Canada’s leading cryptocurrency platform hacked? Coinsquare is widely considered as Canada’s foremost platform for cryptocurrency exchange. The organization is one of the world’s leading cryptocurrency company for most known digital currencies. As a regulated exchange body of Canada’s FINTRAC (Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre), Coinsquare was able to obtain a reliable and exclusive business...Continue Reading
The coronavirus has forced the people of this planet to adjust forcibly and make way to a new normal—closing businesses and facilitating the downfall of employment rates all over the globe. People have adapted to specific quarantine protocols and indoor routines to prevent any further spread of the virus, or in a more straightforward perspective,...Continue Reading
There is no doubt that this COVID-19 pandemic changed the way we all live for these past few months. Cybersecurity has to be part of our daily lives. Be it in traveling, working, interacting with people, even the way we buy our everyday necessities. The spike in the use of video conferencing software has skyrocketed...Continue Reading
As a nation with the most significant human population, and possibly the largest concentration of internet users all over the world, the Chinese are frequent target of malware and hackers. Attacks happen daily , from hacking to data breaches, and of course, malware. One particular malware has claimed its place over the top, as China’s...Continue Reading
Several internet security experts from a cyber security firm has just uncovered what appeared to be a huge data leakage from one of the largest banks in Europe. Santander Bank, formerly known as Sovereign Bank, is a Spanish-owned multinational institution, commercial bank, and financial services company based in Madrid and Santander in Spain. It’s been...Continue Reading
A notorious criminal hacking group just got it hands in perhaps one of the most controversial piece of information related to US President Donald Trump today. At least that’s what the hackers are claiming to have acquired just last week. The hacking group, calling themselves REvil, just hacked and got immediate access to some “secret...Continue Reading
Several cyber security experts struck gold when they uncovered a forum on the Dark Web selling a database containing more than a hundred million records of vehicles and owners’ information. The alleged hacker definitely has some pretty interesting information for potential buyers in confirming the legitimacy of the datasets. Initial report says there are no...Continue Reading
Alert: You have been exposed! With the ongoing pandemic crisis for COVID-19, app magnates – Google and Apple are now on a venture to release a coronavirus tracing application, to be released this mid of May. The said app will be for Android and Apple users that will use some similar code that is...Continue Reading
Massive data leak of 6.5 Million Israeli voters’ personal data was exposed on a leak which included names, gender, addresses, and identity card numbers as well as phone numbers and other private information. Every electoral party list in Israel was given a database containing every Israeli’s personal information for use in their campaign providing that...Continue Reading
Stemming from several reports from several security researchers, there’s a new cryptominer called The Bird Miner. It targets Apple Mac systems through an ‘Ableton Live 10’ torrent. The music production software costs several hundred US dollars, so many people are on the look for cracked versions that they can download without paying a dime. However,...Continue Reading
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