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- Computer Folders ‘Security with a Bluetooth-Enabled Mobile Phone and Rinjdal Security Extension
- Credit Card Reader with Face Recognition based on Webcam
- Recognition of Hand Movement for Paralytic Persons Based on a Neural Network
- Network Security Implementation Layer through Voice Biometric
- Agent Based Blocking and Response, Intrusion Detection using Signature
- Load Balancing of Artificial Intelligence Network using Ant Colony Optimization
- Authentication and Adaptive Security for DNS System
- Multicasting of Bandwidth Efficient Video in Multiradio Multicellular Wireless networks
- ADHOC Networks Based Bandwidth Estimation of IEEE 802.11
- Data Mining Technique Based Building Intelligent Shopping for Web Services
- Automatic Teller Machine Network Implementation based Controlling of CAC Connection Admission
- Adaptive Coaching and Co-Operative System for MANETS
- Multidimensional and Color Imaging Projections
- Inter Domain Packet Filters based Controlling of IP Spoofing
- Hidden Markov Models Based Credit Card Fraud Detection
- XML Enable SQL Server Based Data Storage and Minimization
- Design and Implementation of E Secure Transaction
- Pattern Recognition and Dynamic Character Using Neural Network
- Verification of Dynamic Signature Using Pattern Signature
- Data Integrity Maintenance and Dynamic University Linking
- Filtering and Analyzing of Effective Packet System for ATM Network
- Efficient and Distribution and Secure Content Processing by Cooperative Intermediaries
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by Admin / 202 ViewsThe Freedom on the Net 2016 report published by Freedom House brings some insight to the level of internet censorship in the world. Almost 67% internet population uses censored internet.Here are the top 10 countries with highest internet censorship.
Top 10 Countries With Highest Internet Censorship
Country FOTN Score 1.China 88 2. Syria 87 3.Iran 87 4.Ethopia 83 5. Uzbekistan 79 6. Cuba 79 7.Vietnam 76 8. Saudi Arabia 72 9.Bahrain 71 10.Pakistan 69
Freedom House has assigned an FOTN score (out of 100) to each of the 65 countries they took into consideration during their study. These countries cover almost 88% internet population of the world. Among those 65 countries, 17 have free internet, 28 have partly free, and 20 have non-free internet.
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Security researchers have discovered an attack that makes use of your Facebook Messenger to spread Locky malware. In a short period of time, Locky has become one of the favorite ransomware tools of spammers. It usually spreads via spam emails with a disguised downloader.
This attack was first discovered by malware researcher Bart Blaze. Surprisingly, the malware manages to bypass Facebook’s file extension filter.
The hackers are spreading this ransomware using an .SVG image file. So, if you receive one that looks like the one shown ahead, avoid clicking it. I myself got this ransomware in my inbox via a friend.
How to avoid:
The users are advised to open the Extensions list from Chrome menu and look for the description. Now, simply clicking on the remove button will delete it.
One must change his/her Facebook password and run a deep antivirus scan. You are also requested to share this news with your friends and make them aware.
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Sometimes, you feel the need of committing a digital suicide i.e. deleting yourself from the internet. For instance, before shifting to a new place, getting a new job where you don’t want people to know about your past, or you just want to cut off from the internet.
While you’re trying to delete yourself from the internet, you can’t just stop after removing your social media and email accounts. There are a plethora of accounts which you might’ve access during your internet life and don’t even remember their names. These can be various gaming websites or the online forums where you asked those secret questions about your life.
Deseat.me is a simple website that can help you with deleting all such accounts you created. Once you’re on the website, you need to sign-in using your Google account and the website will display a list of all those online accounts which are associated with your Gmail address.
Keep in mind the fact that the website doesn’t equip you with a magic wand so that you can vanish all those accounts by waving your hands. After you’re done filtering the accounts you want to delete, you will have to click the delete option for each of the accounts in the delete queue.
Clicking the delete option will lead you to the deletion page for the respective account where you may have to sign-in to that account in order to delete it. It’s very much possible you don’t remember the password as you didn’t access the account in a while. You can try to reset the password.
The whole process is tiresome but it allows you to delete a big trace of yourself from the internet.
And before you start lashing out at me in the comments. Remember that nothing comes for free, not even digital suicide. It costs you your precious time.
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Cobalt– a hacking group have found to be behind a series of attacks targeting ATMs in Europe with malicious software that causes the machines to spit out cash. The FBI has warned U.S. banks of the potential for similar ATM jackpotting attacks.
According to Russian cyber security firm Group-IB, the attacks were performed remotely and impacted cash machines in countries such as Armenia, Belarus, Bulgaria, Estonia, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, the Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Russia, Spain, the United Kingdom, and Malaysia.
The world’s two largest ATM manufacturers, Diebold Nixdorf and NCR Corp., said they were aware of the ATM attacks and had already been working with their customers to mitigate the threat.
Nicholas Billett, senior director of core software and ATM Security at Diebold Nixdorf, explained: They are taking this to the next level in being able to attack a large number of machines at once. They know they will be caught fairly quickly, so they stage it in such a way that they can get cash from as many ATMs as they can before they get shut down.
All these attacks were launched on European and Asian ATMs from a single remote command center, whose purpose is to trick ATMs into dispensing cash before the banks notice the attacks and block them. It is also found that all attacks are performed at the same time on several targets.
Hacking group Cobalt is believed to be part of a larger organization known as Buhtrapand which is responsible for attacks carried against Russian banks. Over 1.8 Billion rubles ($28 Million) were stolen by these hackers from Russian banks between August 2015 and January 2016.