Technology

Major Updates about technology in Pakistan.

February 27, 2017

DomainMonster Hacked: Hundreds of websites defaced after British web host server hacked

DomainMonster Hacked: Hundreds of websites defaced Hundreds of websites have been defaced by hackers who hijacked a web-hosting server run by UK domain registrar DomainMonster. The […]
February 26, 2017

Cloudbleed – Cloudflare leaks sensitive data, many major websites affected

The bug, which was discovered on February 17 according to Project Zero's Tavis Ormandy and is now fixed, has caused the most damage between February 13 and February 18, according to Cloudflare, when about one in every 3,300,000 HTTP requests caused data to leak.
February 20, 2017

Duqu Malware – Analysis

Duqu Malware – Analysis   Duqu 2.0 is a really impressive piece of malware, related to Stuxnet and probably written by the NSA. One of its […]
February 18, 2017

Surfsafe® Pakistan – Website to Report Extremist Online-Content

Surfsafe® is an online reporting web portal for Pakistanis to report extremist and blasphemous online-content freely, securely and anonymously. Surfsafe® vision is to make internet and cyber space safe from extremism.
February 18, 2017

Zuckerberg publishes a 6,000-word world-saving manifesto

I have long expected more organizations and startups to build health and safety tools using technology, and I have been surprised by how little of what must be built has even been attempted. There is a real opportunity to build global safety infrastructure, and I have directed Facebook to invest more and more resources into serving this need.
February 17, 2017

New Ransomware Cerber bypasses firewalls and anti-virus files

Typically, the malware trying to bring security solutions fail or prefer them not to communicate and work rolled up, revealing a particular antivirus product on the infected machine.
February 13, 2017

Hitachi Payment (India) Confirms ATM malware hit

breach at a private bank's ATM network last year that led to 32 lakh debit cards being exposed, forcing banks to replace most of them, has been solved. Hitachi Payment Services — the company to which Yes Bank had outsourced processing of ATM transactions — has said that investigations show that its systems were hit by a sophisticated malware attack and it is not possible to say how many cards' details have been extracted.