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– TLDR; On 4 September at 14:30 UTC, an unknown attacker managed to hack into MEGA’s Google Chrome web store account and upload a malicious version 3.39.4 of an extension to the web store, according to a blog post published by the company. Upon installation or auto-update, the malicious … See Full Article
– Over 50% of cyber attacks are executed through malware, whose job is to find a flaw to inject other types of viruses including malware, adware and much more. Knowing the computer remotely, it can spy on the screen and even crypt the files: a wrong click and you lose anything. It is estimated that … See Full Article
– It is estimated that Google has downloaded more pages than any other search engine in the field. With over billions of pages and a relatively low execution time, the popular Californian search engine is able to satisfy all research, both for educational purposes and for purely curiosity purposes. … See Full Article
– Online compilers are a handy tool to save time and resources for coders, and are freely available for a variety of programming languages. They are useful for learning a new language and developing simple programs, such as the ubiquitous “Hello World” exercise. I often use online compilers when I am … See Full Article
– The “MoneroV” coin is an impending unofficial fork of the Monero blockchain with many “red flag” characteristics that have alarmed the Monero community. Many users are wondering: could the MoneroV fork be a scam project? This article discusses risks for individuals claiming MoneroV, and describes … See Full Article