Displaying items by tag: Pakistan

Russian security firm Kaspersky has completed moving its ANZ data storage and processing infrastructure to Switzerland, a process it announced in 2018 following a campaign by the US to blackball the firm.

Published in Security

The Meinhardt Group, an engineering consultancy with 51 offices worldwide and 5000 employees, appears to have been attacked by a group using the REvil ransomware last month.

Published in Security

Chinese smartphone manufacturer realme has become the fastest growing smartphone brand in south-east Asia, gaining a position among the top five in a number of key countries, the technology analyst firm Counterpoint Research says.

Published in Mobility

Painting India in bright hues appears to be an Australian obsession these days; there is good reason to do so, since Australia would ideally like the subcontinental giant to act as a bulwark against China.

Published in Open Sauce

Asia-Pacific countries, including Australia, are adopting several strategies and roadmaps to achieve the renewable energy target designated by their nations, according to a newly published report on the regional energy market.

Published in Energy

US security firm CrowdStrike has issued its annual Global Threat Report about cyber threats and their incidence, but the 75-page document contains no mention of any American state-based malware, otherwise known as APTs or advanced persistent threats.

Published in Security
Thursday, 18 October 2018 05:50

Why did YouTube go down yesterday?

Video sharing site YouTube suffered a global outage yesterday leaving many insufferably starved of content. Why did it happen?

Published in Entertainment

India's largest digital wallet firm Paytm has been accused of sharing the personal data of users from the Muslim-majority state of Jammu and Kashmir, after residents threw stones at armed forces there, a common occurrence.

Published in Security

Researchers from the security firm Lookout say they have discovered malware families propagated by Pakistani sources that can infect both Android and iOS devices and are being used to steal information from government officials, diplomats, military personnel and activists.

Published in Security

One of the most important inventions of modern times and in all of human history has been air conditioning, letting us cool the air as required instead of just heating it.

Russian security vendor Group-IB has revealed what it says are the identities behind a hacking group known as the United Islamic Cyber Force which openly supports radical Islamic movements.

Published in Security

Business Intelligence vendor Yellowfin has appointed its first Pakistani reseller as part of its ongoing move to expand global business.

Published in Resellers
Tuesday, 22 November 2011 12:38

Pakistan's absurd SMS censorship plan

Following public outcry and world-wide ridicule, Pakistan's telecommunications companies have just announced they will hold off on plans to block 1,695 words and phrases in SMS messages.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Monday, 11 July 2011 17:41

Fibre to trump DSL in 2014: analyst

Fibre to the premises connections in Asia Pacific are expected to exceed DSL in 2014, a technology industry analyst is predicting.

Published in Development

Guess who had an insecure FTP server?  Acer has gifted the hackers truck-loads of sensitive data, all nicely laid out for easy use.

Published in Security

Osama bin Laden, the world's most wanted terrorist, is said to be dead on the first of May, 2011, with the date proving to be Mayday, and Osama's Wikipedia entry updated within minutes of the news going global.

Published in Home Tech

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