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  1. Over 80 government websites are down after TLS certificates expired and there's nobody on hand to renew them. More than 80 TLS certificates used by US government websites have expired so far without being renewed, leaving some websites inaccessible to the public. NASA, the US Department of Justice, and the Court of Appeals are just some of the US government agencies currently impacted, according to Netcraft. The blame falls on the current US federal government shutdown caused by US President Donald Trump's refusal to sign any 2019 government bud
  2. A study published in June 2019 reveals that in the Alexa Top 1 million websites, one out of 600 sites executes WebAssembly (Wasm) code. The study moreover finds that over 50% of those sites using WebAssembly apply it for malicious deeds, such as cryptocurrency mining and malware code obfuscation. Marius Musch, Christian Wressnegger, Martin Johns, and Konrad Rieck, in a study sponsored by the Institute for Application Security and the Institute of System Security from the Technische Universität Braunschweig, analyzed the prevalence of WebAssembly in the Alex
  3. Just when you thought we had hit rock bottom on all the ways the internet could snoop on us - no. We've sunk even lower. Fingerprinting isn't yet as widespread as cookies, those tiny files websites drop in your browser to track you. But it's concerning because it's much, much more aggressive. There's a tactic spreading across the web named after treatment usually reserved for criminals: fingerprinting. At least a third of the 500 sites Americans visit most often use hidden code to run an identity check on your computer or phone. Websites from CNN and B
  4. With over two million detections to date, compromising shopping sites' resources to steal customer payment card info is a global phenomenon unlikely to end soon. These attacks are collectively known as Magecart and there are multiple groups currently in the business, some more advanced than others. They target online payment forms and steal card data at checkout, a cybercriminal activity known as web skimming. This is done by loading at checkout JavaScript code designed to copy payment data and to send it to the attackers' server. Getting the co
  5. Updated: The internal API has been subject to not one, but multiple failed fix attempts. Vulnerabilities in Kaspersky software have left an internal API open to abuse by webmasters and attempts to patch have, so far, failed. On Monday, software developer Wladimir Palant documented the saga, which began after he began investigating Kaspersky Web Protection features included in software such as Kaspersky Internet Security 2019. The online protection functionality includes scans of search results to weed out potentially malicious links, ad blocking, and track
  6. If there were any major sites that took a web traffic pummeling in 2019 it was Yahoo and Tumblr. That’s according to a new report from SimilarWeb. The report looks back on key web trends in 2019. Among those trends were some pretty bad news for some sites. Particularly, SimilarWeb’s report says Tumblr saw its web traffic plummet 33% since 2018, when the site banned adult content. Yahoo saw a similar drop from its 2017 numbers, falling 33.6% during the period. Other key findings from the report: Total web traffic is on the rise, growi
  7. Cloudflare has gone down around the world and vast numbers of websites have gone down with it. The company provides cloud computing services to millions of people, meaning that a lot of websites are not accessible. One of these is Down Detector, which tracks outages, meaning people can’t even see if the website they want to visit is working or not. The chat service Discord has also stopped working as well as a number of other prominent pages. Matthew Price, Cloudflare CEO, tweeted: ‘Aware of major @Cloudflare issues impacting us netw
  8. A new extortion scam campaign is underway that is targeting websites owners and stating that if they do not make a payment, the attacker will ruin their site's reputation and get them blacklisted for spam. We all know, or should know, about the sextortion emails people are receiving where the sender states they have hacked the recipient's computer and taped them doing things while on adult sites. Since then, further extortion scams were created that pretend to be the CIA, bomb threats, and even from hitmen asking you to pay them to call off their hit. In th
  9. Criminals are using TLS certificates to convince users that fraudulent sites are worthy of their trust. One of the most common mechanisms used to secure web browser sessions — and to assure consumers that their transactions are secure — is also being used by criminals looking to gain victims' trust in phishing campaigns. The FBI has issued a public service announcement defining the problem and urging individuals to go beyond simply trusting any "https" URL. Browser publishers and website owners have waged successful campaigns to convince consumers to look
  10. WordPress team wants to forcibly auto-update older WordPress versions to newer releases. The developers behind the WordPress open-source content management system (CMS) are working on a plan to forcibly auto-update older versions of the CMS to more recent releases. The goal of this plan is to improve the security of the WordPress ecosystem, and the internet as a whole, since WordPress installations account for more than 34% of all internet websites. Officially supported versions include only the last six WordPress major releases, which currently are al
  11. Despite the fact that the Drupal exploit was reported-and patched-in March 2018, some 115,000 websites are still vulnerable. An exploit found in popular content management system (CMS) Drupal that makes it trivially easy for attackers to execute arbitrary code is still causing massive amounts of trouble three months after being discovered. As reported by researchers from Malwarebytes Labs, the attack known as Drupalgeddon 2 has infected over 900 websites with malware, primarily in the form of cryptominers that max out visitor CPUs in order to mine cryptocurr
  12. Open .git directories are a bigger cybersecurity problem than many might imagine, at least according to a Czech security researcher who discovered almost 400,000 web pages with an open .git directory possibly exposing a wide variety of data. Vladimír Smitka began his .git directory odyssey in July when he began looking at Czech websites to find how many were improperly configured and allow access to their .git folders within the file versions repository. Open .git directories are a particularly dangerous issue, he said, because they can contain a great deal of se
  13. Trying to enumerate the compromised sites on the Internet is a Sisyphian task. Luckily, it’s not a task that anyone really needs to perform any longer, especially now that Barracuda Labs has released its new Threatglass tool, a Web-based frontend that allows users to query a massive database of compromised sites to get detailed information on the malicious activity and the threats to visitors to those sites. Barracuda has been using its technology to scan millions of Web sites every week, looking for malicious activity on legitimate sites. Typically, the tools scan the Alexa top 25,000 si
  14. TV and Sport events http://www.rojadirecta.me/ http://88.80.11.29/ http://www.streamhunter.eu http://zonytvcom.info/ http://www.livestation.com/ (News Channels) https://www.youtube.com/live/all http://www.justin.tv/ http://www.ustream.tv http://aflam4you.tv/index.html (Arabic Channels + beIN Sports channels) http://www.kakibara.com/ http://www.stream2watch.me/ http://www.hahasport.com/ http://www.firstrow1.eu/ http://tvtoss.com/ Movies http://www.movie4k.to/ Movies Subtitles http://subsce
  15. The internet is an amazing place where you can find more than 1 billion websites. Along with some fantastic sites there are some weird ones too. It’s impossible for a person to visit every website. Therefore we have gathered some strange websites on the internet. Some of them are funny, some are really boring and a few are like you can’t answer why they exist. We haven’t included adult site here, so you can click on all link without any hesitation. Enjoy the list! 1. Iloveyoulikeafatladylovesapples: Feel the hunger of the fat lady until you let her eat enough apples. T
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    When it comes to entertainment nothing can beat the environment and fun provided by movies. There are millions of movies in different categories that you can choose as per your interest. From sci-fi to comedy, from action to suspense, from horror to romantic, everything is out there. You just need to find the right path to watch these movies. If your life is so busy and hectic that you don’t get enough time to go out for movies halls and theater to watch movies, still you can have latest movies in your device so that you can watch it whenever you want you. Today, I am sharing best
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