A hacker group has broken into at least 570 e-commerce stores in 55 countries, including in India, in the last three years, leaking information on more than 184,000 stolen credit cards and generated over $7 million (over Rs 52 crore) from selling compromised payment cards. Known as "Keeper, the group has been stealing information from these online stores which includes Mumbai-based online jewellery store ejohri.com that was allegedly compromised in February this year, according to the threat intelligence firm Gemini Advisory. "Over 85 per cent of the victim sites operated on the Magento CMS, which is known to be the top target for Magecart attacks and boasts over 250,000 users worldwide," said the Gemini report. MHA sets up govt panel to probe violations by Rajiv Gandhi Foundation, Indira Gandhi Memorial TrustRecently, BJP President JP Nadda had alleged that Rajiv Gandhi Foundation received fund from various government PSUs. … [Read more...] about Hackers break into 570 e-commerce stores including in India
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By Manjari Singh Following the controversy over Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s statement during the All-Party Meeting (APM) held on 19 June; Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) has press released a clarification on what the PM really intended to say. Before the press release, on 19 June itself Indian media published and conducted debates on the implications that the PM’s address will have on Indian narrative on the standoff. Released videos showed PM Modi saying that there was no incursion on the Indian side of the Line of Actual Control (LAC) (na wahan koi humari seema me ghus aaya hai, na hi koi ghusa hua hai, na hi humari koi post kisi dusre ke kabje me hai). Notably, LAC is a perception based line between the two nations that is neither marked on a map nor demarcated on the land. The Indian and Chinese perceptions continue to differ. During his closing address at the APM, the PM asserted certain key points, namely, no intrusion leading to capture of posts; … [Read more...] about View: Need for ‘national outlook for national security’ approach
Tory MP Bob Seely, co-ordinator of the Huawei Interest Group of 60 Tory MPs, said of the four British non-executive directors: ‘I don’t doubt that these people have all done impressive things with their lives which is why I think it is bizarre that they knowingly damage their reputations by allowing their names to be used to effectively launder the reparation of Huawei.’ … [Read more...] about Huawei’s very British coup: Leviathans of the British establishment are labelled China’s ‘useful idiots’ for being on the phone giant’s payroll… so what DOES Huawei get for its money?
The report alleges that Lord Clement Jones, a Lib Dem peer and spokesman for the digital economy and former Huawei adviser, and Dr Sarah Wollaston, then chairman of the liaison committee – which is made up of the chairmen of the 32 Commons select committees – were also allegedly singled out. John Suffolk, the former Government chief information officer turned Huawei's head of global security, was another named by the report. … [Read more...] about Former British diplomat says China is a ‘black vulture on policymakers shoulders’ as he reveals he contributed to dossier by ex-MI6 spy accusing Beijing of grooming UK establishment figures