April, 2019

  • 1 April

    Jeff Bezos’ Investigators Believe Saudi Arabia Accessed His Phone

    Jeff Bezos' Investigators Believe Saudia Arabia Accessed His Phone

    But They Are Unable to Prove That Kingdom gave AMI the Images The revelation that The National Enquirer, who has gained intimate texts and the images between the Jeff Bezos the CEO Amazong and Lauren Sanches, Jeff Bezos than ordered an investigation into who was behind the data breach. In …

  • 1 April

    2 Million or More Credit Card Stolen From Earl Enterprise Restaurants

    2 Million or More Credit Card Stolen From Earl Enterprise Restaurants

    More than 2 million credit cards numbers have been stolen from the Earl Enterprise restaurants in just 10 month breach. Customers from some Planet Hollywood, Buca di Beppo, Earl of Sandwich and Other Locations were Impacted. The head company of restaurants like Planet Hollywood, Buca di Beppo, and Mixology has …

March, 2019

  • 27 March

    Telecom Fraud Scams on the Sky (AVOID PHONE SCAMS)

    Telecom Fraud Scams on the Sky (AVOID PHONE SCAMS)

    EU to Taxes, The law enforcement and security professionals are warning that the telecom threats are evolving as fraudsters which leverage the telecom infrastructure to conduct some sort of network based fraud attacks, according to multiple sources online. A report found out that the telecom fraud is daily increasing which …

  • 26 March

    Uber is Buying Careem for $3.1 Billion (Middle Eastern Ride Sharing)

    Uber is Buying Careem for $3.1 Billion (Middle Eastern Ride Sharing)

    The Company Operates in 98 Cities Across 14 Countries Uber has officially announced that it’s buying Careem, ride sharing service which operates around 98 cities in the Middle East, Africa, and southern Asia, for $3.1 billion. The New York Times notes that Careem will continue to operate as a separate …

  • 26 March

    Man Steal $122 Million from Facebook and Google by Sending Fake Bills

    Man Steal $122 Million from Facebook and Google by Sending Fake Bills

    Evaldas Rimasauskas a Lithuanian citizen, who successfully trick Facebook and Google into paying him a total of $122 million by forging bills and contracts. He has than successfully stole around $99 million from Facebook and $23 million from Google. This is HELL Big Amount of Money, His plan looks very …

  • 26 March

    Why PhDs Don’t Become Billionaires [Research Reveals]

    Why PhDs Don't Become Billionaires

    Why We Might Be Pushing Our Kids In The Wrong Direction. We all are a huge fans of Education, As a result, every parents wants to send their kids to college to pursue academic pursuits, possibly including advanced degrees. This is one of the biggest reasons for many parents think …

  • 25 March

    Non Filers Won’t Be Allowed to Buy Properties After March 31st

    Non Filers Won't Be Allowed to Buy Properties After March 31st

    Non filers of income tax return for the tax year 2018 won’t be now able to purchase any properties till June 30, 2020. The news was disclosed by a senior tax official on Friday, where he has clearly emphasized the need of filing by end of the current month. Badaruddin …

  • 22 March

    Facebook Admits it Stored ‘Hundreds of Millions’ Account Passwords in Plain Text

    Facebook Admits it Stored 'Hundreds of Millions' Account Passwords in Plain Text

    There is no chance to believe or trust these tech giant companies anymore. From 2015 till Now, These Incidents Stated that Nothing is Really Secured at All. Everything You Do Online, Whether You Think, No body would Know, You are DAM Wrong. Facebook has confirmed on Thursday in a blog …

  • 22 March

    Europe Fined Google €1.5 Billion for AntiTrust Violations in Search Ad Brokering

    Europe Fined Google €1.5 Billion for AntiTrust Violations in Search Ad Brokering

    The European Commission has recently announced another major antitrust fine for Google. The latest fine — €1.49BN (~$1.7BN) — which relates to its search ad brokering business, where Google involves selling the advertising space related to searches carried out on third party websites. Speaking at a press conference today, EU …

  • 21 March

    Google Chrome Vulnerability Could Have Let Hackers Steal Your Confidential Data

    Google Chrome Vulnerability Could Have Let Hackers Steal Your Confidential Data

    Links in an Android Apps Could Have Led to a Malicious Payloads! The security researchers have recently discovered a serious vulnerability in Google Chrome web browser, which could be easily used to steal your personal details. The Positive Technologies researcher Sergey Toshin, who uncovered the bug last December and disclosed …