Cortana Will Help You Break Your Window Pass

What can Cortana do! Well everything like providing definitions, or looking up corporations, movies, artists, or athletes and breaking your password -_- . Yeah you read this right Cortana can help break the pass of a computer and can reset it. Yeah it sounds weired You can't imagine the power of Cortana :) . Well this thing was done and reported...

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. Cisco's Talos cyber intelligence unit have discovered an advanced piece of IoT botnet malware, dubbed VPNFilter, that has been designed with versatile capabilities to gather intelligence, interfere with internet...

Siren Jack Vulnerability Could Allow Hackers to Trigger False Alarms !!!

A serious vulnerability has been exposed in Siren Jack's "emergency alert systems" that could be exploited remotely via radio frequencies to activate all the sirens, allowing hackers to trigger false alarms. The emergency alert sirens are used worldwide to alert citizens about natural disasters, man-made disasters, and emergency situations, such as dangerous weather conditions, severe storms, tornadoes and terrorist attacks. False...

BatteryGate ?!

Every month or so, Apple releases an iOS update and iPhone users would proudly update to the new software, knowing that it would help, improving the performance of the device. However a few days ago, Apple said that it artificially reduces older iPhones to accommodate the old battery. iPhone owners were always found believing that Apple would slow down...

Intel Latest Processors Have A Serious Security Flaw

Chipmaker Intel has confirmed that its latest PC and chips are prone to remote hacking. The onboard ‘Management Engine’ has several vulnerabilities that allow remote hackers to access the system and execute code under the nose of the operating system user. The flaw affects the seventh and eighth generation of Core Chips and Pentium, Celeron, Atom, and Xeon chips. The...

GoogleFined $2.7 Billion Fine for Manipulating Search Results

Google has just lost its biggest regulatory battle! Google has been hit with a record-breaking $2.7 billion fine by the European antitrust officials for unfairly manipulating search results since 2008. After a lengthy seven-year investigation that was launched in 2010 after several rivals complaint, the European Commission on Tuesday imposed this 'biggest even financial penalty' against the internet search giant for...

Smart Vaccum Cleaners Making Map Of Your Home – And Wants To Sell It

Welcome stalker fans !! What if I say that your cute, smart robotic vacuum cleaner is collecting data than just dirt? During an interview with Reuters, the CEO of iRobot, the company which manufactured Roomba device, has revealed that the robotic vacuum cleaner also builds a map of your home while cleaning — and is now planning to sell this data to...

BIOHACKING

Biohacking could be a next big thing in this smart world. At the beginning of this month, several dozen employees of Three Square Market (32M) received microchip implants in their hands during a "chip party," allowing them to log into their office computers, open doors, and pay for food and drinks, by simply waving their hands, AP reported. But, biohacking is already becoming common in Russia. It...

MS-Office Built -In Feature Can Be Exploited To Create Self Replicating Malware

Earlier this month a cyber-security researcher shared details of a security loophole with The Stalker's Security that affects all versions of Microsoft Office, allowing malicious actors to create and spread macro-based self-replicating malware. Macro-based self-replicating malware, which basically allows a macro to write more macros, is not new among hackers, but to prevent such threats, Microsoft has already introduced a...

Passwords For 540,000 Tracking Devices Leaked Online

Another day, another news about a data breach, though this is something disconcerting.   Login credentials of more than half a million records belonging to vehicle tracking device company SVR Tracking have leaked online, potentially exposing the personal data and vehicle details of drivers and businesses using its service. Just two days ago, Viacom was found exposing the keys to its kingdom...