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Haider Khan
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Over 100 Italian Websites Hacked By Team Emirates
#Hacked #Italy #Italian #Emirates #UAE

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Increase Facebook Link Reach
After doing research on how could we increase our link reach on Facebook, I finally found the answer to our problem. Facebook seems to work just like Google goes. As some of you webmasters might know a little about SEO (Search Engine Optimization). Facebook...

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Heartbleed - OpenSSL Zero-day Bug leaves Millions of websites Vulnerable
It is advised to those who are running their web server with OpenSSL 1.0.1 through 1.0, then it is significantly important that you update to OpenSSL 1.0.1g immediately or as soon as possible. As this afternoon, an extremely critical programming flaw in the...

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Google DNS intercepted by Turkish ISPs
WASHINGTON: Google says Turkey has been intercepting its internet domain, redirecting users to other sites in the latest battle between Ankara and Web giants. In a weekend post on Google's security blog, software engineer Steven Carstensen said the company ...

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Password Protect Your Modem/Router
Start protecting your modems/routers before hackers dSploit it. Yes ! dSploit is an android application that allows hackers to steal your passwords and hijack session right from your browser. They are able to see what websites you are browsing and are able ...

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Philips Smart TVs vulnerable to Screen Hijack and Cookie Theft
Recently the security researchers from vulnerability research firm ReVuln published a video demonstration shows that Philips Smart TV is prone to cyber attacks by hackers. According to the researchers, some versions of Philips Smart TV with latest firmware ...

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Chameleon Virus that Spreads Across WiFi Access Points like Common Cold
Do you know, A Computer viruses could go Airborne over WiFi networks? Security researchers at the University of Liverpool in Britain have demonstrated a WiFi virus that can spread between computer networks just like the 'common cold' spreads between Humans....
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