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Hacker Crashes Google Play store two times in a row

http://fs03.androidpit.info/userfiles/2692059/image/Blog/htc-one-google-play-store.jpgAndroid applications and updates were blocked  in Google’s Play Store on Monday, after a hacker hacks into Google’s app publishing system.

Google play publishing system “Google’s Developer Console” was crashed first at sunday night , Many developers were unable to upload there applicatons , Issue was resolved by administration in Monday morningit seems Developer console has been crashed once again as a developers wrote in

Google forum, “problem started again.”
On the same time many android users don’t have access to the update there applications.
Earlier today Ibrahim Balic, a Turkish hacker, claimed responsibility for the attack. He said the developer console crashed when he tried to test a vulnerability he discovered.

Balic pleaded forgiveness from his online peers.
“I didn’t have any malicious aim, I am so sorry for this damage.”
He said the site crashed again when he uploaded the app to Google’s publishing system a second time.
“I just wanted to be sure about (the) vulnerability,” he said.

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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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Google Offers $3 million to Hackers

Google, which does not take Internet security lightly, has announced its willingness to pay computer hackers up to a total of $3 million to find and exploit its computer software Chrome OS. The company, based in Mountain View, California, said in March that it would hold its own contest name “Pwnium.” The contest would feature hackers putting their skills together attempting to hack into the ACER Chromebook C720 or Chromebook 11 from Hewlett Packard. The tech giant said it would pay out $150,000 and $110,000 prizes. In all, Google said it would pay $2.71828 million a reference to e the …continue reading

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Kashmir police asks Google to remove ‘objectionable’ maps

  SRINAGAR —  Global internet search engine Google was asked by Kashmir’s Cyber Crime Investigation Cell to take off current depictions of the disputed Kashmir in five Google Maps domains other than maps.google.co.in. The US-based company’s legal director Susan Infantino said it refused to oblige the demands of Indian authorities. Read More….

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Google launches education-focused Play store

  Google is launching its educational app store today and encouraging developers to build new tools aimed at the K-12 audience. The Google Play for Education store will allow educators to easily purchase and install apps in bulk, making it simple to distribute them across an entire classroom or school’s stock of tablets. Though all apps marked as educational
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Google Chrome reports php.net has malware

  Google Chrome is reporting that the official PHP site, php.net contains malware that can harm your computer. Google Chrome usually is correct about identifying infected websites or websites that may harm visitor’s computers, but this time it’s hard to believe. Typing php.net in Chrome flashes a warning message that says ‘Malware Ahead! The website
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Google Jousts With Wired South Korea Over Quirky Internet Rules

SEOUL, South Korea — South Korea is one of the world’s most digitally advanced countries. It has ubiquitous broadband, running at speeds that many Americans can only envy. Its Internet is also one of the most quirky in the world. A curfew restricts school-age children from playing online games at night; adults wanting to do
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Google CEO said Iranian are unusually talented in Cyber War – English

Google CEO said Iranian are unusually talented in Cyber War – English ShiaTV.net. Read More….

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Gmail accounts in Iran hacked, says Google

Google reports it has stopped a series of attempts to hack the emailaccounts of tens of thousands of Iranian users in what the company believes is an attempt to influence the country’s upcoming election. “For almost three weeks, we have detected and disrupted multiple email-based phishing campaigns,” Eric Grosse, the vice-president for security engineering, wrote in [...]

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