New Saturn Ransomawer

New Saturn Ransomware Actively Infecting Victims
A new ransomware was discovered this week by MalwareHunterTeam called Saturn. This ransomware will encrypt the files on a computer and then append the .saturn extension to the file's name. The Saturn Ransomware is being actively distributed, but at this time it is unknown what distribution methods are being used. Unfortunately, this ransomware is not decryptable at this time, but it is currently being researched for weaknesses. In the mean time, if you wish to discuss or receive help, you can use our dedicated Saturn Ransomware Help & Support topic. How Saturn Ransomware encrypts a computer When Saturn Ransomware is installed it will check to see if the victim is running in a virtual environment. If it detects that it is running under a virtual machine, it will exit the process. If it does not detect a virtual machine, Saturn will execute the following commands to delete shadow volume copies, disable Windows startup repair, and…

NOW M2M Mobile Numbers will have 13 Digits Number

Now M2M Mobile Numbers Will Have 13 Digits Number, Effective From July 1 2018February 21, 2018 In telecom sectors same like IT sectors security plays an important role. So keeping this in mind the Department of Telecom (DoT) has issued a directive to all telecom operators to start issuing 13 digit mobile numbers to M2M (Machine-to-machine) customers. The current user’s numbers will be ported to 13-digit numbers from October 1,2018. The operators are given a deadline of December 31, 2018 to complete all the porting. This will be a major change in telecom department since long time. A senior BSNL official said : The directive from DoT had come on January 8, 2018, post which we have started work on it. The telecom operator then said that the 13-digit M2M (machine-to-machine) plan will be implemented from July 1, 2018. After this date all the new M2M numbers will be allocated 13-digit numbers only. All the current 10-digit M2M numbers will start migrating latest by October,1 ,2018 and shall …

A single Tamil word Crash any Iphone Device

Thursday, February 15, 2018
A single indian tamil word crash all iPhone device Only a single character can crash your iPhone and block access to the Messaging app in iOS as well as popular apps like WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Outlook for iOS, and Gmail.

First spotted by Italian Blog Mobile World, a potentially new severe bug affects not only iPhones but also a wide range of Apple devices, including iPads, Macs and even Watch OS devices running the latest versions of their operating software.

Like previous 'text bomb' bug, the new flaw can easily be exploited by anyone, requiring users to send only a single character from Telugu—a native Indian language spoken by about 70 million people in the country.
Once the recipient receives a simple message containing the symbol or typed that symbol into the text editor, the character immediately instigates crashes on iPhones, iPads, Macs, Apple Watches and Apple TVs run…

Ransomware virus attack: in India

Ransomware virus attack: India faces unique threat, here is how Modi government is tackling the menace Ransomware virus attack: Smart power grid systems in India are vurnerable to deadly virus Wannacry ransomware. It has been learnt that aftermath of the deadly Ransomware virus attack last year, Central Electricity Authority (CEA) has advised an 'urgent' need to develop a cyber security frameworkJanuary 24, 2018  Ransomware virus attack: After that the Wannacry ransomware attack in May 2017 had affected computers and systems in 150 countries, including India. Ransomware virus attack: Smart power grid systems in India are vurnerable to deadly virus Wannacry ransomware. It has been learnt that aftermath of the deadly Ransomware virus attack last year, Central Electricity Authority (CEA) has advised an ‘urgent’ need to develop a cyber security framework to resolve the security issues in the power sector, accordng to Indian Express report. Notably, on December 23, 2015 hackers had …

Hackers Hijack Millions of PCs

January 22, 2018 A Google security researcher has discovered a severe vulnerability in Blizzard games that could allow remote attackers to run malicious code on gamers’ computers.

Played every month by half a billion users—World of Warcraft, Overwatch, Diablo III, Hearthstone and Starcraft II are popular online games created by Blizzard Entertainment.

To play Blizzard games online using web browsers, users need to install a game client application, called 'Blizzard Update Agent,' onto their systems that run JSON-RPC server over HTTP protocol on port 1120, and "accepts commands to install, uninstall, change settings, update and other maintenance related options."
Google's Project Zero team researcher Tavis Ormandy discovered that the Blizzard Update Agent is vulnerable to a hacking technique called the "DNS Rebinding" attack that allows any website to act as a bridge between the ext…

Norway Population Exposed in HealthCare Data Breach

Cybercriminals have stolen a massive trove of Norway's healthcare data in a recent data breach, which likely impacts more than half of the nation's population.

An unknown hacker or group of hackers managed to breach the systems of Health South-East Regional Health Authority (RHF) and reportedly stolen personal info and health records of some 2.9 million Norwegians out of the country's total 5.2 million inhabitants.

Health South-East RHA is a healthcare organisation that manages hospitals in Norway’s southeast region, including Østfold, Akershus, Oslo, Hedmark, Oppland, Buskerud, Vestfold, Telemark, Aust-Agder and Vest-Agder.

The healthcare organisation announced the data breach on Monday after it had been alerted by HelseCERT, the Norwegian CERT department for its healthcare sector, about an "abnormal activity" against computer systems in the region.
HelseCERT also said the culprits behind the…

OnePlus 40,000 users Credit Card Breach

Friday, January 19, 2018 OnePlus has finally confirmed that its online payment system was breached, following several complaints of fraudulent credit card transactionsfrom its customers who made purchases on the company's official website.

In a statement released today, Chinese smartphone manufacturer admitted that credit card information belonging to up to 40,000 customers was stolen by an unknown hacker between mid-November 2017 and January 11, 2018.

According to the company, the attacker targeted one of its systems and injected a malicious script into the payment page code in an effort to sniff out credit card information while it was being entered by the users on the site for making payments.

The malicious script was able to capture full credit card information, including their card numbers, expiry dates, and security codes, directly from a customer’s browser window.
"The malicious script operated intermitt…