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Latest Carding Dorks List for Sql Injection 2020

Are you looking out the new SQL Injection Carding Dorks list? What is Carding? Ultimate List of Fresh Google Carding Dorks Disclaimer: Please be aware that w-se.com is illegal unless you have permission from the account owner and the parties involved. This post should be used as a kit to help the public understand the…

Equifax to Spend $1 Billion – Court Approves Equifax Data Breach Settlement

On 13 January 2020, the initial resolution of a class action lawsuit filed against Equifax on the massive data breach revealed in September 2017 was accepted by the federal court. Approximately 147 million people were affected by the accident, presumably a product of the incompetence of Equifax, according to an Inquiry Permanent Subcommittee of the…

Adobe Patches Several Vulnerabilities in Illustrator

Update Patch Tuesday patches fix several bugs in the Illustrator and Experience Manager software of Adobe, January 2020. An update released for Windows’s Illustrator CC 2019 fixes five bugs which could lead to arbitrary code execution within the targeted user. Honggang Ren of Fortinet’s FortiGuard Laboratories identified the vulnerabilities to Adobe. Although the weaknesses have…

Facebook Bug – A Bad Code Allowed Anyone to View Page Admin

Last week Facebook rushed to patch an error that exposed accounts of people who manage pages after several high-profile pages were exploited by their weakness. If the owner of a Facebook page edits a message, users may track changes using the’ See Edit History ‘ function. It function would inform the consumer precisely when a…

5 Steps You Can Take to Make Your Website More Accessible

Making your website as accessible as possible is of the utmost importance. Accessibility directly translates into usability. Improving this aspect of your website increases the range of people that can effortlessly use it. Whether your visitors browse it from different devices or they are visually impaired, making your website more accessible ensures consistent user experience….

FBI Asks Apple for Saudi Shooting Suspect Phone Data

This week, the FBI requested Apple to help extract data from iPhones belonging to the Saudi aviation student who said that three mariners fatally shot at a US naval base in Florida last month. Investigators tried to access both devices–iPhone 7 and iPhone 5 of the Royal Saudi Air Force’s 21-year-old Mohammed Alshamrani–but were incapable…

BlackBerry announces a solution to automotive safety

This week, BlackBerry unveiled a customized car solution to help OEMs improve the health and protection of cars. The plan seeks to provide the requisite basis for cars that are “future-proof,” as well as to help speed up production times and rising start-up costs. With the new solution at hand, and with the help of…

super smash flash 2 demo

What’s Super Smash? –Flash Super Smash is gone! You mind us, don’t you? The first fangame of Smash Bros, most known for material and complexity, was Super Smash Flash… well, Super Smash in a Flash instead of playing. This had very little resemblance to the actual gameplay of Smash Bros since it was our first…

Airline Cyber Attack Attacks: Cancel Flights in Alaska

On Saturday, at the height of holiday travel, RavnAir cancelled at least half a dozen flights in Alaska, after what the business identified as “a disruptive cyber attack” on its computer network. According to company spokeswoman Debbie Reinwand, the cancellations involved around 260 travelers. The regional carrier suspended all flights involving its Dash 8 aircraft…

Canadian laboratory testing company pays the ransom to protect the compromised information

LifeLabs, a laboratory test company, confirmed Tuesday it charged a ransom to protect information for Canadians that was hacked at the end of October in a data breach. Hackers have accessed personal information from an unknown number of the 15 million Canadian users of the organization, primarily in Ontario and British Columbia. Health card numbers,…