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We offer a monthly Crypter service to make your files undetectable encrypted! this is how it works: You zip the files you want to encrypt and send them to our email then we will encrypt and make your files/file fud 100% (undetectable by any antivirus) and send them back to your email! We offer 3 packages: Standard Prenium Ultimate All those packages offer some unique futures to encrypt your file!  


Black Window 10 v2

  Black Window Enterprise 10 Codename : Polemos Black Window 10 Enterprise is the first windows based penetration testing distribution with Linux integrated ! The system comes activated with a digital license for Windows enterprise! It supports windows apps and Linux apps, GUI and terminal apps! It comes with a tone off hacking tools plus all the tools that are included with the latest release of Cerberus Linux! It has managed to implement Cerberus os within windows. Offers the stability of a windows system…

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GoDaddy Hole still being exploited by hackers., the world’s largest domain name registrar, recently addressed an authentication weakness that cybercriminals were using to blast out spam through legitimate, dormant domains. But several more recent malware spam campaigns suggest GoDaddy’s fix hasn’t gone far enough, and that scammers likely still have a sizable arsenal of hijacked GoDaddy domains at their disposal. Source: Krebs on Security The post GoDaddy Hole still being exploited by hackers. appeared first on IT Security Guru.

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Janrain Survey Shows Consumers Still Trust Brands but Want More Control over Data

Janrain®, the company that pioneered the Customer Identity and Access Management (CIAM) category, today announced during Cybersecurity Awareness Month the results of its latest Consumer Attitudes Toward Data Privacy and Security Survey, which show U.S. consumers still generally trust brands but welcome consent-based relationships following the recent spate of breaches and controversies affecting data privacy. Janrain surveyed over 1,000 U.S. consumers who demonstrated a surprising capacity for forgiveness and understanding, with nearly half of them willing to give brands a pass for data breaches…

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Phone apps aren’t secretly listening to your calls: But what they do is still ‘alarming’

For years people have suspected apps on their phone are listening to what they say after suddenly seeing ads for things they only spoke of but never searched for. But, as Gizmodo reports, researchers from Northeastern University who analyzed over 17,000 popular Android appsfound that none of them activates the microphone and sends out audio without a user prompt. View full story ORIGINAL SOURCE: ZDNet The post Phone apps aren’t secretly listening to your calls: But what they do is still ‘alarming’ appeared first on IT…

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Cobalt Hacking Group Still Active Despite Leader’s Arrest

Despite its leader’s arrest in Spain two months ago, the Cobalt hacker group that’s specialized in stealing money from banks and financial institutions has remained active, even launching a new campaign. “Cobalt is still active: its members continue attacks on financial organizations and other companies worldwide,” said Dmitry Volkov, the Chief Technical Officer of Group-IB, the company who detected this new Cobalt operation. View full story ORIGINAL SOURCE: Bleeping Computer The post Cobalt Hacking Group Still Active Despite Leader’s Arrest appeared first on IT…

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Most financial firms still unprepared for GDPR

With only a few weeks until implementation, more than 50% of investment firms globally are unlikely to be ready for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on 25 May 2018. This is according to a global industry survey of over 250 financial firms carried out by Cordium and AmberGate. View full story ORIGINAL SOURCE: Help Net Security The post Most financial firms still unprepared for GDPR appeared first on IT SECURITY GURU.


How to hack a router remotely – millions of routers still vulnerable 2016

A router is a gateway that connects a device to the internet with certain protocols. Hacking a router can be really serious, the attacker can take control over the whole network setup. Even in this 2016 millions routers are vulnerable to remote authentication. This is actually not a vulnerability but, a feature that can turn into hacker’s pathway to your network if its unsecured. In many router’s port 80 is forwarded by default to the public and setup for remote authentication. Typing the IP…