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Flawless Characters

Everyone who knows anything about writing or reading novels knows that you have to start with a flawed character. Well, everyone but me. I don’t believe in flawed characters, just characters that come alive. Tell me honestly, except for a few physi...
by Bertram's Blog on Sep 3, 2016

Alat Pendeteksi Keretakan Beton Portabel MFD500B

Alat Pendeteksi Keretakan Beton, Jual Alat Pendeteksi Keretakan Beton, Harga Alat Pendeteksi Keretakan Beton Alat Pendeteksi Keretakan Dinding Beton seri MFD500B ini merupakan alat Ultrasonic Flaw Detector atau alat pendeteksi keretakan yang ada p...
by Alat Uji on Aug 21, 2016

How to Hack Someones Facebook Account Just by Knowing their Phone Numbers

Hacking Facebook account is one of the major queries on the Internet today. It's hard to find — how to hack Facebook account, but researchers have just proven by taking control of a Facebook account with only the target's phone number and...
by Tech Holics Blog on Jun 16, 2016

Siri Lets Anyone Send a Text Message Bypass Your iPhone’s Passcode Lock screen, Major Flaw in iOS 9.0.2

It’s not the first time Siri have cause a major flaw in iOS. In iOS 8 it was discovered that a bug was present that allows anyone who got hold of your iPhone to activate Siri from the password lock home screen and they would then be able to pos...
by iPhoneGlance on Feb 18, 2016

Zero-day flaw found in Mac OS X Yosemite security update

An Italian teenager has discovered a previously unknown zero-day vulnerability in Apple's Mac OS X platform that could be exploited by hackers to allow privileged access to Mac systems. A proof-of-concept has been released by Luca Todesco, 18, who sa...
by MondoUnix on Aug 20, 2015

How to test your router for public (WAN side) exposure to NetUSB flaw

All you need to do is go to Steve Gibson’s website https://www.grc.com/x/portprobe=20005...
by dralnuX on Jun 17, 2015

94% Answers A personality Flaw – Ball of – People in Cinema

Few day ago they added new level for this game but unfortunately when I update the game, level of game becomes random. So I have make 94% Answer for new level on random. SCIMOB have created many interesting game, after they make 94 Second and 94 Deg...

94% Level 70 Answers

94% Level 70 Answers for iPod, iPhone, Windows phone and Android – Do you get stuck on 94 Percent Game Level 70 and need the answers? No need to worry, because I have listed the answers for Level 70 94% A Personality Flaw, A Ball of and A Personali...
by 94-answer.com on May 4, 2015

94% A Personality Flaw Answers

94% A Personality Flaw Answers for iPod, iPhone, Windows phone and Android – 94% is a great guessing mobile game which is created by SCIMOB, the makers of the famous games 94 Seconds and 94 Degrees which have more than 25 million worldwide players.
by 94-answer.com on May 2, 2015

Apple's fixed a serious OS X security flaw, but only for Yosemite users

There are times in life when you wonder what it is that you've done to deserve such neglect from those you hold dear. It's a feeling that plenty of Mac users will be experiencing today as Apple has announced that it found a serious security flaw in O...
by engadget on Apr 10, 2015

Meerkat is silently fixing a flaw that lets anyone hijack livestreams

Livestreaming apps aren't new, but few have enjoyed as much notoriety in such a short time as Meerkat. Twitter users have adopted it in droves and the social network even went as far as limiting the app's access to its social graph last week for viol...
by engadget on Mar 19, 2015

Meerkat is silently fixing a flaw that lets anyone hijack livestreams

Livestreaming apps aren't new, but few have enjoyed as much notoriety in such a short time as Meerkat. Twitter users have adopted it in droves and the social network even went as far as limiting the app's access to its social graph last week for viol...
by engadget on Mar 19, 2015

Security flaw from the '90s leaves Apple and Android users open to attack

A team of cryptographers have discovered that a security flaw from way back in the '90s still leaves users today vulnerable to cyberattacks. They've dubbed it "Factoring attack on RSA-EXPORT Key" or FREAK, and it renders everyone who uses Safari on M...
by engadget on Mar 4, 2015

Microsoft says 'no fair' after Google exposes Windows flaw early

When the world's biggest technology companies start playing rough with each other, it's normally consumers who wind up suffering. This time out, it's Windows users who are feeling the pain after Google publicly posted the details of a Windows 8.1 fla...
by engadget on Jan 12, 2015

Moonpig flaw leaves customer accounts wide open for 17 months

Over the years we've seen our fair share of security breaches and loopholes, but rarely do they take the companies involved almost 17 months to patch them up. Moonpig, the online mail order greeting card service, is guilty of this particular faux-pas...
by engadget on Jan 6, 2015

Magor flaw in SSL protocol revealed by Google

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by Beer andJoysticks on Oct 15, 2014

Major USB Security Flaw Called BadUSB Has No Fix and Could Quickly Spread Virus

That USB stick you have could potentially infect your computer with malware, and there is nothing you can do to stop it short of not using it. Security researchers have published the malicious code on the website Github showing how it can hide in the...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Oct 5, 2014

Alat Uji Keretakan – Ultrasonic Flaw Detector MFD650C

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FTC Approves Credit Karma & Fandango Settlement for Failing to Secure Data

It’s what had been expected. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) approved the settlements with both Credit Karma and Fandango for their failure to take reasonable steps to secure their mobile apps. By not doing so, both companies made the sensit...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Aug 23, 2014

US hospital hack ‘exploited Heartbleed flaw’

The theft of personal data belonging to about 4.5 million healthcare patients earlier this year was made possible because of the Heartbleed bug, according to a leading security expert. Community Health Systems - the US's second largest profit-making...
by MondoUnix on Aug 20, 2014


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