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Researchers unearth a huge botnet army of 500,000 hacked routers

More than half a million routers and storage devices in dozens of countries have been infected with a piece of highly sophisticated IoT botnet malware, likely designed by Russia-baked state-sponsored group.

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Change Your Twitter Password Immediately, Bug Exposes Passwords in Plaintext

Twitter is urging all of its 330 million users to change their passwords after a software glitch unintentionally exposed its users' passwords by storing them in readable text on its internal computer system.

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Microsoft Issues Emergency Patch For Critical Flaw In Windows Containers

Just a few days prior to its monthly patch release, Microsoft released an emergency patch for a critical vulnerability in the Windows Host Compute Service Shim (hcsshim) library that could allow remote attackers to run malicious code on Windows computers.

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Hackers build a 'Master Key' that unlocks millions of Hotel rooms

If you often leave your valuable and expensive stuff like laptop and passports in the hotel rooms, then beware. Your room can be unlocked by not only a malicious staff having access to the master key, but also by an outsider.

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Third Critical Drupal Flaw Discovered—Patch Your Sites Immediately

As notified in advance two days back, Drupal has now released new versions of its software to patch yet another critical remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability, affecting its Drupal 7 and 8 core.

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Google Redesigns Gmail – Here's a List of Amazing New Features

Google has finally been rolling out its new massively redesigned Gmail for desktop and mobile to 1.4 billion of users worldwide, which might be the most significant single upgrade in Gmail's history.

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Flaw in LinkedIn AutoFill Plugin Lets Third-Party Sites Steal Your Data

Not just Facebook, a new vulnerability discovered in Linkedin's popular AutoFill functionality found leaking its users' sensitive information to third party websites without the user even knowing about it.

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Microsoft's Meltdown Patch Made Windows 7 PCs More Insecure

Meltdown CPU vulnerability was bad, and Microsoft somehow made the flaw even worse on its Windows 7, allowing any unprivileged, user-level application to read content from and even write data to the operating system's kernel memory.

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Windows Remote Assistance Exploit Lets Hackers Steal Sensitive Files

You have always been warned not to share remote access to your computer with untrusted people for any reason—it's a basic cybersecurity advice, and common sense, right? But what if, I say you should not even trust anyone who invites or offer you full remote access to their computers.

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Plugins for Popular Text Editors Could Help Hackers Gain Elevated Privileges

Whether you're a developer, designer or a writer, a good text editor always help you save time and make you work more efficiently.

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