Monthly Archives: March 2017

Doxware: The Latest Ransomware

The term “doxware” is coined from the term ‘dox’, meaning searching or posting private information online with any malicious intention. The criminals draw the victims’ attention by stating that their crucial, confidential or personal files would be released online and … Continue reading

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Different ways to spot phishing emails

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SHA-1 Collision Found

Google recently announced that they have successfully generated a collision for SHA-1, although it would 90 more days before they reveal to the world as to how they accomplished this task. Hashing functions are an important aspect of cryptography, since … Continue reading

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