Valve Removes Game From Steam After Gabe Newell Is Threatened By Developer

by Nicklaus Law · 3 days ago · 5 Comments · 1.9k views

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Valve has reportedly removed Paranautical Activity, a rogue-like first-person shooter from the Steam store due to a death threat directed against Valve CEO Gabe Newell.

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China Launching Nationwide Attack On iCloud And Microsoft Accounts

by Farhan · 3 days ago · No Comments · 2.3k views

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New iPhone owners in China have apparently been subject to a dedicated man-in-the-middle (MITM) attack from their own government. Users have been reporting that all connections to are currently being blocked by the Great Firewall of China, and those connections are being redirected to a dummy site requesting their login credentials. A similar attack is also being directed at Microsoft’s gateway.

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Mac OS X Yosemite Collects User Data And Sends It Back To Apple

by Farhan · 3 days ago · 2 Comments · 1.3k views

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News has surfaced that Mac OS X Yosemite has been collecting user information through the Spotlight feature. Spotlight is Apple’s built in search function that not only searches a user’s hard disk, but also the internet through Microsoft’s Bing search engine. Aside from conducting the search, it will also return that search data plus the user’s location to the Apple servers.

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Passage Allows Users To Use Images Instead Of Password

by Nicklaus Law · 4 days ago · No Comments · 516 views

passage 2Passage is looking to change how passwords function by enabling users to use images to verify the identity of its users. Developed by Peekabu, an Edinburgh-based team, the app wants rid the world of the need to memorise lengthy passwords.

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KakaoTalk Attempts To Fix The Damage Caused After Privacy Breach

by Nicklaus Law · 1 week ago · 1 Comment · 289 views

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The Korean-based messaging app wants to reduce the duration in which messages are stored and to implement end-to-end encryption in order to reassure its users after a recent intrusion of privacy in the form of leaked messages. Two weeks ago, KakaoTalk had reportedly given access to thousands of private messages to the South Korean government in an effort to filter out malicious rumours regarding South Korean President Geun Hye Park.

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Data Breaches Force South Korea To Rethink National ID System

by Farhan · 1 week ago · No Comments · 713 views


A series of data breaches over the last year has caused the South Korean government to reconsider the national identification system. This is due to the fact that so many ID numbers have been stolen that it is putting the entire population at risk of identity theft. At the core of the issue is the ID number issued to each South Korean citizen above the age of 17; which is not randomly generated and contains details about the person associated with it.

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Snapchat Says Users Are At Fault For Photo Leaks

by Nicklaus Law · 1 week ago · No Comments · 722 views

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In response to a recent snapchat leak, aptly named “The Snappening” took place over the weekend and a reported 200,000 users had their photos and videos compromised. A statement has been released on the company’s blog on the use of its unofficial API. As a result, Snapchat has taken zero responsibility on the photo leaks.

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Russian Cyber-Espionage Campaign Against NATO Detailed

by Farhan · 1 week ago · No Comments · 533 views

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Cyber-security company iSIGHT has revealed the details of a Russian cyber-espionage campaign conducted against NATO countries that has been conducted over the last year. The attacks were perpetrated by using a zero-day exploit in all supported versions of Windows, and Windows Server 20008 and 2012. Microsoft is aware of the vulnerability and is currently working on a patch.

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Dropbox Passwords Leaked Online But The Service Itself Was Not Hacked

by Syefri Zulkefli · 1 week ago · 2 Comments · 1.2k views


Another day, another leak: hundreds of users name and password belonged to Dropbox users have been posted online earlier today on Pastebin by an anonymous user. It just a small chunk of more than six million Dropbox user names and password that the leaker claimed to have and willing to leak out further in exchange for Bitcoin.

One might immediately come to a conclusion that this leak was a result by security breach at Dropbox but according to the folks at the popular cloud storage service, that is not the case. So, what gives?

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Microsoft’s Preview Program For Windows 10 Has Already Raked In 1 Million Users

by Nicklaus Law · 1 week ago · No Comments · 774 views

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Ever since Microsoft released the preview program for its latest operating system Windows 10, the preview program has had a million users help test out the operating system as revealed by the company. Microsoft projects that the number of users that opt into the preview program are to steadily rise in the coming months.

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New Photo-Sharing Mobile App Protects Your Pictures From Screenshots

by Nicklaus Law · 2 weeks ago · 1 Comment · 1k views


Users who love to share photos to their contacts but are worried of security and privacy issues are now able to breathe a sigh of relief as a new photo-sharing app has been developed that prevents recipients of your photos from snapping a screenshot. Called Yovo, the iOS app is looking to prevent unwarranted screenshots of your messages through employing a simple yet effective optical illusion. 

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Building In Sweden Turned Into Biggest Game Of Mastermind

by Nicklaus Law · 2 weeks ago · No Comments · 566 views

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A building in Sweden has been converted into a gigantic platform for the code-breaking game Mastermind that is playable through a web interface from the comfort of your own home.

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