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New Android Malware Disguised as Uber App

Last time Uber was in news for hiding massive data breach of 75 million accounts from its users and paying $100,000 to the culprits. Now, the IT security researchers at Symantec have discovered malware that secretly spies upon Uber’s Android app and extracts private, sensitive data such as users’ passwords. This allows attackers to hijack the accounts owned by Uber users and has been dubbed as Android.Fakeapp.

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Cryptocurrency Mining Scripts Now Run Even After You Close Your Browser

Some websites have found using a simple yet effective technique to keep their cryptocurrency mining javascript secretly running in the background even when you close your web browser.

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Google to Block Third-Party Software from Injecting Code into Chrome Browser

To improve performance and reduce crashes caused by third-party software on Windows, Google Chrome, by mid-2018, will no longer allow outside applications to run code within its web browser.

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macOS High Sierra Bug Lets Anyone Gain Root Access Without a Password

If you own a Mac computer and run the latest version of Apple's operating system, macOS High Sierra, then you need to be extra careful with your computer.

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Hackers Exploit Recently Disclosed Microsoft Office Bug to Backdoor PCs

A recently disclosed severe 17-year-old vulnerability in Microsoft Office that lets hackers install malware on targeted computers without user interaction is now being exploited in the wild to distribute a backdoor malware. A recently disclosed severe 17-year-old vulnerability in Microsoft Office that lets hackers install malware on targeted computers without user interaction is now being exploited in the wild to distribute a backdoor malware. A recently disclosed severe 17-year-old vulnerability in Microsoft Office that lets hackers install malware on targeted computers without user interaction is now being exploited in the wild to distribute a backdoor malware.

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Remotely Exploitable Flaw Found In HP Enterprise Printers—Patch Now

Security researchers have discovered a potentially dangerous vulnerability in the firmware of various Hewlett Packard (HP) enterprise printer models that could be abused by attackers to run arbitrary code on affected printer models remotely.

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Over 400 Popular Sites Record Your Every Keystroke and Mouse Movement

How many times it has happened to you when you look for something online and the next moment you find its advertisement on almost every other web page or social media site you visit?

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BankBot Returns On Play Store – A Never Ending Android Malware Story

Even after so many efforts by Google for making its Play Store away from malware, shady apps somehow managed to fool its anti-malware protections and infect people with malicious software.

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Highly Critical Flaw (CVSS Score 10) Lets Hackers Hijack Oracle Identity Manager

A highly critical vulnerability has been discovered in Oracle's enterprise identity management system that can be easily exploited by remote, unauthenticated attackers to take full control over the affected systems.

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Firefox 58 to Block Canvas Browser Fingerprinting By Default to Stop Online Tracking

Do you know? Thousands of websites use HTML5 Canvas—a method supported by all major browsers that allow websites to dynamically draw graphics on web pages—to track and potentially identify users across the websites by secretly fingerprinting their web browsers.

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