sales  also has increased. But sadly the security risk in home routers has been raised rapidly. There is ongoing war between Red Team and Black team. They both are trying to break the security of the home router. Previously, different security issues have been identified in home router by security researchers and  nobody...

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You’ve Got to Trust Your Vm Host
Feb20

You’ve Got to Trust Your Vm Host

Or: Why Disc Encryption Won’t Save YouThere’s a persistent meme floating around that full-disc encryption ofyour VM’s discs will … If you have content you need protecting from prying eyes who might have access to your VM host, disc encryption will only help you if you can switch your VM off before they get there. A dedicated host would do better, if you’ve got a working case alarm to cut the power when anyone opens it. Read more...

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Bypassing Windows’ 10 Protections using a Single Bit
Feb11

Bypassing Windows’ 10 Protections using a Single Bit

Introduction Today, Microsoft released their latest Patch Tuesday. This Patch includes a fix for vulnerability CVE-2015-0057, an IMPORTANT-rated exploitable vulnerability which we responsibly disclosed to Microsoft a few months ago. As part of our research, we revealed this privilege escalation vulnerability which, if exploited, enables a threat actor to complete control of a Windows machine. In other words, a threat actor that gains...

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Secure OS Qubes fixes security bugs, confirms no government backdoors
Jan06

Secure OS Qubes fixes security bugs, confirms no government backdoors

Qubes. a Fedora-based OS that aims to improve desktop security through virtualised isolated environments, has released two fixes for “security problems” and its first statement confirming that it hasn’t been ordered by a government to install a backdoor. Running a highly secure desktop OS that’s difficult to manage might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but in a world where there are reasons to fear government-ordered backdoors,...

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Invasive phone tracking: New SS7 research blows the lid off mobile security
Dec30

Invasive phone tracking: New SS7 research blows the lid off mobile security

Hacker conference Chaos Communication Congress 31c3 is under way in Hamburg, Germany right now where three SS7 talks have revealed the ease of invasive cell phone surveillance. Read...

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Over 9,000 PCs in Australia infected by TorrentLocker ransomware
Dec18

Over 9,000 PCs in Australia infected by TorrentLocker ransomware

Cybercriminals behind the TorrenLocker malware may have earned as much as $585,000 over several months from 39,000 PC infections worldwide, of which over 9,000 were from Australia. If you’re a Windows user in Australia who’s had their files encrypted by hackers after visiting a bogus Australia Post website, chances are you were infected by TorrentLocker and may have contributed to the tens of thousands of dollars likely to have come...

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