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Flickr Photos are Anonymously Used by IBM for Facial Recognition Training

Flickr Photos are Anonymously Used by IBM for Facial Recognition Training

IBM took around million photos from Flickr, and used them to figure out how to train facial recognition training programs, and than they shared them with the outside researchers. NBC Point Out, without people permission the photographs on Flickr are used to develop facial recognition systems. it is considered as those systems could be later on used for surveillance and …

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Nulled Themes Used By Many WordPress Users Are Full of High Risk of Vulnerability

Nulled Themes Used By Many WordPress Users Are Full of High Risk of Vulnerability

Nulled Themes Contains Viruses, Malware, Pop-Ups and Advertising. Nulled Themes Are the Highest Risk of Vulnerability for both User and Owner of Website. Nulled Themes Get Hacked Easily and Creates Problems. There are tons of people around the world, who can’t afford to have their premium WordPress, Joomla, Magento and other CMS Themes or templates. These are the people, who …

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FIA Arrested Man For Trading Bitcoins in Peshawar (SAMAA NEWS)

FIA Arrested Man For Trading Bitcoins in Peshawar (SAMAA NEWS)

FIA (Federal Investigation Agency) Has Arrested a Person From Peshawar, Who Trades Bitcoin. The Person Was Arrested on Friday by FIA Officials. Bitcoin Holders or Investors Are Worried. FIA has also arrested two other suspects into their custody but later on they released them. These two suspects were students and were released after an inquiry. They were told that using …

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Chinese Hacker Targeted 27 Universities To Access Military Secrets

Chinese Hacker Targeted 27 Universities To Access Military Secrets

One of the chinese hacker who has hacked over two dozen universities in the US and around the world to gain an access to maritime military secret research, according to a report by cybersecurity firm iDefense, which was obtained by The Wall Street Journal. This hacker has sent the universities spear phishing emails doctored to appear as if they came …

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Coinbase Providers Selling Client Data to Outside Sources

Coinbase Providers Selling Client Data to Outside Sources

Coinbase Providers were selling the client confidential data to outside sources, says Sales Director; Explains why XRP. The coinbase which is one of the most leading cryptocurrency exchange in the United States is now on the trending topics of cryptocurrency space. With the controversy around the platform Neutrino acquisition, and XRP listing, The latest prediction made by the Director of …

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Over $3.5 Million Worth Data Leaked [Another Huge Data Breach for Pakistani Banks] 2019

Over $3.5 Million Worth Data Leaked [Another Huge Data Breach for Pakistani Banks] 2019

Around 69% of the card details belong to Meezan Bank Alone. Around 69,189 Pakistani Bank Cards are Available for Sell in Dark Web. 96% of Cards are Unauthorized Digital Copies of the Payment Cards. One of the biggest data breach after Bank Islamic, is the data leaked on dark web of around 69,189 bank card details which have been leaked …

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Smog – The Hackers Attacked on Karachi Education Board Website

Hackers Attacked Karachi Education Website

The hackers are again becoming diligent, and harmful for the education websites of Pakistan. Following is the news of hacking heard by the citizens of Pakistan about the Karachi education board website. The website is informative, and so important for the people of Karachi as it uploads different examination results, and all other necessary updates for the students. There is …

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Security Biz Tricked Social Media Phishers

Security Biz Tricked Social Media Phishers

A UK-based cybersecurity vendor has detailed how it turned the tables on an angler phishing operation posing as Virgin Media support on Twitter. Angle phishing is a kind of attack that you are unaware about at the moment. Basically, there are some posts on social media that contain harmless content.  According to Experian,  Angler phishing is the practice of masquerading …

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Unlicensed Software Users in Pakistan

Unlicensed Software Users in Pakistan

There are different software multi-national companies who had lost billions of dollars. The reason for all this is just because of the pirated computer software. According to the Spectator Index, Computers with unlicensed software, 2017. Venezuela: 89% Indonesia: 83% Pakistan: 83% Nigeria: 80% Vietnam: 74% China: 66% Russia: 62% Egypt: 59% India: 56% Turkey: 56% Saudi: 47% Brazil: 46% Italy: …

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