Monday, December 5, 2011

Can't Wait : Mobile Social Network for movie trailers



Anyone who’s spent a late night hour or three browsing movie trailers on trailers.apple.com will understand the utility of the Can’t Wait iPhone app. Co-founders Eric Florenzano and Eric Maguire tell me that the app’s closest competitor is trailers.apple.com itself — and that the only way to track the updates on that site is via its RSS feed.

9:35 AM by Shubham Mittal · 0

Friday, September 23, 2011

Google Sim card- May be a hint of Google Cellular Services


You might be amazed to know Google is looking forward to  launch its very own cellular services. They are gonna star this in Sain for the very first.

We cannot however, confirm all ths in actual utill and unless we hear this from google itself. However, if it going to be so, this interesrting idea of Google to have cellular services would be asier to them as they they had already jumped in the market of device manufacturing in terms of Motorola Mobility, own OS with an example of Android.


However some Spanish site claims that these images are fake have beend made by some fakies in order to create hype in media.

Expectation comes out of lot of employees getting a starter pack with Nexux S testing sim card with some documentation.

Each sim card associated with various operators such as Vodaphone , Orange, which is forcing me to think as if google is gonna start some cellular srvices.


Each sim-card is associated with various operators such as Orange and Vodafone and this gives us a feeling that Google has plans of becoming a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO).

Read more at: http://gadgetizor.com/google-sim-card/8463/ - via Gadgetizor.co.
Each sim-card is associated with various operators such as Orange and Vodafone and this gives us a feeling that Google has plans of becoming a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO).

Read more at: http://gadgetizor.com/google-sim-card/8463/ - via Gadgetizor.com
number of people associated with Google (including engineers and co-workers) have received a starter pack which has a Nexus S testing sim-card with other documentation. Each sim-card is associated with various operators such as Orange and Vodafone and this gives us a feeling that Google has plans of becoming a Mobile Virtual Network Operator

Read more at: http://gadgetizor.com/google-sim-card/8463/ - via Gadgetizor.com
number of people associated with Google (including engineers and co-workers) have received a starter pack which has a Nexus S testing sim-card with other documentation. Each sim-card is associated with various operators such as Orange and Vodafone and this gives us a feeling that Google has plans of becoming a Mobile Virtual Network Operator

Read more at: http://gadgetizor.com/google-sim-card/8463/ - via Gadgetizor.com
s pretty interesting as now they already have their own device manufacturing unit in terms of Mot

Read more at: http://gadgetizor.com/google-sim-card/8463/ - via Gadgetizor.com
number of people associated with Google (including engineers and co-workers) have received a starter pack which has a Nexus S testing sim-card with other documentation. Each sim-card is associated with various operators such as Orange and Vodafone and this gives us a feeling that Google has plans of becoming a Mobile Virtual Network Operator

Read more at: http://gadgetizor.com/google-sim-card/8463/ - via Gadgetizor.com
A number of people associated with Google (including engineers and co-workers) have received a starter pack which has a Nexus S testing sim-card with other documentation. Each sim-card is associated with various operators such as Orange and Vodafone and this gives us a feeling that Google has plans of becoming a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO).

Read more at: http://gadgetizor.com/google-sim-card/8463/ - via Gadgetizor.com
A number of people associated with Google (including engineers and co-workers) have received a starter pack which has a Nexus S testing sim-card with other documentation. Each sim-card is associated with various operators such as Orange and Vodafone and this gives us a feeling that Google has plans of becoming a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO).

Read more at: http://gadgetizor.com/google-sim-card/8463/ - via Gadgetizor.com
s pretty interesting as now they already have their own device manufacturing unit in terms of Mot

Read more at: http://gadgetizor.com/google-sim-card/8463/ - via Gadgetizor.com
A number of people associated with Google (including engineers and co-workers) have received a starter pack which has a Nexus S testing sim-card with other documentation. Each sim-card is associated with various operators such as Orange and Vodafone and this gives us a feeling that Google has plans of becoming a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO).

Read more at: http://gadgetizor.com/google-sim-card/8463/ - via Gadgetizor.com
A number of people associated with Google (including engineers and co-workers) have received a starter pack which has a Nexus S testing sim-card with other documentation. Each sim-card is associated with various operators such as Orange and Vodafone and this gives us a feeling that Google has plans of becoming a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO).

Read more at: http://gadgetizor.com/google-sim-card/8463/ - via Gadgetizor.com

4:16 AM by Shubham Mittal · 0

Thursday, May 19, 2011

99% Of Android phones vulnerable to attack


Bad news for Android users! A study shows that 99 percent of Android phones are vulnerable to a security attack which allows hackers to access their Google accounts.

