web attacks by toolkit

ClickSSL Weekly InfoSec Snipper October 11, 2016

Turkey has banned Microsoft OneDrive, Dropbox services Turkey has banned bunch of sites and services like Microsoft OneDrive, Dropbox, Google Drive and GitHub due to leak of privacy emails of ministry of energy and natural resources. The leak came into focus when a 20-year hacker got access to 17 G
germany banned whatapp facebook

ClickSSL Weekly InfoSec Snipper October 3, 2016

Mozilla introduced Tracking Protection for User’s Privacy Mozilla has announced new experimental features through its Test Pilot Program out of which one feature named Tracking Protection will affect user’s privacy. Currently, this feature is available only in private browsing mode and works by
big data security

Unique Techniques to save data in Hadoop

Technology is an integral part of our lives and its use is set only to increase; it has an effect on nearly everything we meet on a daily basis. Developments in technology do not just happen. Thanks to data, specifically Big Data that has extended the span of technology development. Data is used
IoT devices and ddos attacks

ClickSSL Weekly InfoSec Snipper September 26, 2016

Swiss People have voted over Surveillance Power against Threats Swiss voters have given additional power of surveillance with a 66.5% majority of voting. After Paris attack, the Swiss people have shown concern on growing threat from terrorists and they are ready for surveillance on their privacy fo
firefox 49

ClickSSL Weekly InfoSec Snipper September 19, 2016

Blizzard admitted about cyber-attack by PoodleCorp - a hacking group is believed to be responsible. The company disclosed about the incident on twitter page. This is the fourth cyber-attack that Blizzard faced but soon Blizzard came back online. Besides DDoS attack, the company had also technical is
http non secure error

ClickSSL Weekly InfoSec Snipper September 12, 2016

Data of severs belonging to PCIA (Project on Crowdsourced Imagery Analysis) have suffered from DDoS attack. The attack was severe that compelled PCIA to take down its “geoserver”, this server handles satellite imagery database. PCIA did not point out at any country but the attack was happened ju
Shadow IT

Ways to Reduce Risks in Shadow IT

Shadow IT coves a broad spectrum but for ease, the general accepted definition is : Shadow IT is used within organizations without approval of organization and it describes information technology systems and its solutions. Sometime, it is termed as “Stealth IT” to define solutions given by ot
lightspeed pos vendor server breach

ClickSSL Weekly InfoSec Snipper September 05, 2016

Lightspeed suffered from Data Breach Lightspeed a seller of POS system has notified its clients about data breach. Company's engineers detected the breach. Unknown attacker has gained access to the retail system as the retail system stores the data of buyers who have purchased via POS system with