Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Hacking News

A Unique Way to Hack Someone’s Snapchat Account

In fact, snapchat is the hottest and trendy messaging application which is widely used to share images and pictures among the teenagers. It is allowing people to customize their images and it is also recognized as the fundamental marketing tool. If you are sharing the content in snapchat then it is saved in the plenty of ways without convey to your knowledge. In a modern world most of the teens are using snapchat so many of the parents are looking to hack their child snapchat account. In case you are having a question about how to hack someones snapchat account ...

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Hackers Can Access iPhone Contacts and Photos Without a Password

iPhone users have yet another screenlock bypass vulnerability to watch out for, according to a new video demonstration that shows how the bug can be exploited to gain unauthorized access to photos and contacts. The hack reportedly works on iOS version 9.0.1, which Apple released Wednesday, although some people say they are unable to reproduce it. The vulnerability makes it possible for someone who gets even a brief moment with an iPhone to rifle through contacts and photos without entering the password. Here it is in action. It works by entering an incorrect password four times. Then, immediately after the ...

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Apple Macs in Big Trouble After Reveal of New Worm Thunderstrike 2

Hacks that exploit firmware are considered particularly dangerous because they are especially hard to find —because security software meant to find it doesn’t scan firmware — and then get rid of. It would also be hard for Apple to protect against, according to the researchers, and extra difficult to get rid of once it happens because users would have to reset the whole chip. That would mean that the attack would likely sit forever on the chip once it was installed, giving hackers lasting control over the device. “[The attack is] really hard to detect, it’s really hard to get ...

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PS4 Hack for Piracy Confirmed in Brazil

Yesterday, journalists at UOL Jogos, a trusted site in Brazil, have confirmed that the hack is real, as they have verified it themselves on a test console (original article, in Portuguese, can be found here). It needs to be emphasized that this is not the well known “account sharing” trick, but a new kind of hack. Small electronics store in some streets of Sao Paulo will charge from R$ 300 to R$ 400 (about $100 to $150) in order to install 10 pirated games on your console. The UOL journalists have confirmed the hack to work on their own console. ...

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How to Crack a Wi-Fi Network Password Easily – LifeHacker.com

You already know that if you want to lock down your Wi-Fi network, you should opt for WPA encryption because WEP is easy to crack. But did you know how easy? Take a look. Note: This post demonstrates how to crack WEP passwords, an older and less often used network security protocol. If the network you want to crack is using the more popular WPA encryption, see our guide to cracking a Wi-Fi network’s WPA password with Reaver instead. Today we’re going to run down, step-by-step, how to crack a Wi-Fi network with WEP security turned on. But first, a ...

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Meet the guy who just broke TweetDeck

TweetDeck, a popular Twitter app for desktops, has been hacked — because a 19-year-old computer geek in Austria wanted to use cute, little hearts. On Wednesday, something like an Internet worm quickly spread across the Twitter social media network. It came from a tweet of a “♥” symbol that was loaded with a string of code — one that hijacked people’s TweetDeck software. Like a typical worm, this code told affected TweetDeck accounts to share the message, thus disseminating it everywhere. An Austrian teenager named Florian (he prefers to go by Firo) says he started it all. Firo, who declined to ...

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