Which sites have the most monthly traffic?

Surveys show that the Alphabet site, with over 5 billion monthly visits, is the world’s busiest site. Research by the online research firm WebsiteToolTester shows that the Alphabet site, which is a subsidiary of Google , receives the most…

The ability to edit tweets will not be added to Twitter

Twitter users always ask for an edit key, but it’s never been a feature, and now Jack Dorsey has made a definitive answer. Twitter users have been requesting the Edit key since the service was launched…

What is a Foreshadow vulnerability and how does it affect users’ security?

Foreshadow is the latest security breach that threatens different processors, especially Intel. Specter and Meltdown security vulnerabilities continue to be followed by Intel , AMD and other microprocessor manufacturers. Foreshadow , Following the initial disclosure of the bug and the…

The Worst Security Passwords for year 2019

The security company SlashData has released a list of the worst passwords to protect its information every year. Despite all the leaks and holes and innumerable security risks, most people still use their password and…

Does Google Chrome’s DNS-over-HTTPS feature improve your security?

DNS-over-HTTPS , HTTPS nowadays most of the internet traffic is encrypted and your browser data is protected from eavesdropping by cyber criminals to protect your privacy.  Popular browsers like Google Chrome and Firefox also alert…

How to extract email addresses in Gmail?

If you look around, you will find that almost everyone uses Google services in their daily lives. When we talk about Google services, we mean using Gmail, Google Search, Google Calendar, and so on in our…

Expand New Currency Extraction Malware Using Old NSA Malware

More than six years after the release of the top-secret US malware classification, malware is still being develop. In year 6, the NSA’s classified malware was stolen from the NSA and spread across the Internet.  Cybercriminals…

Microsoft: New Dexphot malware infects more than 6,000 computers

A new malware called Dexphot has been discovered using Ramsar mining, which, according to Microsoft, has infected more than 6,000 computers. Microsoft security researchers released details of a new malware operation called Dexphot. The malware has been running since…

Bitcoin Under the Magnifying Glass: Why and How was the Cryptocurrency Born?

With the increasing importance of bitcoin and the technology of cryptocurrencies, we decided to examine this technology in a special case. Encrypted money or internet money are names we have heard a lot about in recent years. Bitcoin is…

Infographic: A map of Bitcoin Forks

Bitcoin is a myth that has made a lot of noise in the tech world and has become a trend. In this infographic, we take a look at bitcoin forks. A decade or so after the…