The GreyKey Is An Expensive Device That Can Crack Any iPhone

The GreyKey Is An Expensive Device That Can Crack Any iPhone
A security company named Grayshift has created a device that hacks any iPhone device on the market. It comes with two lightning cables, permitting the users to unlock two Apple devices in the same time. The device has the dimensions of a mini pc and is highly portable. Depending on the password complexity, the cracking takes from a few hours to a few weeks time. After it is cracked, the passcode is displayed on the iPhone screen. After the iPhone is cracked, the data is copied on the GreyK...
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4 things to do to keep your business safe from WannaCry-like internet infections

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The WannaCry cyber attack has created a lot of panic, due to the fact that it has infected computers from over 120 countries, being the largest ransomware infection in history. As I work for an outsourcing IT company, I have noticed that people got very worried that such an attack can destroy their businesses and started to buy backup solutions and to invest more in computer security. In this article I will give you 4 tips that will save your business from a future WannaCry-like computer v...
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WannaCry Ransomware spreading stopped – Thanks to Microsoft and MalwareTech security firm

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As a reminder, WannaCry Ransomware is a ransomware malware created to use some exploits harvested from NSA hack. The infection spread in over 70 countries. Microsoft has patched this issue, so the users that run supported Windows versions, Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10, are safe if they have all the system updates installed and Windows Defender enables. But despite this, Microsoft has published an emergency update for all the Windows systems (except Vista), in order to block the Wa...
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WannaCry Ransomware infection is the largest in history

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Recently, the British National Health System (NHS) has become the victim of WannaCry ransomware (also known as WCry or WanaCryptor), a very lethal computer virus that encrypts all the data from the infected computers. While the first infected systems were in UK, the virus has spread in other countries as well. The attack took place on Friday (yesterday) and affected 74 countries (including UK, US, China, Russia, Spain, Italy and Taiwan), including 16 NHS trusts in UK, being the biggest in the...
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Hackers can crack PIN codes by using the smartphone’s motion sensors

Hackers can crack PIN codes by using the smartphone's motion sensors
The researchers from Newcastle University have discovered that hackers can use the smartphone motion sensors to infer security PINs. A regular smartphone has a lot of sensors, including: GPS, camera, microphone, fingerprint reader, accelerometer, gyroscope, light sensors, magnetometers, barometers, proximity sensors, thermometers and air humidity sensors, so a malicious software or website can collect a lot of personal data by reading the output of these sensors. In this case, the motion a...
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Meet the rensenware ransomware – a ransomware that asks the users to play a game to unlock their data

Meet the rensenware ransomware - a ransomware malware that asks the users to play a game to unlock their data
The guys from the Malware Hunter Team have discovered the rensenware ransomware, a different type of malware, one that requires the victims to play a game and get a top score in order to get their files back. It encrypts the documents, music files, pictures and personal user files but it does not ask the users to pay a bitcoin ransomware. Instead, the virus forces them to play a difficult game. The users have to reach the 0.2 billion score in LUNATIC level of TH12 - Undefined Fantastic Object...
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Hacker drained $800.000 from two Russian banks by using fileless malware

Meet the rensenware ransomware - a ransomware malware that asks the users to play a game to unlock their data
As you may know, fileless malware uses legitimate tools on ATM machines, permitting hackers to install viruses on the RAM memory, which disappear after the first reboot. These non-malware attacks permit the users to gain access on existing software, initiate allowed protocols without downloading any malicious file. Recently, Kaspersky's Sergey Golavanov discovered that two Russian banks were targeted by such an attack, the hackers stealing $800.000 in a single night. The ATMs did not have ...
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The Russians have created an Android ransomware that does not do anything in the first four hours

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Some researchers from Zscaler ThreatLabZ have discovered a new type of ransomware for Android inside OK (Odnoklassniki), a Russian entertainment social network application. The clean application has between 50 and 100 million downloads from the Google Play Store, but the infected one is available via third party application stores. The virus stays quiet for four hours, permitting the user to perform his regular activity on the phone, unlike other ransomware variants that encrypt the data r...
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StoneDrill Malware destroys the data on the infected computers

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Kaspersky Lab has recently discovered StoneDrill, a new type of malware that destroys all the files on the infected computer for good. The malware features anti-detection techniques and espionage tools and has infected computers in the Middle East and Europe. It is similar to Shamoon, which wiped clean about 35.000 computers in an oil and gas company in the Middle East, back in 2012, and left 10% of the world's oil at risk. Shamoon 2.0 has reappeared in 2016 and StoneDrill is very similar ...
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1Password offers a 100.000$ bounty to the hackers that can crack their password vault

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As you may know, a bug bounty program is a deal offered by websites to individuals who report bugs and discover exploits and vulnerabilities in their sites. If the hackers manage to penetrate the systems, they get rewarded. So far, Facebook, Yahoo, Google, Reddit, Square and Microsoft have successfully implemented such programs. AgileBits, the team behind 1Password has invited the hackers to hack their password security system, for a 100.000$ bounty. At first, the prize was 25.000$, but it ha...
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