GlassWire

Glasswire is a beautiful new freeware for Windows, which includes a Firewall, Network Monitor, and Bandwidth Monitor.

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Security

Twenty five consumer antivirus products are compared. Find out which security software performed the best.

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WorldPasswordDay

As part of World Password Day earlier this week, McAfee and its partners started an effort to help educate consumers worldwide on the importance of password safety in the wake of the multiple global security breaches.

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TruePlex

TruePlex for Android analyzes permissions requested by your installed apps and highlights risky apps that might be stealing your private data.

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Heartbleed

What is Heartbleed? How did it happen? What should you do to protect yourself from it? All your questions about Heartbleed answered.

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CLAT-Law-Exam-India

India’s CLAT 2013 entrance exam for law universities leaked full email ids of all online applicants, which have since been using for phishing attacks.

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Wal-Mart owned movie rental site has become the latest victim of data breach. But unlike some of the previous attacks, Vudu data breach didn’t involve any remote hacking attempts.

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A hacker going by the Twitter handle @Ur0b0r0x has breached LG Smart World and leaked email address and password hashes of 11,316 users.

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Halloween is fast approaching, and if you don’t want to deal with a security nightmare, it might be prudent to take another look at your passwords. Splashdata has released a list of top passwords of 2012 compiled from files containing millions of stolen passwords posted online by hackers.

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A list with more than a millions active email addresses harvested from Facebook apps has shown up for sale in the open market.

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Firefox 16.01 fixes a security and privacy issue that lead to the original release being pulled by Mozilla.

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A teenage hacker who goes by the name ‘Pinkie Pie’ managed to hack Chrome for the second time and win $60,000.

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A critical zero-day vulnerability has been uncovered in Internet Explorer that could allow a remote hacker to execute arbitrary code on your system even if you simply browse to an infected page.

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Brazilian banking Trojan authors were able to sign their malware using digital certificate by using fake data.

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The typical phishing attack included creating a fake login page, storing them in a server and emailing the victim with the fake login page link. A new research paper from InfoSec student, Henning Klevjer shows how a hacker can create phishing attacks without the need for storing the fake login page.

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