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Blockchain Technology Job Market and Salary Trends so Far

The blockchain industry has grown tremendously over the past two years in lockstep with the cryptocurrency industry. Right now enterprise adoption is drivin

US Government Programs Focused on Satoshi Nakamoto

US Government Programs Focused on Satoshi Nakamoto. Who is Satoshi Nakamoto? The identity of this individual, or group of individuals, may be the question

Blockchain Remittance: The Future of International Money

Blockchain remittance firms are experiencing record growth thanks to an increase in global migration. As populations continue to migrate, the need to send money.

Everything You Need to Know About Cryptocurrency Regulation (Right Now)

The meteoric rise of cryptocurrencies has taken the world by storm. Innovators, investors, users, and governments are scrambling to wrap their heads around cryptocurrencies and the blockchain technology.

The Ultimate Guide to Blockchain Programming for New Developers

A few months ago, I had the pleasure of moderating a panel of four active NEO programmers at the San Francisco NEO Dev Conference.

Yes, the Blockchain Can Be Hacked

Cybersecurity Makes me Wanna CryWe exist in a time of regular high-profile data breaches and concern over the security and privacy of digital information.

Spectre Variant 2 updates engendered by AMD and Microsoft

Spectre Variant 2 updates engendered by AMD and Microsoft Although AMD is one of the leading organizations in microprocessors industry, it was faced by a vicious CPU flaw called Spectre and Meltdown. Despite the fact that AMD processors are not vulnerable to the attacks of Meltdown, they are vulnerable to Spectre

OneDrive’s and Outlook’s new Files Restore feature by Microsoft

OneDrive’s and Outlook’s new Files Restore feature by Microsoft. Recently, Microsoft mentiond that it is presenting a novel feature that will give clients a chance to shield themselves from ransomware attacks more efficiently. The File Restore feature will now be accessible for customary clients, unlike before as

Google stands against Chrome extensions intended to mine cryptocurrency

Google stands against Chrome extensions intended to mine cryptocurrency. Earlier this month, Google made it clear that it is against mining cryptocurrency by banning all of the extensions by Google Web store generally and it promised that by the end of June, all of the malicious extensions will be deleted.

Apple’s intentions to stop using Intel Chips by 2020

Apple stop using Intel Chips, Apple is now considering being a standalone company by claiming that by 2020, Apple plans to substitute Intel chips with its own made processors. Such time margin took place as this withdrawal should take steps by starting for example with laptops.

A new fake WhatsApp version that threats Android users

A new fake WhatsApp version that threats Android users. A new fake version of WhatsApp is being promoted at many campaigns called WhatsApp plus, and it is emerging. Shockingly, the creator of malware figured out how to post a remark on cybersecurity blog. It was sufficient for scientists to burrow further what this

WannaCry launches an assault on Boeing

Boeing Hit by WannaCry Attack. WannaCry launches an assault on Boeing Yes, some might be confused that this happened last year, but actually it was reported by Seattle Times that WannaCry threated one of the leading industries in the world of aircraft design, Boeing.

The purpose of Leviathan on several Industries

The purpose of Leviathan on several Industries It became well-established that a Chinese-connected reconnaissance gather is right now expanding its movement in focusing on remote designing and sea organizations. This is as per a report as of late distributed by FireEye, an all around regarded cybersecurity firm known

The misconduct of Facebook-Cambridge Analytica Scandal

The misconduct of Facebook-Cambridge Analytica Scandal: The Plot Thickens Upon releasing the circumstances of the scandal conducted by Cambridge Analytica and their abuse of Facebook, the details have altered a bit. The “report on the matter” has reported the investigation clearly with honest and truth by claiming that

The method Malware is engendered by AutoHotKey

The method Malware is engendered by AutoHotKey A lot of research was conducted on how malware is been created by AHK, which is a tool created by Microsoft Windows that scripts language. AHK has the capability to communicate with local file system, apps, scheduled tasks, and it can make software packages inside thirdy

The current state of The Facebook and Cambridge Analytica Saga

The current state of The Facebook and Cambridge Analytica Saga Since the beginning of online networking stages security rights specialists have been cautioning the general population with regards to the perils such stages may have. These notices have a tendency to be summarily disregarded till now. Facebook isn't invul

Backdoored Agent Engendering Dofoil Infection

Backdoored Agent Engendering Dofoil Infection. As Windows Defender AV sensed the destructive presence of Dofoil, Microsoft published a report on March 7 to discuss major concerns. Dofoil’s main target was mostly Russians and some citizens in Turkey and Ukraine, infecting around 400,000 users within 12 hours.

JHT’s attack on both Iran and Russia

JHT’s attack on both Iran and Russia. In the first week on April, a hackvisit group called JHT launched an attack on Iran and Russia that started with hacking an enormous number of Cisco switches. Most probably they call themselves JHT as a resemblance of protesting against hacking that is based on election.

Cyberattack collides with US Gas Pipelines - SpyRack.com

Cyberattack collides with US Gas Pipelines. Despite the fact that the Facebook and Cambridge Analytica saga still rules most infosec features with an expected 87 million client's information abused instead of the underlying 50 million, those behind digital assaults are as yet breathing. Bloomberg announced that

Assault on another couple of Memcached DDoS

Assault on another couple of Memcached DDoS. The assault on Github and the mysterious American cpmpany were never enough for DDos. There are two current assaults that are published electronically by DDos that are gaining a lot of hype. These previous attacks have exposed how DDos attacks are vicious more than any

A Change occurred to Public Vulnerability Database

A Change occurred to Public Vulnerability Database. Doubtlessly Chinese Intelligence Agencies are modifying the Chinese National Vulnerabilities Database (CNNVD) trying to shroud security defects that administration programmers may have an enthusiasm for. This is the conclusion made by Recorder Future

The Dissection of Guts FinFisher

Microsoft researchers published an article on March 1 after they investigated FinFisher, which is meant to be a solution built by Germany-based FinFisher GmbH. It has been accused as a spying tool for a long time and it is used by some organizations with surveillance operations.

The Beginning of MindLost Ransomware

MindLost, a new ransomware, has been investigated thoroughly by the MalwareHunter team through scrutinizing samples of it from the beginning of 2018. This malware is dangerous as it encrypts the data and redirects the user to an undesired webpage to threaten the user to pay ransom fees where the only payment method

RedDrop Malware affects Android Devices

Wandera UK researchers spent some recognizable effort in studying a new branch of malware called RedDrop and it is associated with Android. RedDrop is capable of recording close audio and storing these recordings on cloud storage services.

Russia is accused by UK Points for NotPetya Attacks

The Foreign Office Minister for Cyber Security, Lord Tariq Ahmed, pointed the fingers to the Russian Government as the reason behind the NotPetya cyber-attack. Lord Tariq mentioned that “The UK Government judges that the Russian Government, specifically the Russian military, was responsible for the destructive NotPetya