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Hacker who hacked professional hacking company Cellebrite has just published its hacking tools
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Hacker who hacked professional hacking company Cellebrite has just published its hacking tools

The hacker who hacked professional hacking company Cellebrite has just released a data dump containing some of Cellebrite’s hacking tools.

Anonymous issues guide to hacking Trump's beloved Android phone, and it's easier than you might think
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Anonymous issues guide to hacking Trump's beloved Android phone, and it's easier than you might think

Hacker collective Anonymous has just issued a simple guide to hacking Trump’s phone. A guide that literally anyone can follow.

Hacker hacks data of Israeli smartphone hacking company Cellebrite
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Hacker hacks data of Israeli smartphone hacking company Cellebrite

The user data of Cellebrite stored in a legacy server were compromised by an unknown hacker.

By threatening Donald Trump, Anonymous is doing our dirty laundry for us, and that isn't right
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By threatening Donald Trump, Anonymous is doing our dirty laundry for us, and that isn't right

Anonymous has publicly proclaimed that Donald Trump will regret the next 4 years in office, that they will expose all his dirty secrets.

Ransomware: Over 27,000 databases managed by MongoDB held to ransom; 99,000 still vulnerable
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Ransomware: Over 27,000 databases managed by MongoDB held to ransom; 99,000 still vulnerable

Tens of thousands of online databases have been breached by what appears to be a single hacker or group of hackers. The databases in question appear to be managed by MongoDB, a database application.

Netflix's US account gets hacked by popular hacker group OurMine
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Netflix's US account gets hacked by popular hacker group OurMine

The news was confirmed after the account tweeted several messages mentioning OurMine.

Lynda.com suffers breach, 55,000 credentials stolen; but there's little to worry about
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Lynda.com suffers breach, 55,000 credentials stolen; but there's little to worry about

Lynda.com, famous for its exceptional training courses was recently hacked. Reportedly, 55,000 credentials and information pertaining to course selection was stolen.

India's cyber security issues can be fixed, but it will require a determined and focus approach: ex-CEO of NIXI
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India's cyber security issues can be fixed, but it will require a determined and focus approach: ex-CEO of NIXI

If a bunch of kids can breach India’s government servers and facilities, what defence do we have against a state-sponsored attack?

Agency in place to ensure security of voting machines hacked after November elections
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Agency in place to ensure security of voting machines hacked after November elections

The U.S. agency charged with ensuring that voting machines meet security standards was itself penetrated by a hacker after the November elections, according to a security firm working with law enforcement on the matter.

Legion hacker group: Here's what we can learn from their hacking campaign
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Legion hacker group: Here's what we can learn from their hacking campaign

Legion is merely pointing out the holes in the system that would allow threat actors and malicious agents to compromise the data of people.

Legion hacker group: They've got nothing to do with Anonymous, for now
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Legion hacker group: They've got nothing to do with Anonymous, for now

Think hacker and you’ll think Anonymous. It is but natural, given the name that this hacktivist network has made for itself in the past. However, it’s important to note that not all hackers/hacktivists are associated with Anonymous.

Demonetisation: security experts warn that ATMs are easy targets for hackers
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Demonetisation: security experts warn that ATMs are easy targets for hackers

Following the demonetisation move, a top executive of Intel Security has warned that ATMs in India are susceptible to security breaches.

Malware allows hackers to use headphones as microphones to spy on you
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Malware allows hackers to use headphones as microphones to spy on you

Malware that can covertly transform headphones into a pair of microphones can turn your personal computer into a perpetual eavesdropping device, warn researcher.

With only 250 convictions, India’s cybercrime conviction rate remains abysmally low
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With only 250 convictions, India’s cybercrime conviction rate remains abysmally low

Data released recently by the National Crimes Records Bureau of India reveals that India’s rate of conviction for cybercrime remains abysmally low.

Fake call centre scam: Mastermind Thakkar's 'mentor' Jagdish Kanani arrested in Mumbai
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Fake call centre scam: Mastermind Thakkar's 'mentor' Jagdish Kanani arrested in Mumbai

A Mumbai businessman who 'mentored' Sagar Thakkar alias Shaggy, the alleged mastermind of the multi-million dollar fake call center racket, wherein US-based taxpayers were allegedly conned by Indian tele-callers, has been arrested, police said on Monday.

OurMine hacked BuzzFeed News, defaced multiple articles and left cryptic messages on the site
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OurMine hacked BuzzFeed News, defaced multiple articles and left cryptic messages on the site

BuzzFeed’s news site, BuzzFeedNews has reportedly been breached by hacker group OurMine.

Digital security firm Gemalto reveals data breaches increased by 15 percent since 2015
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Digital security firm Gemalto reveals data breaches increased by 15 percent since 2015

A digital security firm has revealed that the incidence of reported data breaches has risen by 15 percent in the first half of 2016 as compared to the second half of 2015.

Yahoo data breach: What does it mean for you?
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Yahoo data breach: What does it mean for you?

Yahoo has finally acknowledged a 2014 hack of their servers that resulted in the leak of login information belonging to an estimated 500 million users.

Hacker breaks into electronic safes without a trace at Defcon
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Hacker breaks into electronic safes without a trace at Defcon

A hacker demonstrated techniques to compromise electronic safes with cryptographic locks at the Defcon hacking conference.

Lizard Squad uses CCTVs to launch DDoS attacks against websites
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Lizard Squad uses CCTVs to launch DDoS attacks against websites

Arbor Networks, a cyber-security firm has discovered that the infamous Lizard Squad collective has been using compromised IoT devices, including CCTVs, to launch DDOS attacks against websites and take them down.