ViceLeaker, An Android Large-Scale Espionage Malware

It took 3-years of cat and mouse play, Kaspersky was successful with its background checks against the nature of an Android malware named ViceLeaker. Unlike a general malware type that infects random vulnerable Android device, ViceLeaker is apparently designed to infect users from Middle East countries, for the purpose of large-scale espionage operations. The malware

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Colossal Privacy Risks of Everyday Digital Afterimages

What’s an afterimage, you ask? It is a visual phenomenon where a picture continues to appear in your sight, even after you’ve stopped looking at it. You know the one. If you’ve ever seen a spot of light after a bright camera flash, you’ve experienced an afterimage. Try the following experiment. Stare right at bright

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WordPress Is King—But Vulnerable—And Not Immune To Attack

If there is a God of the digital world, WordPress might as well be it. It is considered by the masses as the “go-to” tool for website or blog creation—and as an internet platform, it powers a staggering one third to one half of all websites in existence, stealing a substantial portion of market share

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