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Pakistan, Indonesia lead in malware attacks

Millions occur each year when the attacker has valid credentials, Microsoft said, meaning the attacker knows a user's login and password. Pakistan, Indonesia, the Palestinian territories, Bangladesh, and Nepal attract the highest rates of attempted malware attacks, according to Microsoft Corp. Countries that attracted the fewest include Japan, Finland, Norway and Sweden, Microsoft said in a new study, based on sensors in systems running Microsoft anti-malware software. "We look at north of 10 ... Rediff.com, 1 day ago

Railways dismisses reports of data leak from IRCTC website

The railways on Thursday dismissed reports about the leak of email and mobile numbers from user profile data of Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation e-ticketing system and said everything is safe and secure. There is no hacking nor any leakage of IRCTC ticketing website and everything is safe, railway board member (Traffic) Mohd Jamshed told PTI. He was replying to a query about reports citing cyber officials in Maharashtra regarding alleged leak of email and mobile numbers from user ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago
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Infibeam Incorporation to raise upto Rs 540 crore through IPO

Profile of the company Infibeam Incorporation is an e-commerce company focused on developing an integrated and synergistic e-commerce business model. It owns and operates the Infibeam BuildaBazaar (BaB) e-commerce marketplace, which provides ...
 Finalaya.com1 month ago Infibeam turns profitable; to open first IPO by an Indian e-com venture on March 21  VC Circle1 month ago
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Facebook to be world's biggest virtual graveyard by 2098?

The account of a dead person can be deleted only if someone with the password logs in and closes it down. Facebook is likely to become the world's biggest virtual graveyard by the year 2098, as the number of accounts of the deceased will outnumber the living on the social networking site, an expert has claimed. At present, when a user passes away, Facebook transforms their page into a 'memorialised' version. The account of a dead person can be deleted only if someone with the password logs in ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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