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Gmail hacked. Millions of Gmail accounts and passwords have appeared on the internet

Gmail was hacked today, about 5 million gmail accounts were published on Bitcoin Security Forum Russian hackers. Alarming news this morning for those who have Gmail account. Russian hackers have published no less than 5 million users and passwords, but it seems we do not have serious

iCloud hacked, Dozens of nude photos with Jennifer Lawrence were stolen

iCloud service was hacked today. A hacker claims to have managed to take possession of nude photos of several celebrities. The anonymous hacker, called Tristan, dumped a large cache of female celebrities photographs onto the 4chan online forum, an online message board used for sharing pictures. The

Intel Announces Self-Encrypting SSDs For Business

Intel announced the self encrypting solid state disk (SSD) Pro 2500 series, which is aimed to be more secure against data breaches. With this new SSD product, Intel targets the business of all sizes. NEWS HIGHLIGHTS By increasing performance and limiting downtime, the Intel® SSD Pro 2500

Freshome Facebook Page Hacked, Page Verified asked to take ownership

Freshome Facebook page was hacked today. A facebook user called Verified Page has requested to take ownership of the page. Freshome lost in this way it’s 1 million users Facebook Page Account. The Freshome team received a strange notification on the Facebook page saying that: Page verified

Brasil World Cup Security Center WiFi Password Revealed

Brasil Football World Cup Security Center accidentally leaked Wi-Fi Credentials from the Security Center of the most famous game event in the world, The FIFA World Cup. They have offered to cybercriminals the opportunity to carry out man-in-the-middle ( MITM ) attacks to break into their network

eBay hacked last week after a massive cyberattack

There are 5 days since eBay was hacked after a massive cyber attack. This attack compromised a large number of users’ personal information. Ebay is one of the world’s largest online marketplaces, they claimed 128 million active users worldwide. The group, which also owns PayPal website claimed

2014 Internet Security Threat Report

Symantec has released it’s 2014 Internet Security Threat Report. This vulnerability report presents an overview and analysis of the year in global threat activity. They reached volume 19 with this threat report. The report is based on data from the Symantec Global Intelligence Network, which Symantec’s analysts

Heartbleed security bug in OpenSSL affected over a half of the internet

Heartbleed bug was discovered in OpenSSL. OpenSSL is an open-source implementation of the SSL and TLS protocols. The core library is written in the C programming language. OpenSSL implements the basic cryptographic functions and provides various utility functions. This bug allows random reading of servers memory in

Snoopy drone can hack your smartphone when you’re on street

Snoopy is a distributed tracking and profiling framework. According to the British experts from Sensepost Security, the project called Snoopy demonstrates the danger of using drones without clear rules. Sensepost created a distributed tracking and data interception framework, which performs simple tracking, real-time and historical profiling of

Facebook launches Hack Lang, a new programming language for HHVM

Yesterday, Facebook officially announced on it’s blog the Hack Language. Hack Lang is a programming language that Facebook deployed for HHVM, a programming language that interoperates seamlessly with PHP. The main feature of the Hack Language is the fast development of PHP with the discipline provided by