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Troublesome 7000 BTC Heist In Binance, Unrecoverable

Cryptocurrency Exchange Binance is suffering a huge Bitcoin heist as they lost 7000 BTC, worth around $40 million at the time of this writing. There is speculation that a painful transaction retraction “may” take place in order to desperately recover the huge losses. A retraction of the transaction (AKA Bitcoin Chain Reorg) has not happened

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Is China Racial-Profiling Its Minority?

Mainland China has already started its massive facial database of all mainland Chinese citizens and possibly permanent residents of the country as well. Beijing is keen on monitoring the movements of people in the mainland. This is the key to transform China into a cohesive unit, with the opposition to the ruling leaders in Beijing

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Triton Hacker Group Attacks Saudi Petrochemical Company Again

FireEye, a mainstream cybersecurity consulting firm has recently exposed that a state-funded malware development group was behind an attempt to blow a Saudi-based Petrochemical facility using malware a second time. Called the “Triton” group, they have developed the eponymous malware, it takes control of machinery in order to overwork itself with the chance of eventual

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Hackers Can Use Unused Internet Explorer to Steal Data

This is no less than a shocker…Hackers can now use Internet Explorer to steal your data, that too even if you never use it. A security researcher has detected a zero-day vulnerability in Internet Explorer which would allow hackers to steal data. Security researcher John Page has published details and proof-of-concept code for the zero-day

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Hackers Now Target Porn Site Users to Steal Their Credentials

Hackers now target porn website users, especially PornHub and XNXX users accounts and get away with their login credentials. This kind of hacking, as per security experts, has nothing strange about it. Pornography, despite many ongoing campaigns to decrease online pornographic content and traffic, remains one of the most popular and sought-after kinds of online

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Swiss Government Wants its E-Voting System to be ‘Hacked’

Want to earn quick cash? Then accept the invite of the Swiss government, as they are offering $30,000 reward whoever can hack their e-voting system. The pen test challenge are both open for companies, groups and individuals, with the successful party earning $30,000 in cold cash. “The e-voting system is the first Swiss system that

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