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Cyber Crime and Political Events are the Biggest Financial Crime Risks

By Shaurya Sharma 0 Comment May 30, 2017

Cyber crime and political confusion are the two biggest financial crime risks facing banks over the next year, a report said. A survey of two hundred professionals across banking and asset management found 44% felt new criminal techniques, like cyber crime, presented the most significant threat to firms. However, the record by LexisNexis Risk Alternatives […]

What is Email Harvesting and Safety Tips

By Shaurya Sharma 0 Comment December 7, 2016

Email harvesting is the process of obtaining a huge quantity of email addresses through various methods. The goal of harvesting email details is for use in bulk emailing or for spamming. The most common method of email collection is by using specialized harvesting software known as harvesting bots, or farmers. Spammers harvests email addresses through […]

What is Hacking and Their Types

By Shaurya Sharma 0 Comment December 3, 2016

What is Hacking Through the 1990s, the term “hacker” formerly denoted a skilled programmer, experienced in machine code and computer working or functioning. In particular, these individuals could always crack on an unsatisfactory system to solve problems and have interaction in a little software company watching by interpreting a competitor’s code. There are many types […]

It takes 6 seconds to hack a credit card

By Shaurya Sharma 0 Comment December 2, 2016

Hackers will take just a moment, a laptop and a web connection to hack any Visa debit/credit  card, new research has revealed. The research, released in the journal ‘IEEE Security and Privacy’, said that the ‘distributed questioning attack’ circumvents all the security features put in location to protect online obligations from fraud. Neither the network nor […]

Security Tips You Should Follow While Using Digital Wallets

By Shaurya Sharma 0 Comment December 1, 2016

After announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi about the demonetization in India and asked people to return Rs 1000 and Rs 500 notes, uses of e-Wallet are rises. Companies like Paytm, PayU India, MobiKwik, Freecharge are already seeing results and many people are using frequently the e-wallet. Prime Minister Narendra Modi also forced to using e-Payment […]

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