Researchers at the University of Ulm tested Android versions 2.1, 2.2, 2.2.1, 2.3.3, 2.3.4, and 3.0 only to find that devices running anything prior to Android 2.3.4 can easily be compromised with the attack method used. Considering that nearly all Android phones are running software version 2.3.3. and below, this means that about 99 percent of devices are vulnerable.
The way the attack works is that an evildoer would take advantage of a device which is connected to an unsecured Wi-Fi network and snatch up its authTokens — basically secret digital codes used to securely identify you and your device and tell a service that you have permission to access it.

12:29 PM by Shubham Mittal · 0

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

The Daily Jang - The Online Pakistani Newspaper Jang.com.pk Compromised






Websense Security Labs™ ThreatSeeker® network has determined that the popular online Pakistani newspaper Web site the 'Daily Jang' (at jang.com.pk) has been compromised.


The Web site has been injected with malicious code in several locations. The code redirects visitor browsers to exploit Web sites. At the time this writing, the exploit sites that the Daily Jang redirects to are active and serve malicious code.


The paper is one of the most popular and oldest newspapers in Pakistan. The Web site gets a lot of daily traffic from its many loyal readers, both within and outside Pakistan. It also links to many other Web sites (Alexa report). Some reports indicate an average of more than 40,000 unique visits to the Web site a month. 


An infection can occur while visiting the main page of the site. The visiting user's browser is redirected silently, in the background, to an exploit site loaded with an exploit kit called 'g01pack' (we blogged not long ago about mass injections leading to this exploit kit). If one of the kit's many exploit attempts is successful, a Trojan Backdoor file is dropped onto the user's machine. The backdoor file currently holds a detection rate of 26%.


Fireshark can map exactly what happens to the browser when surfing to a Web address. When jang.com.pk is loaded to Fireshark, at the end of the process Fireshark creates a visual map of all of the connections made by the browser during the site visit. In the image below, the malicious Web site that the browser connects to when visiting jang.com.pk is marked with the color red and the string TLD vv.cc(jang.com.pk is also marked in red because it is compromised).



6:47 AM by Shubham Mittal · 0

Sunday, May 1, 2011

Verona woman charged with felony for hacking into Facebook account


A 28-year-old Verona woman has been charged with a felony for hacking into another person’s Facebook account and making unauthorized changes to the account, according to the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office.

Following a weeklong investigation by the Sheriff’s Office, Courtney Klahs was charged with third-degree computer tampering, which is a class E felony, and unauthorized use of a computer, which is a class A misdemeanor, according to the Sheriff’s Office.

Klahs was released on an appearance ticket and is scheduled to appear in Verona Town Court at a later date, according to the Sheriff’s office.

2:27 PM by Shubham Mittal · 0

Hacker broke into Sony , 77 million Playstation Network Accounts data stolen


Sony has revealed that 10 million credit card accounts may have been exposed two weeks ago when a hacker broke into the company's computers in San Diego and stole data from 77 million PlayStation Network accounts.

Sony last week said it had encrypted credit card data, but not other account information, including names, addresses, email addresses and birth dates.

The break-in, which occurred between April 17 and April 19 but was not disclosed until April 25, drew furor from U.S. lawmakers, who last week demanded more information from Sony about the intrusion and why the company took a week before notifying its customers.

Sony has maintained that the company acted as quickly as it could to ascertain the nature of the break-in, hire security experts and assess the scope of the damage. During the news conference, Hirai offered a time line of the events, saying the company was notified of the intrusion on April 19 and shut down the service on April 20 to investigate. It hired three firms to conduct a forensic analysis of its computers.

Source : http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/technology/2011/05/sony-apologizes-says-10-million-credit-card-accounts-may-have-been-exposed-in-network-attack.html

2:21 PM by Shubham Mittal · 0

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Al-Qaeda's Encryption Software - Mujahideen Secrets 2.0


Al-Qaeda support group Al-Ekhlaas has improved the encryption software it now provides to its online members, according to one security researcher who examined the software, known as "Mujahideen Secrets 2.0"  

Mujahideen Secrets 2 has added the ability to encrypt chat communications, which the first version lacked, says Paul Henry, vice president of technology evangelism at Secure Computing. Henry says he got the software through a contact in the intelligence community. The home-grown Mujahideen Secrets 2 encryption software, based on open source RSA code, can encrypt binary files so they can be posted on ASCII-text-based bulletin boards and Web sites.

"They have improved the operation of the graphical user interface and it will now encrypt chat communications," says Henry, who adds that the Arabic translation suggests the software is encouraged for use by Al-Ekhlaas members to evade U.S. government efforts at surveillance.
Tampa-based ISP NOC4Hosts and Rochester, Minn.,-based SiteGenesis in January found out their operations were being used to host the Al-Ekhlaas Web sites where Mujahideen Secrets 2 can be found. Both hosting firms pulled the plug on the Web sites after receiving specific technical information about the content.

HERE are the screenshots :)



3:28 PM by Shubham Mittal · 0