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iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus: Pricing, release dates and everything else you need to know

Apple’s huge press conference has finally wrapped up, and Apple fans have a lot to be excited about this fall. The most exciting new product shown off on stage on Tuesday was certainly the all new Apple Watch, which marks Apple’s first venture into wearable computing. Of course, the iPhone is still Apple’s big money-maker, and the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are almost certainly on their way to becoming Apple’s best-selling smartphones ever.

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iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus: Pricing, release dates and everything else you need to know

Apple’s huge press conference has finally wrapped up, and Apple fans have a lot to be excited about this fall. The most exciting new product shown off on stage on Tuesday was certainly the all new Apple Watch, which marks Apple’s first venture into wearable computing. Of course, the iPhone is still Apple’s big money-maker, and the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are almost certainly on their way to becoming Apple’s best-selling smartphones ever.

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Things you should do to protect your password

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Password Security

Today hundreds of users are getting hacked by cyber criminals, there hackers are breaching user’s personal information such as email id, credit/debit card information, physical address, legal document identities.

They may hack users by Email phishing, fraud social post, DDoS Attacks and…

Blackphone no challenge at DEF CON, gets rooted within 5 minutes

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Researcher finds that you can hack airplanes through in-flight Wi-Fi

Everyone loves in-flight Wi-Fi… until it allows a hacker to infiltrate the plane’s satellite communications equipment. CBC News brings us word that security researcher Ruben Santamarta of IOActive is going to present new findings at the Black Hat conference in Las Vegas this week showing how to use a plane’s Wi-Fi and even its in-flight entertainment system to hack into its satellite equipment.

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thetechgets:

Researcher finds that you can hack airplanes through in-flight Wi-Fi

Everyone loves in-flight Wi-Fi… until it allows a hacker to infiltrate the plane’s satellite communications equipment. CBC News brings us word that security researcher Ruben Santamarta of IOActive is going to present new findings at the Black Hat conference in Las Vegas this week showing how to use a plane’s Wi-Fi and even its in-flight entertainment system to hack into its satellite equipment.

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