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The Intercept reports that ‘ICREACH’ is a “Google-like” search engine built by the National Security Agency for many US government agencies to search and share metadata information of millions of US citizens and foreign nationals. This search engine is used in getting information from over 850 billion records collected by the US government over multiple...

Reports are that DDoS attacks PlayStation Networks, so gamers wanting to playgames of Battle.net like Hearthstone, Diablo III and World of Warcraft and those who want to log into to PSN and other online game services like Path of Exile and League of Legends may all face difficulties. Even games like Guild Wars 2 and EVE Online might have been hit by these DDoS attacks....

China could very soon have its own homegrown operating system to reduce its dependency on imported operating systems like from that of Apple Inc, Microsoft Corp and Google Inc, as reported on Sunday by Xinhua news agency. Xinhua reports citing a publish in official trade paper, People’s Post and Telecommunications News that the new operating system of China...

Hardware to be the defensive first layer against data violated and other kinds of attacks on smartphones and tablets, considers chip makers. With more personal information, phone devices are becoming more and more vulnerable. These devices carry unprotected information like the user’s passwords, banking data, contacts, residing etc. Hardware makers are provoked...

Facebook is the world’s biggest and largest social media network. It has huge tons of user data flowing though it every day. Most of the times the data is not secure and leaks happen regularly. Something had to be done about these irregularities. Facebook, like Google, loves to play with its cash reserves. Since Google has been out shopping and gobbling-up start-ups...

Edward Snowden is the name of the person who took the world by storm in 2013 with his revelations about NSA spying and news about other governments involved in it. His name has gone down in history books as the world’s most significant spy to leak US information till date. He is a 31-year-old US surveillance whistleblower and former intelligence contractor for...

Living in itself is a dangerous business, with no knowledge or idea about what is about to happen next to your life. Now, the same thing just got digital with news coming out from various sources that a Russian cybercrime syndicate has collected the largest ever database in history of stolen data: 1.2 billion user names and passwords, and over 500 million email addresses. This...