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Google bug hunt
Google bug hunt

Google bug hunt

Throughout seven years Google has maintained a successful Vulnerability Reward Program which paid $2.9 million in rewards to independent programmers and online researchers from 113 countries. Their goal was to hunt for holes and vulnerabilities in IT industry. The biggest reward of the year 2017 was $112,500, however most of rewards paid weren’t higher than

Mobile Ransomware grew by 415%
Mobile Ransomware grew by 415%

Mobile Ransomware grew by 415%

Random mobile hacks became less popular comparing to specifically orchestrated attacks. Hacking campaigns are now targeting particular countries and regions to steal personal information from the mobile phones: contacts, images, message, files and more. This became evident after the Trend Micro’s Mobile Threat Landscape report was published in 2017. It highlights the awareness for over

What is a “Not Secure" site?
Google will mark sites as “Not Secure”

Google will mark sites as “Not Secure”

June 2018 is the deadline that Google has set for all websites to get SSL certified, otherwise they will be marked as “Not Secure”. What does it mean for the website owners? This shouldn’t be a surprise seeing the latest updates that Google has been implementing throughout the years 2017-18. Websites using https:// or and

Is programmatic buying safe?
Is programmatic buying safe?

Is programmatic buying safe?

Big brands that spend millions of dollars in digital advertising are always stay protective of their brand names whether they use advertising through various media agencies or big market players. Google and YouTube will never forget the year 2017 boycott by over 250 advertisers that were fed up with sloppy executions and ads shown up

Biggest cybercrime in history
Biggest cybercrime in history

Biggest cybercrime in history

A biggest cybercrime group was discovered by the U.S. Department of Justice recently which lead to $2.2 billion in losses including the $530 million in charges for defrauding the online users and identity theft. The group was assembled with the cybercriminals from 17 countries, including the U.S., and consisted of over 23 members with some