WhatsApp Proxy Servers Connect details

WhatsApp, the messaging platform now owned by Facebook parent Meta, has made it official that its users will now-on be allowed to connect their accounts to proxy servers. However, the new rule only applies to nations where censorship is high, like China, and in places, internet shutdowns are frequent, like in Iran. Means, WhatsApp users […]

FBI Email Servers hacked

The so-called Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), America’s most prestigious law enforcement organization, is facing embarrassment as hackers somehow crept into its email servers and sent 100,000 fake emails to many recipients- mostly innocent civilians. In what is known to our Cybersecurity Insiders, the hack occurred because of a mis-configuration in the email server of […]

Kubernetes Cloud Security is vulnerable to hackers

Security researchers have recently found out that Kubernetes cloud platforms have a big security bug which offers hackers the privilege to access the software applications running on the nodes. Note- Kubernetes is a software intuitive tool which offers easy management access to large numbers of containers similar to virtual machines running on multiple operating systems […]

SingHealth server did not receive security updates for fourteen months

SingHealth, the largest healthcare group of Singapore disclosed to the world on July 19th this year that it became a victim of a cyber attack where hackers succeeded in accessing personal data of more than 1.5 million people and medicine dispense details of about 160,000 people. Furthermore, reports emerged that the hack also gave access […]

FBI to act tough on Australian teenager who broke into Apple Mainframe Servers

The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has finally decided to take stringent action against a teenager who has managed to hack into the mainframe network of Apple Inc, several times in the past year and succeeded in downloading over 90GB of data along with the data access to several customer accounts. Sources reporting to […]

Hacks on Servers and Cloud Databases exposes over 1 billion records

IBM X Force, a firm which analysis malware on cloud platforms has discovered in its research that hacks on servers and cloud databases has so far exposed over 1 billion records to cyber crooks. The company which has been tracking publicly disclosed data breaches since 2013 concludes that the leak has occurred mostly through trivial […]

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