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One challenge after another for the user, along with phishing, now also need to avoid vishing

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One challenge after another for the user, along with phishing, now also need to avoid vishing  ‘Voice Plus Phishing’ is a phishing attack based on a voice or VoIP. In which cybercriminals use social engineering to call from telephone, mobile, Viber, Messenger, WhatsApp, or any unknown number and seduce or intimidate the user. Sensitive personal and financial details of the computer and mobile users are requested under the pretext of providing false information about the problem in the user's bank account, credit card or PIN number, etc. From receiving emails and passwords, PIN codes, bank account numbers, etc., to attempts to get money deposited into your account from a bank, this is what happens.

At the risk of all Google Chrome users' data, Google's request to update to the latest version immediately

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At the risk of all Google Chrome users' data, Google's request to update to the latest version immediately Cybersecurity researchers have found a major flaw in Google Chrome. Researchers have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. In this bug, hackers can easily access the device by placing a remote code on the user's device through Chrome. The process is also straightforward, and once a hacker gains access to a device, he or she can take full control of the device. Google has released a new version to address the problem of hackers accessing the device. On January 24, Google became aware of this vulnerability. The company unveiled a new version on February 4 with a solution to the problem. As soon as the new version is released, the company asks Google Chrome users to update immediately. Google did not say how many users were affected. However, the company said that this weakness is a big problem for users and requested to update the

Data leaks of nearly 2.3 million users of dating apps

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Data leaks of nearly 2.3 million users of dating apps The data of millions of users of the popular dating site Mitmindful has been leaked on the internet. A notorious hacker has recently leaked sensitive data of 2.28 million users of the site's mobile app. The hackers have shared the data of the dating site for free download on the hacking forum so that the public can access it. The 1.2 GB size data was in the site's user database. The leaked data contains all the details that the user has to keep before signing up for the web and app version of the site. These include real name, email address, address and zip details, physical details, marital status, date of birth, IP address, cryptocurrency account password, Facebook user ID, Facebook authentication token, etc. But the leaked file does not contain the message exchanged between the users. However, security experts have been warned not to ignore the incident. The Mitmindful site has not yet commented. A well-known black hat ha

What is a torrent and how to use it?

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What is a torrent and how to use it? Most of you are probably a torrent user. Most use torrent to download movies. If there is no movie on YouTube and free movie streaming sites and no access to the subscription site, then the free movie is a torrent. But torrent is a different technology in itself than the general understanding. Today we will explain to you in simple language what this technology is and how it works. For example, if you search for a website in your browser, you will find what you are looking for from the server of that website. Or if you are downloading a file, the file that is saved on the server will come to your device and download the file. But if millions of people want to download the same file at the same time, the server has to be very powerful to handle that traffic. Its speed should also be high, otherwise, not all users can see its webpage. You have no choice but to make the server stronger. But the financial status of having a server does not belong to any

Case filed in India against Cambridge Analytica for stealing Facebook data

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Case filed in India against Cambridge Analytica for stealing Facebook data A case has been filed in India against the British company Cambridge Analytica for stealing the data of an Indian Facebook user. In India, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has filed a case against Cambridge Analytics for stealing data from Facebook. Cambridge Analytica has been providing political advice in particular. According to the CBI, the company claims to have stolen the data of more than 562,000 Indian Facebook users. Earlier, Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad had said that the CBI had been tasked with investigating Cambridge Analytics, which was accused of stealing Facebook's data. Based on that, the CIB has filed a case against the company. Another company, Global Science Research (GSRL), has also been sued in the same incident. A study by the CBI found that Global Science Research had stolen data from 5.62 million Facebook users in India and that the data had increased with Cambridge Ana