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14 May 2019

Facebook sues Analytics Firm Rankwave for abusing its developer platform's data.

Facebook revealed last Friday that it has filed a lawsuit against South Korean analytics firm Rankwave...

14 May 2019

Attacking SHA-1 hashing algorithm just got a lot more dangerous with the discovery of the first-ever "chosen-prefix" collision attack.

The chosen-prefix attack is a more practical version of the SHA-1...

10 May 2019

eyeDisk secure USB Flash Drive hackable, according to the findings of Pen Test Partners, a U.K.-based cybersecurity firm.

The "unhackable" eyeDisk, an allegedly secure USB flash drive, that uses iris recognition to unlock and decrypt the device, is in fact hackable.

In its...

10 May 2019

Microsoft SharePoint servers attacked by hackers trying to gain access to corporate and government networks.

Canadian and Saudi cybersecurity agencies warns that hacker groups are actively attacking Microsoft SharePoint servers, to exploit a recently patched vulnerability.


10 May 2019

SSDs price per GB will fall by the end of 2019 according to research by DRAMeXchange, a division of  TrendForce.

The NAND flash industry...

10 May 2019

FCC blocks China Mobile from operating in the U.S.

China Mobile, submitted an application back in 2011, requesting permission to provide telecom services in the U.S.

This included connecting calls between the U.S. and the vast majority of countries, which would involve...

9 May 2019

Ever app branding warm and fuzzy until you discover its real intent.

Millions of people uploaded photos to the Ever app, then the company used them to develop facial recognition tools.

Now, something labeled "free", usually attracts a certain kind of people.

In April, NBC...

8 May 2019

Airbnb superhost used hidden camera in the bedroom.

A man in eastern China, had placed a hidden camera in the bedroom he rented out on the home-sharing platform Airbnb.

He was listed on the platform as a “Superhost” – an experienced host regarded as a shining example, but police...

8 May 2019

Hackers steal seven thousand bitcoins from Biance.

In a statement, the company said hackers had stolen API keys, two-factor codes and other information in the attack.

Binance traced the cryptocurrency theft,...

8 May 2019

Windows fanboys will have Linux surprise.

WSL 2 is a new version of the architecture that powers the Windows Subsystem for Linux to run ELF64 Linux binaries on Windows.

This new architecture changes how these Linux binaries interact with Windows and your computer’s hardware, but...

8 May 2019

Social media apps wrecking childrens life according to several studies.

A new study says that spending more than two hours a day on social media is tied to perceived loneliness.

However, researchers from the...

7 May 2019

Google finally updates Android distribution dashboard.

After more than six months of no updates, Google has finally updated its Android distribution data.

Android Pie, the latest version of Google’s mobile operating system, has passed the 10% adoption mark.

Google finally...

7 May 2019

WordPress recieves improved security features, with the latest official version 5.2.

Included are support for cryptographically-signed updates, support for a modern cryptography library, a Site Health section in the admin panel backend, and a feature that will act as a White-Screen-of-...

7 May 2019

Electronic Arts unlimited game subscription coming to PS4 in July, 2019.

Almost five years after it launched on the Xbox One, Electronic Arts' unlimited game subscription service that lets players access a massive library of EA games, is finally coming to the PlayStation 4.


6 May 2019

Facebook secret crush feature, let's you tell the service that you have a "secret crush" on up to nine of your Facebook friends.

There is no swiping like Tinder etc, instead potential matches are suggested on a basis of dating preferences, interests and events.

Otherwise, it’s not...

5 May 2019

Hacker wiping Git repositories and asks the victims for payment, in exhange for not releasing the code in public or using it.

The victims, are asked to pay the ransom in ten days or suffer the consequences.

The attacks started on May the 3rd and seem to be coordinated across the...

5 May 2019

Mozilla add-on policies update ban obfuscated code.

The new add-on policies update will come into effect as of the 10th of June.

Add-ons extend the core capabilities of Firefox, enabling users to modify and personalize their web experience.

A healthy ecosystem, built on...

4 May 2019

Dark Web Wall Street market seized by police after one of its moderators leaked backend user credentials.

German police, together with Europol and law enforcement agencies from the US, the Netherlands, and France, have seized the servers of a dark web marketplace known as the Wall Street...

4 May 2019

Mozilla Firefox add-ons not Installing anymore, a problem which began with the latest update.

Yesterday I discovered all my add-ons had been removed after getting the latest Firefox update.


3 May 2019

United States pressing allies to limit Chinese telecom equipment.

Representatives from 30 European Union, NATO and countries such as the United States, Germany, Japan and Australia attended the meeting to hash out an outline of practices that could form a coordinated approach to shared...



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