China Denies US Web Hijack Claim
China Telecom, the country's biggest fixed line phone carrier, denied US Govt report that China hijacked worldwide Internet traffic in April, 2009 and the company had redirected 15 % of network routes through Chinese servers for 18 minutes.The company denied the allegation through an email statement.
The Security Concern of Smartphone is on the Rise
Computer security firms like Symantec and different Government agencies from Germany and France reported that potential hackers can use the vulnerabilities in Apple's software used in the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch to embed amalicious code through a specific PDF file so that they will be able to spy on users' passwords, text messages, photos, schedules, e-mails and even tap phone conversations.
Fcebook Users Came Across Sexiest Video Attack
If you receive a message in your Facebook account with the subject "This is without doubt the sexiest video ever!" which is associated with a video title "Candid Camera Prank [HQ]", it is better not to open it or think twice before you open it.
Your Google Password Might have been Compromised
In cyberattack December last year Google had intruders stealing vital information from its computer.
Google Stops Censoring Search Engine Results in China
Google announced on Monday that it will not censor any more the search engine results in China, ignoring the latest warning from Chinese authorities.
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