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FBI Most Wanted Fugitive JPMorgan Hacker Arrested in New York

One of the FBI’s most wanted hackers who was behind the largest theft of financial data has finally been arrested at the JFK airport in New York. Joshua Samuel Aaron is accused of being part of a hacking group that attacked several major financial institutions, including JPMorgan Chase, and according to the officials, which was “the largest theft of user data from a U.S. financial institution in history.” Aaron was believed to have been living as a fugitive in Moscow, Russia after being charged with hacking crimes in 2015, which exposed the personal information of more than 100 Million...

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This Ransomware Unlocks Your Files For Free If You Read CyberSecurity Articles

Ransomware has been around for a few years, but in last two years, it has become one of the fastest growing threats to businesses and users across the world, so will be in 2017. Ransomware is a piece of malware that encrypts files on your computer with strong encryption algorithms and then demands a ransom money in Bitcoin to decrypt the data so you can regain access to your encrypted files. We have seen some nastier ransomware infections over the past couple of years. The most interesting one was Popcorn Time that decrypts victims files for free if they...

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FBI Hacked, Again! Hacker Leaks Data After Agency Failed to Patch Its Site

It seems like the FBI has been hacked, once again! A hacker, using Twitter handle CyberZeist, has claimed to have hacked the FBI’s website (fbi.gov) and leaked personal account information of several FBI agents publically. CyberZeist had initially exposed the flaw on 22 December, giving the FBI time to patch the vulnerability in its website’s code before making the data public. The hacker exploited a zero-day vulnerability in the Plone CMS, an Open Source Content Management software used by FBI to host its website, and leaked personal data of 155 FBI officials to Pastebin, including their names, passwords, and...

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This “Killer USB” Flash Drive Will Explode Your Computer

This story about making a USB flash drive into a bomb was described by a Russian researcher who took an interest in this concept and developed a USB killer pen drive which can burn your computer to ashes. He says: THE BASIC IDEA OF THE USB DRIVE IS QUITE SIMPLE. WHEN WE CONNECT IT UP TO THE USB PORT, AN INVERTING DC/DC CONVERTER RUNS AND CHARGES CAPACITORS TO -110V. WHEN THE VOLTAGE IS REACHED, THE DC/DC IS SWITCHED OFF. AT THE SAME TIME, THE FILED TRANSISTOR OPENS. IT IS USED TO APPLY THE -110V TO SIGNAL LINES OF THE...

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How to See If your Email is Being Tracked

They track emails by adding small images or pixels that inform them about your data. These tracking tools work once you click the mail, so the only method to stop being tracked by anyone is not by opening that mail. The question here is how one can know if the mail is the safe one or the tracked one before opening it. Today I came across a tool called “Ugly Email” which will do this job for you. Ugly email checks all your emails and exposes the ones being tracked. Each tracked mail is shown with an “evil eye”...

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