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How to Hack the Website | Types of Hacking and Protection from them

By Prempal Singh 0 Comment September 11, 2018

How to hack the site. Types of hacking and protection from them. Want to learn how to hack the website? Or vice versa, find out how you can protect yourself from hacking? Every day, there is a hacking of sites that are deleted or scammers require a ransom. As they say, the last one laughs […]

Online Security Breach, India is on 4th Rank

By Prempal Singh 0 Comment April 28, 2017

Because the risk of internet/web/cyber threats looms over businesses going digital, a Symantec study reveals that India ranks fourth when it comes to online security breaches, accounting for over 5% of global danger detections. The united states and China occupy the very best two slot and together make for almost 34%, accompanied by Brazil and […]

Hacker compromises nearly 100k McDonald’s Canada job applications

By Prempal Singh 0 Comment April 4, 2017

The McDonald’s Canada career website has suffered a data breach that compromised about 95, 000 restaurant job applications, the fast-food large acknowledged on Friday in a company statement. Job-seekers who applied at a McDonald’s Canada restaurant between March 2014 and March 2017 were influenced by the breach, which uncovered applicants’ names, addresses, emails, phone numbers […]

Designers falls for opportunity in Canada, loses over Rs 40,000

By Prempal Singh 0 Comment March 31, 2017

PUNE: A software professional from Kondhwa lodged a grievance on Wednesday claim an unidentified person had tricked him of Rs 40,703. The fraud arrived in light after Ajay Deshmukh (48) was delivered a deal letter for a job in a Canadian firm and was called to a hotel in Hinjewadi for an interview. Deshmukh told […]

Experts Says 90% of kids abused online don’t speak out

By Prempal Singh 0 Comment March 29, 2017

CHENNAI: Nearly 90% of children abused online are too afraid of talking away, keeping parents in dark, say, experts, putting the responsibility on schools to distributed awareness on the requirement to record such incidents. At a panel discussion in the metropolis, on Monday, involving Unicef representatives, child psychologists, and police, experts tracked the worrying rise in […]

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