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Hackers Can Tweak Intel CPU Voltage To Steal Cryptocurrency Scientists from European Universities have disclosed a vulnerability in Intel processors that could allow hackers to steal crypto keys by modifying CPU voltage.
Russian Cops Are Selling Surveillance System Data To Hackers: Report Moscow, the capital of Russia, has 175,000 CCTV cameras for surveillance purposes.
Hackers Can Hijack VPN Connections Using A New Linux Vulnerability Researchers have found a vulnerability on most Linux distros and *NIX devices which allow hackers to hijack the VPN connections and inject malicious data into the TCP stream.
Chinese Hackers Win $382,500 For Hacking KVM On Ubuntu, Edge, Adobe Reader In 2018, the Chinese government barred Chinese security researchers from participating in hacking contests
Hackers Are Using ‘Donald Trump Screen Of Death’ To Spread Malware Hackers are going crazy with malware campaigns of ransomware, screen lockers, remote access trojan that use political figures to attract victims, according to Cisco Talos.
Hackers Can Trick Certain Android Phones Into Spying on Users It seems there is no end to hacker efforts to destroy the technology that we trust. The news regarding the latest hacks and scams can seem unending.
These 7 Apps on the Google Play Drop Malware and Opens a Backdoor to Hackers Researchers discovered seven malicious apps from Google play store that drops malware
Light Commands – Hackers Can use Light to Inject Arbitrary voice-command and hack Alexa, Siri, and Other VA Light Commands, a new attack that lets an attacker inject arbitrary audio signals into voice assistants by using light from a very long distance.
Hackers Can Plant Malware In Your Android Smartphone Via NFC Android devices have a not-so-common feature dubbed NFC Beam which is intended for sharing files
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