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Megaupload Taking Legal Action Against Hong Kong

BY Keane J.

Megaupload is launching legal action against the Hong Kong government in a bid to unfreeze its assets, which were shut down over two years when the site was closed. The infamous file sharing site says it wants to help users to access their files, which were all confiscated after the raid on the site and…

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Yet Another iOS HTTPS Bug Pops Up in the Wild

BY Chris Stobing

Apple has revealed a new type of HTTPS attack on its iOS and OSX platforms, one which was able to mimic the encrypted handshake system on each device and employ standard man-in-the-middle tactics to collect information on communications between two separate systems. According to security experts at the company, the attack itself was relatively simple…

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5 Sneakiest Hacking Attacks You Should Know About

BY Paul Nash

As you probably know, hacking attacks are rampant these days and those trying to access personal and sensitive information are not choosing whom to target next. Individuals regardless of race or status, companies and corporations big and small are all potential victims to hacking activities or unauthorized accesses. As a matter of fact, it was…

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New Attach-ception Style Malware Found in the Wild
BY Chris Stobing

This week, TrendMicro posted a blog which claimed they had stumbled across a new breed of malware distribution which attempts to duck standard scanning services by burying their program two layers deep. Instead of creating fake attachments that contain malware on their own, this new variant on the old attack vector decides to go one…

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Anonymous Launches Attacks on Israeli Sites
BY Keane J.

Anonymous are back at it again with #OpIsrael, a widespread attack on Israeli websites. The hacks were carried out throughout Monday and leaked information from different sites, including stealing passwords from Toyota’s Israeli site. The mysterious hacktivist outfit have spoken before in favor of Palestine. The group posted the passwords and other information in notices…

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Hackers Could Unlock Your Tesla Car
BY Keane J.

The Tesla Model S car needs more reinforced security technology or else it will be exploited. That’s according to Nitesh Dhanjani, a security consultant and author, that has drawn attention to flaws in the system that could allow a hacker to remotely locate the car and unlock the doors. While the attacker would not be…

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