Security

Guy Arrested For Creating ‘Custom’ Linux Distro For ISIS

FBI has arrested a 20-year-old student from Chicago, US, for trying to help the infamous terrorist group ISIS spread their propaganda. The young man...

“Fake” Windows 10 Update Installs “Cyborg” Ransomware

The latest Windows 10 November 2019 Update has begun rolling out for users. But some evil minds didn't spend much time in taking advantage...

Android Flaw Lets Camera Spy On You Even When Your Phone...

A security flaw in Android OS makes it possible for rogue apps to hijack a user's smartphone camera and take pictures, record video, audio,...

NextCry Ransomware Encrypts Files On NextCloud Linux Servers

NextCry ransomware is a new malware that has been spotted in the wild targeting files of clients who use Nextcloud file sync and share...

Chinese Hackers Win $382,500 For Hacking KVM On Ubuntu, Edge, Adobe...

In 2018, the Chinese government barred Chinese security researchers from participating in hacking contests in foreign countries in a bid to keep the knowledge...

Hackers Are Using ‘Donald Trump Screen Of Death’ To Spread Malware

Hackers are going crazy with malware campaigns of ransomware, screen lockers, remote access trojan that use political figures to attract victims, according to Cisco...

5G Is Prone To Around 11 Security Flaws And We’re Worried

While 5G hasn't fully arrived everywhere, we believe it will be better, faster, and more secure than its previous generation. However, new research suggests...

Facebook App Caught Using iPhone’s Camera As User Scrolls Feed

A Twitter user @JoshuaMaddux has been making rounds in the news after he spotted Facebook's iPhone app using the device's camera when not required....

Microsoft Confirms Linux Will Get Microsoft Defender ATP Antivirus In 2020

Microsoft is working to bring its popular Microsoft Defender ATP antivirus to the Linux operating system. At its Ignite Conference, the Windows-maker company will...

Beware! World’s Most Notorious Hacking Group Launches New Trojan

Platinum, the infamous Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) group, has launched a new backdoor trojan named Titanium that has advanced capabilities of taking complete control...