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The Krack on Amazon’s Kindle and Echo

From creepy laughs to spy bugs, Amazon’s Echo devices have been in the limelight for more than a dozen or two reasons, and it...
New Programming Language

Magecart Hackers Group Strikes Again!

A malicious hacking group named Magecart Group 5 (MG5) is reportedly taking control over the layer 7 (L7) public Wi-Fi routers typically deployed in...
Google Smart Home Hack

Hackers take over Smart Home

With technology making lives easy day by day, cybercriminals too are finding innovative ways to get into our lives. Along with the ease of...
Tesla avoids cyberattack, tesla zero-click vulnerabilities

How Tesla has always vouched for safe and secure cars

By Augustin Kurian Until the late 2000s, electric cars had a reputation for being ugly and slow. This was until a small Silicon Valley startup...
USB charging stations

Why You Should Stop Borrowing Someone’s Charger

Cybersecurity experts stated that using someone else charging cable might bring threats to your mobile devices. Attackers could exploit charging cables/cords to access sensitive...

DSLR Cameras are vulnerable to attacks: Researchers

Security researchers have discovered that DSLR cameras, which are connected to a Wi-Fi network, are vulnerable to ransomware attacks. The researchers, from the security...
Penetration Testing, continuous testing, security testing

A peak into Safe-T’s Zero Trust Access solution

Contributed by Safe-T Safe-T provides a secure application and file access solution with 1) An architecture that implements Zero Trust Access, 2) A proprietary secure...
U.S. and Australia to Jointly Develop Cyber Training Platform

CUJO AI partners with Avira to provide premium cybersecurity services globally

CUJO AI, a network intelligence company recently announced that it’s partnered with cybersecurity firm Avira. Powered by proprietary Artificial Intelligence models, CUJO AI provides...
Connected Cars

Automotive cybersecurity on the wrong road: Report

Flooring the accelerator pedal of a secure vehicle may still be a thing of the future. According to a recent study by Ponemon, nearly...
Shipping cybersecurity, carnival cruise line

Ships at Sea: More Ways to Hack Them

Contributed by SecureWorld Taking a cruise in 2019? If so, try not to think about significant cybersecurity risks and failures detailed in the shipping industry's new...

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