Monthly Archives: December 2015

Google Reinstates Cyber Security Android App After Receiving Angry User Emails

Cybrary security training app reinstated on the Play Store.Google Play Store administrators have gone back on their decision to ban a cyber security training app after receiving countless emails from angry users. Cybrary is an Android app that offers offline … Continue reading

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Twitter Joins Facebook’s Initiative for a Smoother SHA-1 Transition

Twitter realizes it stands to lose up to 6% of its userbase.Twitter has joined Facebook and CloudFlare in petitioning the CA/B forum to address the issue of a hastened and improperly regulated SHA-1 deprecation process for older devices/browsers, which might … Continue reading

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Para configurar una plataforma móvil de pruebas de penetración generalmente se necesita un dispositivo jailbreak iOS. Jailbreak es un proceso de eliminación de las restricciones de hardware en dispositivo iOS para proporcionar acceso root a los archivos de sistema, incluyendo … Continue reading

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Darkweb, a look back at 2015 events and 2016 predictions

Which are the main events observed in the darkweb during the 2015 and what to expect in the next 12 months? The DarkWeb is a set of publicly accessible content that are hosted on websites whose IP address is hidden, … Continue reading

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Anonymous Hacks Asia Pacific Telecommunity Portal to Protest Against Censorship In Asia

Anonymous takes a stand against rampant online censorship tactics in numerous Asian Pacific countries Members of the Anonymous hacker collective have defaced the Asia Pacific Telecommunity website (, gained access to the site’s admin panel (running Drupal), and also managed … Continue reading

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Cisco cops to enterprise IOS XE vulnerability

Cisco’s latest operating system update ships with a vulnerability that could let hackers seize control of network devices. The giant has admitted to the hole in its IOS XE release 16.1.1 that, if exploited, would let an attacker force a … Continue reading

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Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom loses fight to avoid extradition to the US

New Zealand court rules German entrepreneur will have to face trial in the United States. German tech entrepreneur Kim Dotcom hs lost a bid to block his extradition from New Zealand to the United States to face charges including copyright … Continue reading

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