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Pakistani Ethical Hacker Reveals How He Exposed Android Vulnerabilities

Hackers are often viewed as modern-day pirates. While mostly true due to the security hazards they create, ethical hackers actually are very helpful in actually improving security standards. Most of these security experts perform these actions simply for the benefit of the community. Rafay Baloch is one such ethical hacker.   Baloch, also known as

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eBay Data Breach: A Big Wake-Up Call for e-Commerce Giants

eBay, the world’s largest and most used eCommerce platform, has suffered a major security breach. More than 100 million users have been affected in what has become this year’s biggest cybercrime so far. It’s still not clear how the intruders gained access to the eBay databases, but this is definitely the right time to bolster

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Mobile Sunday: Viber Encryption Troubles Putting Millions at Risk

The Viber instant messaging app has become a household name, with over 200 million downloads worldwide. This cross-platform software is also compatible with desktops and provides unique functionality. But researchers at the University of New Haven have now exposed the lack of data encryption in the popular mobile app, a serious security problem. This is

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Mobile Friday: Backdoor Exposed in Samsung Smartphones

Smartphones are getting smarter and the risks involved in using them are also getting bigger. More and more security issues are popping up in today’s mobile phones. The latest high-profile vulnerability has been exposed in a wide range of mainstream Samsung devices, sold in millions all around the world. Replicant has published a proof-of-concept software

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Coming Soon: Chameleon, A WiFi Virus That Spreads Like Flu

The diversity in malware and virus attributes is huge. New techniques are being invented all the time. Just a few months ago Hacking with Inaudible Sounds was demonstrated. Now there is Chameleon, a contagious virus that skips in between Wireless Access Points. Researchers at the University of Liverpool in the UK conducted a unique research trying to

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Mobile Friday: iOS Apps Riskier Than Android Ones

The mobile app markets are booming. More and more developers are shifting their focus towards smartphone and tablet software. Despite the common belief that Apple has the safest mobile platform, an in-depth research by Appthority has shown that iOS apps are more vulnerable than Android ones. Appthority is a leading application security analysis provider that

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BYOD Data Security Becoming Top Priority

Today’s booming technology and internet revolution has caused a new problem for CISOs and InfoSec Managers. Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is the growing phenomenon of employees bringing personal smartphones (BYOP) and laptops/tablets (BYOPC) to work, causing a wide array of communication and security issues. Most IT companies have embraced the latest technological trend, believing

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