Fileless Malware: Why You Should Care

One of the more recent developments in attacker tradecraft is so-called “fileless malware.” This trend — which emerged a few years ago but gained significant prominence in late 2016 and throughout 2017 — refers to malware that is designed specifically and architected to not require — or in fact interact with at all — the
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IOI : Internet Of Intolerance

Harassment—from garden-variety name calling to more threatening behavior— is a common part of online life that colors the experiences of many web users. Fully 73% of adult internet users have seen someone be harassed in some way online and 40% have personally experienced it, according to a survey by the Pew Research Center. Pew Research asked respondents
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How to Unblock / Access Blocked Websites

Few Posts back we have shared how helpful or fatal is to block websites on internet?  So, now the question is how can you access the blocked sites (For Legal) uses ? Well, come on lets see. Although there is no way to prevent internet censorship completely, as every country has some sites that are
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Why Blocking Sites Is Bad For The Internet

The internet is by far one of the greatest inventions of our age. Not only has is created a global community like the world has never seen before, it also has given us easy and instant access to unparalleled amounts of information. Unfortunately, with has good has come the bad, and because of this, we
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Say ‘no’ to Facebook’s Internet.org, says creator of world wide web Tim Berners-Lee

Facebook’s Internet.org continues to face massive backlash! Turns out, Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web said ‘just say no’ to Facebook’s Internet.org or ‘Free Basics’. Facebook’s controversial initiative is accused of violating net neutrality. Recently, Facebook rebrand the product and now calls it ‘Free Basics’. In an interview with TheGuardian, Berners-Lee said, “In
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India’s Internet Regulator Puts Facebook’s ‘Free Basics’ Program on Hold

The program aims to provide limited Internet services for free, but has been criticized for allegedly violating net neutrality Facebook’s plan to provide limited Internet services for free in India has run into a roadblock, with the country’s top Internet regulatory body requesting its local partner to temporarily suspend the program. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India
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Tech That Changed Our Lives in 50 Years

So, who doesn’t have a smartphone? Well, in this age that is growing, nearly anyone has access to cellular devices. How wonderful it was to remain in contact with your nearest and dearest even in the event that you’re distant from each other. Before, snail emails need months or weeks to reach its destination. Now,
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Internet Of Things under Attack claims Symantec

A perfect cyber crime storm is brewing, and two of the main ingredients are ransomware and the Internet of Things. Cybercrime has become an industry with all the operational trappings of any legitimate sector, McAfee Labs noted in its five-year threat review released earlier this month. It has its own supply chain, market segments, service
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YouTube to offer OFFLINE service in India

Google has announced that YouTube will be available to users in Offline mode in India in coming weeks. This means, users will be able to download videos in the YouTube app when they are connected on Wi-Fi, and view it later without a data connection. The feature will be useful in India which has the
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Facebook prepared to spend billions of dollars for bringing the Internet to everyone on the planet

Facebook is prepared to spend billions of dollars to reach its goal of bringing the Internet to everyone on the planet, Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg said on Friday. “Whatwe really care aboutis connecting everyone in the world,” Zuckerberg said at an event in Mexico City hostedby Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim. “Even if it means thatFacebook
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