Copart.com hacked, requests all members to change passwords
Insec Ethical Hacking Hub Copart.com hacked, requests all members to change passwords

Copart, a Texas-based company which provides online vehicle auction and remarketing services, is urging its member to change their password for their Copart.com account after the company discovered that an authorized person gained access to its computer network. “As part of our efforts to address the problem, the Copart is requiring all members to change […]

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Data breach at IRS, taxpayers data at risk
Insec Ethical Hacking Hub Data breach at IRS, taxpayers data at risk

The IRS put out a statement saying that criminals had breached the confidential data of approximately a 100,000 people. The hackers used sensitive data acquired from non-IRS sources – including Social Security Numbers, Date of Births and street addresses – to clear the multi-level security system of the IRS which includes verification through personal questions. […]

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How to Fix iPhone Crash Text Message Bug
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We reported you about a new bug in the core component of iOS and OS X that causes the device’s Messages app to crash and iPhones to reboot if it receives a certain string of characters, Arabic characters, via text message. Many have since fallen victims to this specially crafted sequence of Unicode bug. It […]

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DoT Panel Says Zero Rating Does Not Violate Net Neutrality, But Urges Them To Adopt Global NN Norms
Insec Ethical Hacking Hub DoT Panel Says Zero Rating Does Not Violate Net Neutrality, But Urges Them To Adopt Global NN Norms

It seems that Department of Telecom (DoT) officials are confused about the impact of Net Neutrality and Zero Rating Plans introduced by telecom players. Reports are emerging that DoT committee believes that Zero Rating Plans doesn’t violate Net Neutrality; but at the same time have urged the Government to adopt Net Neutrality as a strong […]

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Silk Road Mastermind Ross Ulbricht Sentenced To Life In Prison
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Ross Ulbricht, the alleged founder and mastermind of the infamous online black marketplace Silk Road, has been sentenced to life in prison after being found guilty of narcotics conspiracy, money laundering and other criminal charges. This means the 31-year-old San Francisco man will die behind bars. With all the seven charges stemming from the creation […]

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Indian online music streaming service Gaana website hacked by Pakistani hackers
Insec Ethical Hacking Hub Group of cyber-criminals bases in different countries nabbed in joint international operation

Indian online music streaming service Gaana website has been hacked by Mak Man, Lahore, Pakistan, based hackers. Hacked database contains more than 12.5 million registered users. The hackers posted a searchable  link of the database on his Facebook account. After once  entering  a user’s email address, the database opens containing their full name, email address, […]

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