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Hacking
India  /  Published 01.11.19

Spyware linked to Khashoggi

NSO Group, the Israel firm which developed Pegasus, the spyware that was used to bug phones of Indian journalists and activists through WhatsApp, is no stranger to controversy.  It was already n...
By Our Bureau in New Delhi

India  /  Published 01.11.19

How the targets found out

The Israeli spyware Pegasus, which is suspected to be behind the hacking through WhatsApp worldwide, was reportedly used to target several Indian human rights activists, academics and journalists. An...
By Furquan Ameen in New Delhi

Technology  /  Published 14.04.19

Photos from location to location

Transferring photos from an iPhone to a PC is easy enough, but people frequently get into all sorts of trouble doing this.One of my readers found that after her phone was upgraded to iOS 12.2, her Win...
By Surit Doss

India  /  Published 09.06.20

Email snooping with Delhi link

A little-known Indian IT firm offered its hacking services to help clients spy on more than 10,000 email accounts over a period of seven years.New Delhi-based BellTroX InfoTech Services targeted gover...
By Our Bureau and Agencies in London

World  /  Published 31.10.19

FB sues Israeli firm for hacking

WhatsApp sued Israeli cybersurveillance firm NSO Group in federal court on Tuesday, claiming the company’s spy technology was used on the popular messaging service in a wide-ranging campaign targeti...
By New York Times News Service/Nicole Perlroth in San Francisco

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World  /  Published 10.02.20

US charges 4 China officers

The justice department announced charges on Monday against four members of China’s military on suspicion of hacking into Equifax, the credit reporting agency, in 2017 and stealing trade secrets and ...
By Katie Benner/New York Times News Service in Washington

Technology  /  Published 15.12.19

Beware of phone hackers!

A dead or dying phone or laptop is enough to send anybody on a mad dash to find a way to charge the device, but you might want to think twice before using that random cable found at an airport chargi...
By Aimee Oritz/NYTNS

Technology  /  Published 21.04.19

Millions using '123456' as password: study

 Millions of people are still using easy-to-guess passwords like '123456' and 'qwerty' on sensitive accounts, a study has found.The analysis by the UK's National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) unco...
By PTI in London

World  /  Published 08.07.19

BA faces £183m data breach fine

Britain’s data regulator said on Monday it wants to fine British Airways £183 million over a data breach that compromised information on half a million customers — the biggest fine to date under ...
By AP in London

India  /  Published 28.03.19

Funds flow to Kanhaiya and then get choked

When you represent the poorest national party and your opponent is from the richest, every drop counts.For Kanhaiya Kumar, just when the trickle was gathering strength and beginning to swell into a fl...
By Pheroze L. Vincent in New Delhi


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