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An Overview of Threats Against Companies in This Year 2014
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An Overview of Threats Against Companies in This Year 2014

The number of companies who become victims of cyber attacks are rising on this year. Kaspersky Lab Research and B2B International shows 91% of companies surveyed have been victims of cyber attacks at least once within past 12 months, while 9% Others were targeted attacks, ie planned attacks that aims to infect network infrastructure company or organization. Breadth of digital devices used in many companies has created ideal conditions for…
10 Tricks Securing Your Account from Thieves
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10 Tricks Securing Your Account from Thieves

Yahoo! admitted that over 450,000 username and password users have been hacked as hacker group publication, D33Ds, who on Wednesday (11/7) last claimed responsibility for the attack. Although confirmed only less than 5 percent Data that leaked D33Dsn is valid, Yahoo! recommends users change their passwords. In addition to changing passwords here are some tips you can consider for safe surfing in cyberspace. 1. Password Manager The use of a…
How to Secure Online Transactions? Tips for Securing and Vulnerabilities
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How to Secure Online Transactions? Tips for Securing and Vulnerabilities

Can not be denied, the number of users online transactions each year continues to increase. Harris Interactive survey conducted in February-March 2012 said there was 57 percent of Internet users who manage bank accounts online and make online shopping. Of these, about 31 percent admitted they store data banking on the hard drive. Therefore not surprising that banking information is very tempting targets for cybercriminals. The target was none other…
Useful Security Tips from The Top IT Experts in World
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Useful Security Tips from The Top IT Experts in World

Learning from mistakes makes you getting smarter. Moreover, if existing errors coming from the professionals expert. IT professionals can get caught on tracks of cybercriminals. However, from there they can share useful lessons for all computer users. CnwinTech asks some leading IT experts about their experiences while connecting to the Internet. Their experience could be valuable lessons for Internet users. CnwinTech does not expect to get so many honest answers…
Break Up to 450 Million Passwords per Second with Extreme GPU Bruteforcer
Hacking & Cracking

Break Up to 450 Million Passwords per Second with Extreme GPU Bruteforcer

Extreme GPU Bruteforcer, developed by InsidePro is a program meant for the recovery of passwords from hashes of different types, utilizing the power of GPU which enables reaching truly extreme attack speed of approx 450 Million passwords/Second. The software supports hashes of the following types: MySQL, DES, MD4, MD5, MD5(Unix), MD5(phpBB3), MD5(WordPress), NTLM, Domain Cached Credentials, SHA-1, SHA-256, SHA-384, SHA-512, and many others. The software implements several unique attacks, including…
United States Losing War Against Hackers
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United States Losing War Against Hackers

FBI is struggling to combat cyberattacks by hackers. “We’re not winning,” FBI executive assistant director Shawn Henry said. Four top government cybersecurity officials have basically come out to say America is getting her hiney kicked in cyberattacks by nation-state hackers. Shawn Henry, who is getting ready to leave the bureau after more than two decades with the law enforcement agency, says the United States is falling behind in the ongoing…
Over Weekend, GitHub hacked with Ruby on Rails public key vulnerability
Hacking & Cracking

Over Weekend, GitHub hacked with Ruby on Rails public key vulnerability

Github, the service that many professional programmers use to store their work and collaborate on coding, was hacked over the weekend. A young Russian developer Egor Homakov exploited a gaping vulnerability in GitHub that allowed him (or anyone else with basic hacker know-how) to gain administrator access to projects such as Ruby on Rails, Linux, and millions of others. When Github saw what happened, they suspended Homakov’s account, which created…
From Sony, Michael Jackson’s entire back catalog stolen by Hackers
Hacking & Cracking

From Sony, Michael Jackson’s entire back catalog stolen by Hackers

Entertainment giant Sony has confirmed that hackers accessed its systems and compromised Michael Jackson’s entire back catalog, including many unreleased songs. Michael Jackson’s entire back catalog has been stolen by Internet hackers. Sony music suffered its second major security breach in a year, with thieves targeting songs and unreleased material by the superstar singer. It’s alleged they downloaded more than 50,000 music files worth $253 million in the biggest ever…
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