Android OS New Version Android L to offer Data Encryption By Default

android L Search Engine Giant Google has confirmed on Thursday that the next version of Android will encrypt data by default. This will prevent both thieves and law enforcement officials to gain access to personal information running the mobile operating system. Optional encryption has been present in some devices since 2011, but,  according to security experts, only […] Continue reading →

[Infographic] Why Americans Hate Their Internet Service Providers

Why american hate internet The one reason Americans hate their Internet Service Providers Dish Network, Cablevision, Time Warner Cable or Comcast is because of treating them badly on call for help. According to American Consumer Satisfaction Index(ACSI), ISP’s have the lowest customer experience score for call center satisfaction. Below is the Infographic that describes Top 5 reasons that americans […] Continue reading →

Adobe Flash Player 15 Released - Fixes 12 Vulnerabilities

adobe-flash-player-icon Adobe Flash Player which was released on Tuesday fixes a total of 12 vulnerabilities. Security Bugs include memory leakage, memory corruption, use-after-free. These could be exploited for code execution. These flaws affect Flash Player 14 and all previous versions for Windows and Mac. These updates resolve memory leakage vulnerabilities that could be used to […] Continue reading →

Pakistan Meteorological department website hacked by XerXes

Pak Cyber Crew Official website and subdomains of pakistan Meteorological department is hacked by a hacker with the handle XerXes from Pak Cyber Crew. Web attack type is unknown. It seems that hacker exploited the vulnerability on the server and managed to deface the websites.The offical site with 8 others subdomains were hacked. Hacked websites: […] Continue reading →