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“Zip Slip” A Critical Vulnerability Exploited in Zip

“Zip Slip” A Critical Vulnerability Exploited in Zip

Zip Vulnerability: A critical vulnerability has been discovered by the security researchers which are impacting many open source coding libraries. The vulnerability is discovered in the Synk, the “Zip Slip” this vulnerability has occurred due to the way coders implement the libraries and plug-ins when decompressing an archive file. Many …

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MyHeritage Breach Leaks Million of Account Details

MyHeritage Breach Leaks Million of Account Details

MyHeritage Data Breach over 92 Million Users Data Leaked: Over 92 million account details from the Genealogy and DNA Testing Service the MyHeritage were found on a private server, according to a release which was made by the company on Monday. According to the release of the report, the breach …

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How to Figure out If Hackers Leaked Your Password

How to Figure out If Hackers Leaked Your Password

Figure out If Hackers Leaked Your Password: The passwords are on daily basis leaked onto the dark web, which is putting your online accounts and identity at risk. There are several types of tools & techniques that can help you figure out that your own details have been compromised by …

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Facebook and Twitter Plan New Ways to Regulate Political Ads

Facebook and Twitter Plan New Ways to Regulate Political Ads

SAN FRANCISCO: Facebook and Twitter have officially announced on Thursday to increase the transparency of political campaign ads, these changes aims to prevent the foreign manipulation of the coming midterm elections. Facebook has clearly announced. They will begin including a “paid for” label on the top of every political ads …

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The Security of HTML5 May Not Live Longer

The Security of HTML5 May Not Live Longer

Security of HTML5 May Not Live Up to Promise: Once the security risks in the plugins like Adobe Flash, HTML5 enables malware attacks, and The Media Trust is reporting the incident that they have discovered the numerous malware in HyperText Markup Language. In a blog posted today, The Media Trust …

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