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Uncovering the Latest Cyber Attack Trends: A Global Identity Crisis

Looking for a way to foresee future attacks and protect your data and your organization from cyber threats? In this video, cybersecurity expert Jeff Crume explains the steps you can take to gain that protection and understand where new threats will be coming from in the future.

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Security

MAJOR EXPLOIT: This GIF can Backdoor ANY Android Phone [Zero-Day]

In this video, Daniel Boctor takes a deep dive into the inner mechanics of a double free vulnerability within Android OS, allowing attackers to gain complete access to any Android mobile phone with an RCE (remote code execution). This vulnerability was exploited by creating a custom GIF file and sending it to a user in […]

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Security

Pwnagotchi — hacking WiFi networks in seconds | Real Experiment

In this video, Sumsub showcases the power of the Pwnagotchi, cheap wifi hacking device. Witness how cybercriminals can hack your wifi network in seconds just by standing near you and leaving you exposed and vulnerable to identity theft, data breaches, and more.

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Security

Uncovering the History of STUXNET: The World’s First Cyber Weapon

When considering the impact of modern warfare, the gravity of cyber operations is very often overlooked by the general public. We have no idea where this is going. This video is from Upper Echelon. “Stuxnet” is the worlds first known Cyber Weapon. Initially deployed against Iran, the program eventually escaped containment, spreading to the world […]

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Apple Security

Macs Just Got a New Virus

ThioJoe highlights a new MacOS virus called the “Atomic MacOS Stealer.”

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Hardware Security

Don’t Buy Android TV Boxes – Here’s What You Need to Know

This video is from Linus Tech Tips. These Android TV boxes have been around just about as long as Android has. Odds are, you or someone you know has had one over the years. But beneath their crunchy Android exterior lies a deep, dark secret. What evils will befall you should you choose to bring […]

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Security

Reverse Engineering a Virus Downloaded from Discord – A Cautionary Tale

This video is from Low Level Learning. A hacker put malware on a Discord server that I hang out on, so naturally I downloaded it to see what it did. Instead of just running the software, I tried to reverse engineer it to get a peek underneath the hood at the assembly and see what […]

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