1. DroidModderX

    Vault 7 Leak Exposes CIA's Ability To Hack Any Android or iOS Device

    By now you may have heard that the latest Wikileaks leak dubbed "Vault 7" has exposed some of the CIA's spying tactics. This leak suggest that the CIA is fully capable of hacking any Android or iOS device. They are apparently able to listen in on conversations around the world by utilizing the...
  2. DroidModderX

    The NES Classic Mini Has Been Hacked You Can Now Add 90 Games!

    If you were waiting on a good reason to pick up the Nintendo NES Classic Mini here it is. The device has been hacked and you can now add up to 90 of your favorite games from the NES. The NES Classic comes with 30 games. Having the ability to not only add 50+ more games, but to also pick and...
  3. DroidModderX

    Breaking News Yahoo Hacked! 500 Million Account Passwords Stolen!

    You should go change your Yahoo account passwords right now! Yahoo has confirmed that at least 500 million user accounts that were stolen in 2014 have just been leaked to the internet. They are recommending that Yahoo account holders change their passwords right now. According to Yahoo the...
  4. DroidModderX

    Samsung Pay Hacked! Allows Your Credit Card To Be Skimmed

    I can't say that I didn't see this coming. Once again we have a lab created hack performed by a security researcher. This time the vulnerability has been found in the security of Samsung Pay. The hack that was discovered is actually quite alarming though since it would enable the hacker to...
  5. DroidModderX

    Pokemon Go Farming Is Now A Thing

    Have you let Pokemon Go take over your life yet? Yea me neither. This game has seemingly taken the world by storm, and I can't go anywhere without seeing at least 2 or 3 people staring at their phones and bumping into things. Before you get too mad at them or make fun at them consider this...
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    Your Data At Risk! Hackers Acquire 1.5million Verizon Enterprise Accounts

    This is pretty grim news. Verizon's enterprise service has been hacked and more than 1.5million users have been affected. The data is currently being sold for a mere $100,000. Apparently 97% of Fortune 500 companies use Verizon's Enterprise service for business. One reason a company would use...