Massive Government Surveillance Programs

Government Surveillance

Government Surveillance Programs Two years ago, documents leaked online by Edward Snowden revealed the existence of massive government surveillance programs in the U.S. Irrespective of how they feel about what Snowden did, many people are at least somewhat uncomfortable with the idea that their communications and other activities online may be monitored More...

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It’s possible to hack and hijak an entire aircraft using an Android smartphone using PlaneSploit
By Kevin Ndege On Monday, April 15th, 2013
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Revealed: It’s possible to hack and hijack an entire aircraft using an Android smartphone

Ever wondered why we are made to switch off our phones and laptops on airlines. It’s possible to interfere with the aircraft communications systems and worst still hack and hijak an entire aircraft using More...

The Worlds Internet Bad Neighborhoods concentrated in India, Vietnam and Brazil
By Kevin Ndege On Friday, March 22nd, 2013
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The Worlds Internet Bad Neighborhoods concentrated in India, Vietnam and Brazil

50% of all junk mail on the net emerges from just 20 of the 42,201 internet service providers (ISPs). A study of 42,201 ISPs by a researcher in the Netherlands, Giovane Cesar Moreira Moura who studies at the More...

Virus infects smartphone to launch attack on PC
By Kevin Ndege On Monday, February 18th, 2013
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Virus on smartphone infects, to launch attack on PC

KASPERSKY LAB has discovered the first ever Android malware app that appears to have been designed not to attack the host smartphone but any PCs that get connected to it. Discovered on Google Play, targeting More...

Facebook Hacked by Zero-Day Java Exploit
By Kevin Ndege On Sunday, February 17th, 2013
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Facebook Hacked by Zero-Day Java Exploit

Facebook was hacked via a zero-day Java exploit last month. The attack occurred when a handful of Facebook employees visited a mobile developer’s compromised website. Laptops used by these employees were More...