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Home Depot hack could lead to $3 billion in fake charges

Home Depot hack could lead to $3 billion in fake charges



A recent hacker attack on Home Depot (HD) could result in up to $3 billion in fraudulent charges, according to credit protection firm BillGuard. BillGuard said losses will be at least $2 billion, based on an analysis of what is […]

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19 Fake Mobile Base Stations Found Across US – Are They For Spying or Crime?

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19 Fake Mobile Base Stations Found Across US – Are They For Spying or Crime?



The US manufacturer of a super secure mobile phone recently discovered 19 fake mobile base stations set up across the US that are quietly intercepting calls, SMS text messages and data from users’ phones. According to

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Pregnancy news on Twitter about Lea Michele is fake

It looks like that the cast of GLEE is under attack. The casts’ Twitter account has been hacked in the recent days. The actress Lea Michele announced from her Twitter account that she is pregnant with the baby boy, which was totally false news! Read More….

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PandaLabs Discovers Hackers Using the Final Episode of TV Series “Lost” to Spread the MySecurityEngine Fake Antivirus

PandaLabs, Panda Security’s antimalware laboratory, has in the last few hours, detected the proliferation in search engines of numerous Web pages distributing the 


Thanks to Collective Intelligence, Panda’s exclusive cloud-computing technology, the company’s 2010 solutions leverage the knowledge gathered from the community of millions of Panda users around the world. Each new file received is automatically classified within six minutes and the Collective Intelligence servers classify more than 50,000 new malware samples every day. These technologies correlate information on malware received from each computer to continuously improve the protection level for the worldwide community of users.

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Final episode of ‘Lost’ used by hackers to spread the MySecurityEngine fake antivirus

PandaLabs, Panda Security’s anti-malware laboratory has in the last few hours detected the proliferation in search engines of numerous Web pages distributing the 


Thanks to Collective Intelligence, Panda’s exclusive cloud-computing technology, the company’s 2010 solutions leverage the knowledge gathered from the community of millions of Panda users around the world. Each new file received is automatically classified within six minutes and the Collective Intelligence servers classify more than 50,000 new malware samples every day. These technologies correlate information on malware received from each computer to continuously improve the protection level for the worldwide community of users.

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Google to refund buyers of ‘fake’ anti-virus app.

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Google finally decided to refund the buyers of fake anti-virus, in order to maintain its reputation. The fake virus scanner was nothing more than an icon that changed shape when a user tapped it as reported by Android police. Now, Android Police has learned that Google is issuing refunds to purchasers, and giving them a $US5 Google Play Store credit. The developer of the app, Jesse Carter, defended himself to The Guardian by saying the app upload was a mistake. At the time, he’d promised to refund buyers, but El Reg notes that Google seems to have decided not to wait for Carter to issue refunds.

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Google Kills ‘Hit No. 1 on Play Charts’ Fake Anti-Virus App


‘Google play’ an app store of Android checks for malicious app by default when uploaded whether that’s downloaded for free or takes some money. Google doesn’t confirm that it is functional or not and that gave a developer to make a fake app and earn money.
A fake anti-virus app named as “Virus Shield” was caught by Android Police and was bump off by google instantly. An app with no-functionality yet that app was no: 01 hit in app store. It did nothing like detecting and deleting viruses but just turning icon change when tapped that pretends that it’s checking for viruses.
Beside many claims of Virus Shield at least two of the claims made – low battery consumption and no ads – are true. But these claims are useless especially when you’re paying for it.
According to Appbrain, the software sailed past 10,000 downloads, putting its take at close to $US 40,000 for nothing at all. As Android Police says: “this is such a brazen and expensive fake that we felt the need to give it some special attention. It’s somewhat disheartening that an app so obviously fake could rise to the top, especially considering that it’s paid, and possibly hundreds or thousands of people have been defrauded already.”
Google play has to do something for such fake apps else people will may be defraud by many or who knows are defrauding now – a question which should be taken as seriously.

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A Gang arrested in Lahore for generating fake electricity bills UBP sheets



Today in Lahore , gang has been arrested which was involved in generation and deposit of electricity bills. FIA has arrested prime suspect Khurram Shahzad and seized all the digital media including data sheets of fake generation and deposit of electricity bills of different factories.

“Initial technical analysis reveals the gang is causing a huge loss to Telenor in connivance with the employees of Telenor, ZTE and UBL,” an official said.

 While investigating , gang told that they have worked for Vital Tech (Pvt. Ltd) , as billing executive which provided service to Telenor through ZTE for the maintenance of tower site in Lahore.

 a He used download electricity bills from internet and prepare the UBP sheets and mail it to the representative of ZTE , IrfanAttari . After verifying he forwarded it to representatives of Telenor, Farhan Zahid and Ammar Bin Munir.

The UBP sheets were then further mailed to Head Office of UBL in Karachi and the amount was debited from the account of Telenor. Shabbir provided the UBP sheets to Khurram Shahzad which were downloaded from internet who deposited them with the identity of UBL Liberty Market Branch.


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Apple store serving spyware, Tor browser for IOS is Fake , apple love to keep it in its store

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 Members of Tor anonymity network has warn that the Tor browser application which is available in Apple store since november. or published this announcement on there official website by a high ranked volunteer Phobos.
Phobos said:
“It’s full of adware and spyware. Two users have called to complain. We should have it removed.”
Till now application have not been removed from the official apple store , it seems apple is not worry about users privacy as its still serving spyware .

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Google Deleted Fake anti-virus app that hit No. 1 on Google Play Store

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“Virus Shield” an Android application worth $US3.99 per download in google play store has been deleted . The application stand as a top rated android application which has been working in 10,500+ devices, putting its take at close to $US40,000 for nothing at all. The app have only one functionality when a person Tap the application it changes its Icon pretending to be scanning the Device. It does not scan , it does not secure . As Android Police Says:- “This is such a brazen and expensive fake that we felt the need to give it some special attention. It’s …continue reading

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