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Incognito Mode Won’t Keep Your Browsing Private [medium]

The big tech giants, online advertising companies, and data brokers use a ton of tricks to track you around the web. These include things like cookies, location and device logging, fingerprinting, and even share buttons, the last of which make it very easy for companies like Facebook and Google to...

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Over 15 Indian States Have Been Infected By The Dtrack Malware [mashable]

We’re already aware that data breaches are on a constant rise these days. Hackers are making use of stealthy creative ways to get access to our sensitive data. Kaspersky, a Russia-based cybersecurity firm, revealed recently that it has discovered samples of ‘Dtrack’ malware from enterprises across Indian states including Maharashtra,...

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NordVPN confirms it was hacked [techcrunch]

NordVPN, a virtual private network provider that promises to “protect your privacy online,” has confirmed it was hacked. The admission comes following rumors that the company had been breached. It first emerged that NordVPN had an expired internal private key exposed, potentially allowing anyone to spin out their own servers imitating...

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Wi-Fi Bug in Millions of Amazon Echo and Kindle Devices [gbhackers]

The KRACK attack was published by two Belgian researchers in October 2017. The attacks are based on the weaknesses in the WPA2 protocol used in modern Wi-Fi devices. The weakness can be exploited by the attackers using key reinstallation attacks if the victim resides within the network. Successful exploitation of...

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Chrome for Android Enables Site Isolation Security Feature [thehackernews]

After enabling ‘Site Isolation‘ security feature in Chrome for desktops last year, Google has now finally introduced ‘the extra line of defence’ for Android smartphone users surfing the Internet over the Chrome web browser. In brief, Site Isolation is a security feature that adds an additional boundary between websites by...

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OSINT Resources for 2019 [source:]

Whether you are new to OSINT (Open Source Intelligence) or use it regularly in your professional life for reconnaissance, threat intelligence or investigations, the recent speed of growth in the field means constant development in terms of tooling, data, content and community. In this post I aim to highlight some...

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