News Wrap – Malware Trends and Facts in 2019

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Every single week, there are new security and malware threats that pop up. This year 2019 is not an exception and here are some of the biggest malware stories that users have to deal with. 1. IoT Attacks Reached 32.7

Top 10 Cyber Security Predictions for 2019 and beyond

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The intensity and frequency of data breaches and cyber attacks are growing in such an alarming rate, and organizations and individuals all over the world can expect more of these this coming 2019. Below are the top 10 Cyber Security

Becoming White Hat Hacker – Education and Tools Needed

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Contrary to some popular beliefs, not every hacker is malicious. Hackers that basically use their skills to help protect attacks are known as white hats. Meanwhile, those who are searching to take down some networks, compromise systems or steal data

Mobile App Security Threats & How to Prevent Them

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Security threats in mobile devices are continuously on the rise. In fact, millions of malware pieces have infected millions of user devices through the years. Hundreds of thousands of malware programs are detected every day, most of which target mobile

Cyber Threats & Hacking Techniques – Injection Attacks

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Injection attacks pertain to the extensive class of attack vectors which gives an attacker a chance to supply an unreliable input into a program. This then gets processed by the interpreter as a part of a query or command that

DDoS attacks and how to prevent them

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If you own a website or an app, you should be worried about DDoS attack, unless, of course, you have taken action to prevent them. In the past year, DDoS has overwhelmed some of the biggest websites such as Netflix,

Cross-site Scripting (XSS) Attacks and How to Prevent Them

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As far as application vulnerabilities are concerned, you will encounter several categories. Some of these vulnerabilities are very common and cause little to no damage if an attacker discovers and exploits them. On the other hand, there are some that

New Mobile Malware Threats and how to keep them away

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It is undeniable that there are so many viruses and malware which are ready to attack our mobile devices, especially Android users. Some hackers use this moment to steal important data from some users. As a smartphone user, it’s really