Friday , October 19 2018

October, 2018

  • 18 October

    Million of US Voter Records for Sale

    Million of US Voter Records for Sale

    Around 35 million voter records from the 19 different countries are available for sale in the dark web forum. Anomali and Intel 471 researchers have discovered a seller who offers a full names, phone number, physical addresses, voting history and other unspecified voting data. Around 23 million records which are …

  • 17 October

    Bug in New iOS Lets Attacker Access iPhone Pics

    Bug in New iOS Lets Attacker Access iPhone Pics

    A latest vulnerability has discovered in Apple’s latest iOS, 12.0.1, which was released last week, that basically allows any attacker with a physical access to an iPhone entry into the photos on a locked phone, according to the Jose Rodriguez, a Spanish Security Researcher. While the bypass bug, which was …

  • 17 October

    Cyber Security Salaries Rise 6% in One Year

    Cybersecurity Salaries Rise 6% in One Year

    It’s good news for cybersecurity professionals that their salaries have now risen by 6% in just one year, which doubles the national average of 2.9% according to Acumin Consulting latest annual Salary Survey. The firm has analyzed 56 keys for cybersecurity positions across its database of the end users, system …

  • 17 October

    IF I’M AN ENTREPRENEUR, WHAT’S A STARTUP?

    IF I’M AN ENTREPRENEUR, WHAT’S A STARTUP?

    Today, I will be picking an article from a book by Eric Ries, The Lean Startup is a set of practices for helping entrepreneurs increase their odds of building a successful startup. To set the record straight, it’s important to define what actually startup is: “A STARTUP IS A HUMAN …

  • 16 October

    Asad Umar to Meet PayPal CEO (We Need PayPal in Pakistan)

    Asad Umar to Meet PayPal CEO (We Need PayPal in Pakistan)

    Asad Umar former Finance Minister who recently talked about paypal in his TV interview where he talked that we will talk with PayPal CEO to bring PayPal services into Pakistan and also he said that if PayPal didn’t agree we will launch alternative to PayPal. He also highlighted that the …

  • 16 October

    iPhone a Growing Target of Crypto-Mining Attacks

    The apple products specifically iPhone is the growing target for crypto-mining attacks, according to Check Point, iPhone attacks has increased by nearly 400% over the last two weeks in the September.

    The apple products specifically iPhone is the growing target for crypto-mining attacks, according to Check Point, iPhone attacks has increased by nearly 400% over the last two weeks in the September. In the recent published Global Threat Index, Check Point researchers said that they are into this and will continue …

  • 15 October

    Gang of ATM Thieves Including a European Caught in Islamabad

    Gang of ATM Thieves Including a European Caught in Islamabad

    FIA has successfully caught a gang who were involved in committing ATM fraud at various locations throughout the Islamabad. Among these arrested individuals a Romanian citizens was also involved. According to the Police, this gang who were found with 130 ATM credit cards, with up to 1000 fake ATM cards, …

  • 15 October

    Hackers Win Big by Gambling on Identity Spoofing

    Hackers Win Big by Gambling on Identity Spoofing

    While analyzing the global cybercrime patterns the ThreatMetrix has found that the identity spoofing, fueled by the stolen identity data, which is for sure the most prevalent attach vector for the gaming and gambling industry. Q2 2018 Gaming & Gambling Report who has discovered that the location (IP) spoofing attack …

  • 14 October

    Why Startups Fail

    Why Startups Fail

    Why are startups failing so badly everywhere we look? The first problem is the allure of a good plan, a solid strategy, and thorough market research. In earlier eras, these things were indicators of likely success. The overwhelming temptation is to apply them to startups too, but this doesn’t work, …

  • 11 October

    Microsoft Fixes Zero Day and Data Deletion Bugs

    Microsoft Fixes Zero Day and Data Deletion Bugs

    Microsoft has recently released the security fixes, this time they have addressed around century of vulnerabilities, which include one of the critical zero day and three of which have been publicly disclosed. The most critical vulnerability that needs to be fixing is CVE-2018-8453, a privilege escalation flaw in Win32 which …