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What Are Ransomware Attacks? — How To Avoid Them And Tools...

What are Ransomware Attacks?  — They are one of the most notorious malware floating around the internet. Actually they are a piece of software that locks...
Dell Introducing New BIOS Security Tool

Dell Introducing New BIOS Security Tool To Make Its Laptops Harder...

Hacking attacks that comes from bootkit malware is one of the hardest security threat to resolve, for trained professionals. Even wiping your harddrive and reinstalling...
Skype Now Hides IP Address

Skype Now Hides IP Address By Default In PC And Mobile

With new update Skype will now hides IP address by default in PC and mobile. This measure will help prevent individuals from obtaining a...
What is a Zero-Day ? How Zero-Day Vulnerability differ from Zero-Day Exploit ?

What is a Zero-Day ? How Zero-Day Vulnerability differ from Zero-Day...

This article will explain you about two zones of Zero-Day - Zero-Day Vulnerability,Zero-Day Exploit or Zero-Day Attack. We come across this "Zero-Day" word in many security...
Antivirus Tools Are Not Good Enough To Protect Your System

Antivirus Tools Are Not Good Enough To Protect Your System, Says...

Antivirus tools — ones of the important piece of software that promise to protect our system from viruses,malwares and various cyber attacks . But...
eelo smartphone

Eelo — New privacy-enabled Android-based operating system without Google footprints

Meet eelo — the mobile operating system based on Android to create privacy-enabled smartphones — a gift from the open-source community. The Linux enthusiast...
This Arduino-powered door automatically locks whenever you opens browser incognito mode

This Arduino-powered door automatically locks whenever you opens browser incognito mode

In Google Chrome - How do you go into private browsing? I think everyone knows the answer : If you don’t want Google Chrome to save a...
Google Has Rewarded Over $6 Million To Security Researchers Since 2010

Google Has Rewarded Over $6 Million To Security Researchers Since 2010...

Google recently announced that it has paid over $6 million to security researchers since launching its bug bounty program in 2010. Google claims that financial rewards...

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