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How Your Computer Monitor Could Be Hacked To Spy On You

How Your Computer Monitor Could Be Hacked To Spy On You

August 09, 2016Swati Khandelwal
Just stop believing everything you see on your screen, as it turns out that even your computer monitor can be hacked. You have seen hac...
Germany to Consider Typewriters to Protect From US Spying

Germany to Consider Typewriters to Protect From US Spying

July 16, 2014Swati Khandelwal
So far we have heard that using privacy tools by every individual and offering encrypted communication by every company is the only solu...
20-years-old Alleged "NullCrew" Hacker Arrested by the FBI

20-years-old Alleged "NullCrew" Hacker Arrested by the FBI

June 18, 2014Wang Wei
The FBI officers have arrested a 20-year-old Tennessee man and charged with federal computer hacking for allegedly conspiring to launch ...
eBay Hacked, Change your Account Password Now

eBay Hacked, Change your Account Password Now

May 21, 2014Wang Wei
If you have an eBay Account then you should change your password immediately, because the World's biggest E-commerce company with 128 m...
China Bans Microsoft Windows 8 for Government Computers

China Bans Microsoft Windows 8 for Government Computers

May 20, 2014Swati Khandelwal
While US government is always prohibiting the purchase of Huawei products due to suspected backdoors from the Chinese government, China...
Infamous Hacker 'Diabl0' arrested in Bangkok, responsible for $4 Billion Damage to Swiss Banks

Infamous Hacker 'Diabl0' arrested in Bangkok, responsible for $4 Billion Damage to Swiss Banks

March 18, 2014Wang Wei
27-year-old Infamous Moroccan-Russian hacker arrested by Thailand's Department of Special Investigation (DSI)  in Bangkok, accused o...
300000 Confidential records breached at Florida college

300000 Confidential records breached at Florida college

October 11, 2012Mohit Kumar
Computer hackers broke into a Florida college's computer system and stole the confidential information of nearly 300,000 students st...