Hackers Can Break into Your Gmail, Hotmail or Yahoo Account for $129

Hacking services are increasingly being offered in a booming Dark Web, according to Dell SecureWorks’s annual report that examined current and emerging trends in the underground hacker marketplace. The cyber security company’s third annual Underground Hacker Markets Report says, hackers are increasingly operating as regular businesses with many advertising themselves as “honest, trustworthy and professional,” and offering a variety of illicit goods and services on the cheap.

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Android Messaging Apps Leaking Data, Bug Dubbed ‘Surreptitious Sharing’,

German researchers have found a serious flaw in the way many popular Android email and messaging apps – including Skype and even secure systems like Telegram and Signal – share documents, images and videos. Dominik Schürmann and Lars Wolf from Braunschweig University of Technology say the bug, dubbed ‘Surreptitious Sharing’, allows attackers to capture data including passwords, private keys and message histories.

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