Reliance Jio All Set To Change Indian Telecom
Insec Ethical Hacking Hub Reliance Jio All Set To Change Indian Telecom

Reliance Jio, led by Mukesh Ambani is all set to reenter the Indian telecom market, and this time, they have planned another mass inclusion scheme: 4G devices costing only $30 or Rs 1800-2000. As per reports coming in, talks are already on with leading Chinese vendors who specialize in manufacturing full enabled 4G devices at […]

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Amazon, Snapdeal & Jabong Refuse To Follow Flipkart
Insec Ethical Hacking Hub Amazon, Snapdeal & Jabong Refuse To Follow Flipkart

Effective May 15th, Myntra.com website is no more existent. All desktop and laptop users are being asked to download their mobile app inorder to purchase a product from their platform. Earlier, we had reported that both Flipkart and Myntra have discontinued their mobile websites, and forcing users to download their mobile app. Speculations are rife […]

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Details of 400,000 users leaked as mSpy is hacked
Insec Ethical Hacking Hub Details of 400,000 users leaked as mSpy is hacked

The mobile spying software service, mSpy has been allegedly hacked and personal data of about 400,000 customers released in the Deep Web. mSpy, a software as a service product claims to help about 2 million people by helping them track the mobile activities of their partners or kids. The hacking of their servers came to […]

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Security Explorations reveals several vulnerabilities in Google App
Insec Ethical Hacking Hub Security Explorations reveals several vulnerabilities in Google App

Security Explorations, a Poland-based security firm, on May 15 disclosed technical details and Proof of Concept (PoC) codes for unconfirmed and unpatched vulnerabilities presence in Google App Engine for Java. In October 2012, the company started its research on Google App Engine for Java however it could not continue it. Then, in October 2014, it […]

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UK Government Rewrites Laws to Let GCHQ Hack Into Computers Legally
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The UK Government has quietly changing the Anti-Hacking Laws quietly that exempt GCHQ, police, and other electronic intelligence agencies from criminal prosecution for hacking into computers and mobile phones and carrying out its controversial surveillance practices. The details of the changes were disclosed at the Investigatory Powers Tribunal, which is currently hearing a challenge to

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