Landpage.co Facebook Virus – How to Remove It

landpage-co-facebook-virus-remove-sensorstechforum-guideThe so-called Landpage.co is the domain of a Facebook virus that has been affecting online users through the services of one of the most popular social platforms. It has been detected to be spread via Facebook’s Messenger feature/app. Typically, the…
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Can All-in-One Printers Be Hacked? “Hackable?” Sets the Fax Straight

The heyday of fax technology may have been in the 80s, but all-in-one printers found throughout homes and offices often still include a fax machine. And telephonic transmission has resisted the rise of email and other internet-connected messaging tools in a variety of fields, including healthcare and law enforcement. On the latest episode of “Hackable?” […]

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Here’s How Easy It Is to Hack and Exploit a Smart Coffee Maker

Avast researchers hacked a smart coffee maker “in all kinds of ways”. They even turned it into a ransomware tool and a gateway to a home network. The idea of this hacking project was to see how deep IoT vulnerabilities…
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CVE-2019-7406 in TP-Link Wi-Fi Extenders Can Be Exploited without Authentication

IBM researchers just discovered another serious zero-day vulnerability, this time impacting TP-Link Wi-Fi Extenders. The vulnerability (known as to CVE-2019-7406) could lead to remote code execution attacks and affects TP-Link Wi-Fi Extender models RE365, RE650, RE350 and RE500 running firmware…
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CVE-2019-11477: Linux Flaw Discovered by Netflix Researcher

A number of Linux and FreeBSD servers and systems are vulnerable to a denial of service vulnerability dubbed SACK Panic, as well as other forms of attacks. Four security vulnerabilities affecting a range of Linux and FreeBSD servers were unearthed…
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