[ad_1] First: The fact that the Chinese child “Wang Zhengyang”, whose picture is circulated globally, and who now lives in the United States of America and not in China Second: The accusations of Facebook founder “Mark Zuckerberg” against China, and the Chinese defense of deliberately waging a technological war and cyber hacking against the work
[ad_1] A report by suggests that India used an American company’s technology to exploit zero-day vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows PCs being used by government and telecom entities of Pakistan and China. According to the , cyber espionage was carried out by the Indian government or one of its contractors between the period of June 2020
[ad_1] By Adedapo Adesanya Nigeria needs to invent and produce cutting-edge Artificial Intelligence (AI) applications for education, business, medicine and security. This was the view of Nigeria’s Vice President, Mr Yemi Osinbajo, at the founding class (2021) of the Nigerian University of Technology and Management (NUTM), Lagos. Mr Osinbajo, while giving a keynote address at
[ad_1] American companies, whether they mean to or not, are facilitating global cyberespionage, far away from U.S. borders. JOHN MACDOUGALL/AFP via Getty Images A U.S. company’s tech was abused by the Indian government, amidst warnings Americans are contributing to a spyware industry already under fire for being out of control. Earlier this year, researchers at Russian
[ad_1] The Colonial Pipeline hack “impacted people’s daily lives in a way they never expected.” —Brad Smith, president of Microsoft Photograph by Guerin Blask Text size Russia’s recent cyberattack on U.S. companies came without warning, but not without precedent. In 2019, an attack that the U.S. government said was launched by the Russian military wreaked
[ad_1] A Russian cybersecurity firm had witnessed a cyber espionage campaign targeting Microsoft Windows PCs in China and Pakistan. Exodus CEO said, after an investigation, he believes India handpicked one of the Windows vulnerabilities for malicious means. India was subsequently cut off from buying new zero-day research from his company, he adds.  Texas-based Exodus Intelligence
[ad_1] Chinese President Xi Jinping (Kevin Frayer/Getty Images) WASHINGTON: China’s new Data Security Law, which takes effect today, includes cyber vulnerability disclosure provisions that will provide its government with nearly exclusive early access to a steady stream of zero-day vulnerabilities — potentially to include those discovered in technologies used by the Defense Department and Intelligence
[ad_1] By Author: by Suryansh Singh, Security Television Network Click here for updates on this story     September 4, 2021 (Security Television Network) — The world is fighting from a global pandemic outbreak, leading to many factors lacking in strength. Research on deception in China has led to the interrogation of people who are disguised under