Hackers

Anonymous leader turns legitimate, works for cybersecurity

Anonymous leader turns legitimate, works for cybersecurity

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A technology company had fallen prey to the wiles of Hector Monsegur, the most notorious cybercriminal for Anonymous when the crook had successfully waged a phishing scam on twelve of the company’s newly hired employees in its IT department. Their names had been meticulously selected out…

Ludicrous CIA Election malware takes $50 to vote, quite absurd

Ludicrous CIA Election malware takes $50 to vote, quite absurd

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An election malware has been discovered by a certain malware detection team just recently. This software menace invades your computer system by shutting down all your processes and puts a seemingly scary message on your screen. The annoying popup message would ask you to pay…

Top 5 malware threats and complete removal guide to clean infected device

Hackers use common devices to attack U.S. websites with malware

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The robots are invading the online world. They are riding on common household electronic items to get in to a consumer’s computer system. It is like another Trojan war strategy for this digital age. There has been a massive denial-of-service attacks played on several major…