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602 Gbps! This May Have Been the Largest DDoS Attack in History 602 Gbps! This May Have Been the Largest DDoS Attack in History

Cyber attacks are getting evil and worst nightmare for companies day-by-day, and the  Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack  is one ...

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EPIC Fail — For the Third Time, Linux Ransomware CRACKED! EPIC Fail — For the Third Time, Linux Ransomware CRACKED!

Ransomware is now a common practice for money-motivated cyber criminals. It's basically a type of software written in any system-based...

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How to become an Information Security Expert with the CISSP Certification How to become an Information Security Expert with the CISSP Certification

If you dream of making it big in the IT security community, the CISSP certification is a necessary milestone. Having this certificatio...

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Microsoft Windows 10 is now Installed on over 200 Million Devices Microsoft Windows 10 is now Installed on over 200 Million Devices

Windows 10 here, Windows 10 there, and it is everywhere. This is exactly what Microsoft dreamed of, and it seems like the company is a...

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Ransom32 — First JavaScript-powered Ransomware affecting Windows, Mac and Linux Ransom32 — First JavaScript-powered Ransomware affecting Windows, Mac and Linux

Here's New Year's first Ransomware:  Ransom32 . A new Ransomware-as-a-service, dubbed  Ransom32 , has been spotted that for th...

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Chinese Hackers tried to Take Down Tibetan Social Networking Website Chinese Hackers tried to Take Down Tibetan Social Networking Website

Tibet is an area in the  Republic of China  that has been the point of conflict for many years in China. While China believes that Tibet h...

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Another ISIS Hacker Killed by U.S Drone Strike in Syria Another ISIS Hacker Killed by U.S Drone Strike in Syria

A British-educated businessman who later joined  Islamic State (ISIS)  militant group in Syria has been killed in a US drone strike. ...

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Jail Authorities Mistakenly Early Released 3,200 Prisoners due to a Silly Software Bug Jail Authorities Mistakenly Early Released 3,200 Prisoners due to a Silly Software Bug

Washington State Department of Corrections (DoC) is facing an investigation after it early released around 3,200 prisoners per year , s...

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