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India – The World’s Biggest Spam Source

India – The World’s Biggest Spam Source

Internet Security Firm, Kaspersky has recently honored India as the top source of spam in the whole world. The firm noticed that an average of 79.8% of global email traffic was spam during the third quarter of 2011. Out of these figures, 14.8% of the spam originated in India, while… Read more »

Sony Apologizes for the Break-in, Offers Compensation. What About the Stolen Data Dude?

Sony Apologizes for the Break-in, Offers Compensation. What About the Stolen Data Dude?

Sony, Today announced that parts of PlayStation Network will be online this week and gamers will be compensated for not being able to use it. PlayStation Network, which enables users to play games with other users and friends around the globe and download movies and games over the Internet, went… Read more »

Sony Hacking Dilemma: 2.2 Million Credit Card Details Up for Sale

Sony Hacking Dilemma: 2.2 Million Credit Card Details Up for Sale

News are that, 2.2 million credit card details are currently up for sale to the highest bidder, worst case scenario. Unknown hackers tried to sell these details to Sony before listing them on underground credit card sales forums, reported by PSX-Scene. What really is frustrating that CCV security codes were… Read more »

Sony Admits Massive Data Breach, Including Credit Card Details

Sony Admits Massive Data Breach, Including Credit Card Details

This is going to be the worse week for Sony. Earlier, Sony PlayStation Network was taken down by hackers and today the company has officially confirmed that Sony suffered massive data breach. Continue reading to know how worse it has gone. In a press release today, Sony confirmed that (PlayStation… Read more »

How to Remove Fake “Antivirus Live”

How to Remove Fake “Antivirus Live”

You might have heard of many fake Anti virus software. If you haven’t, its the right time to open your eyes. Antivirus Live is one of them. If you did not install any software and it pops up on the screen asking you to scan your computer, DO NOT DO… Read more »

PHP Floating Point Bug may Crash Servers

PHP Floating Point Bug may Crash Servers

A newly identified bug in certain versions of the PHP scripting language could crash servers when the software is given the task of converting a large floating point number. This may even raise the possibility that hackers may exploit this glitch.

Google Collected Personal Info – South Korean Police

Google Collected Personal Info – South Korean Police

South Korean Police today said that Google collected e-mails and other personal information from unsecured wireless networks in the country while filming photographs for its Street View mapping service.

Microsoft Office Malware Alert

Microsoft Office Malware Alert

Microsoft’s Malware Protection Center issued a warning this week, alerting users that it has found malicious code on the Internet that can take advantage of a flaw in Microsoft Word and infect computers after users does nothing more than read an e-mail.

Hotmail New Year’s Bug Leads to Missing E-mails

Hotmail New Year’s Bug Leads to Missing E-mails

Some users of Microsoft’s Hotmail have started off the New Year scrambling to get back old e-mails in their online e-mail accounts. A number of users have posted franticly on Microsoft’s forum asking for assistance in retrieving their lost e-mails.

ISPs Raided in Anonymous DDoS Investigations

ISPs Raided in Anonymous DDoS Investigations

Law enforcement agencies in the United States and Germany have raided a number of Internet Services Providers in hopes of tracking down hackers who launched distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks against websites such as Visa.com, Mastercard.com and Paypal.com earlier this month.

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