New Record of Pakistani 14 Years Student Researcher in the field Of Web Application Security

ebay1 14 Years Old , Pakistani Security Researcher Ali Hasan Ghauri  found Cross Site Scripting Vulnerability on many high profile websites. Recently Ali Hasan found and reported XSS vulnerability in one of the biggest website, ebay and its own website shopping.comHere are some Screen Shots : Ebay fixed the Vulnerability on both sites and credit his name in Ebay […] Continue reading →

Download Ubuntu 13.04(Raring Ringtail), a new Ubuntu release with Updated Performance

ubuntu Ubuntu 13.04 has been released with many enhancements and fixes as well as some important performance improvements. Where to download Ubuntu, What’s new/changes/ in Ubuntu 13.04, You gonna finds these in this article! Performance on lightweight systems was a core focus for this cycle, as a prelude to Ubuntu’s release on a range of mobile […] Continue reading →

Hong Kong Police Website Hacked, Database Leaked by Portugal Cyber Army

Chinese police Official Police of Hong Kong website( hacked by the renowned  hacker groups Portugal Cyber Army & HighTech Brazil HackTeam, database credentials leaked online  by the hackers under the operation called #OpFuckThePolice. The hackers announced the hack and leaked information on official twitter handle. This is not the first time police website hacked and credentials leaked […] Continue reading →

#CISPABlackout: Copyright.Gov Taken down by Anonymous Hackers

Anonymous hackers taken down the official US Copyright Office website (Copyright.Gov) under  #CISPABlackout, #StopCISPA, The operation initiated by Anonymous hackers to Stop CISPA ( Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act) and Anonymous called 22 April an Internet Blackout day against CISPA. -> Tweet by Anonymous Hackers: Many of the websites are being hacked to protest CISPA but […] Continue reading →

Microsoft to introduce two factor authentication on accounts

original Microsoft is rolling out a major upgrade to Microsoft account and introducing optional two-step verification to help keep the Microsoft account more secure. Apple enabled two-factor authentication last month. Microsoft accounts cover all of Redmond’s services, from Windows PCs and Windows Phones, to, SkyDrive, Skype, and Office. “Criminals increasingly targeting customers online (across all major account systems), and so […] Continue reading →