Tag Archives: network security

Is your website pwned?

/ December 15, 2017

“You just got pwned!” In the gaming world, pwn is a leetspeak term for dominating a rival. However, nowadays, pwn is associated with hacking.┬áBeing pwned is being compromised. It may

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Will You Share Your Password?

/ December 5, 2017

Just recently, a Member of Parliament in the UK admitted on Twitter that she shares her login credentials to her staff. Her statement shook the Twitterverse with horrified replies from

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WWIII: Hacker Wars

/ September 12, 2017

Last year, black hat hackers launched a total of four billion cyber attacks. That was five times greater than the cyber attacks in 2015. Across the world, damages from cyber

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The Dark Side of the Net

/ August 28, 2017

Since the advent of the Internet, the world wide web has become an open marketplace. Businesses, personal, and social networking sites have appeared online. There are websites that are openly

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The Vulnerable Software

/ August 18, 2017

With the recent hacking on HBO plus the WannaCry and NotPetya ransomware attacks a few weeks back, you couldn’t help but ask how vulnerable a software can be. In this

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Is The Web Really Secure?

/ March 6, 2017

You probably sent an email via Gmail, logged in to Facebook, or paid someone via PayPal. You’re confident that those actions were safe. They were, really. Because these sites use

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