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As the first website in the world, we got our hands on a secretly leaked hacking tool - that's still working. Our source says that Amazon knows about it but haven't still prioritized/managed to patch the vulnerability.
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Hacking Facebook – Flaw in the recovery process Gurkirat Singh is a security researcher/coder/hacker. In short this is how he managed to hack Facebook (article here). First he get’s an idea, that reseting multiple accounts on the same time could cause facebook to resend reset tokens.. Then he writes a script to crawl* different websites in order to collect facebook accounts Each
Asterisk password – saved in browser Having many and secure passwords can be thought. In this clip we show how you can display any passwords that are hidden under asterisks – and it does not even take 10 seconds. The trick is to change the input type in the form layer to a text field. This
Heartbleed bug About the heartbleed bug The secret keys can be leaked from the service or hosting provider, which allows an attacker to decrypt any encrypted traffic to the web server, such as passwords. The attacker can then use e.g. the credentials to authorize as the user. Off course all other confidential or private
About the Techworld article This article was updated 2015-03-10. This is now confirmed by Emanuel from how-to-hack.net exclusively for TechWorld share what he found. For obvious reasons, we will not now describe exactly how the open disks found online, but we are content to say that it is relatively simple things it is about. The files
Newspapers from the world’s all corners, has during the day reported that more than 5000 different organisations has signed up for the campaign “The day we fight back”. Focus is mass surveillance The most focused topic is “Mass surveillance” which gives NSA a message to stop with their illegal activite. It’s sad that Google,