Data Security News Headlines 26th August, 2016

The website of the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (RGUHS) was hacked, exam data likely stolen Vice-Chancellor K S Ravindranath said the university had arranged for three new servers to host the application forms of various courses. During this time, the firewall was not installed and the website ( was hacked. “As a result,... Continue Reading →

Data Security News Headlines 24th August, 2016

Epic games forum hacked – over 8, 00,000 gamer’s data stolen Epic Games,  is an American video game development company based in Cary, North Carolina, and partially owned by Tennent Holdings, which is one of the largest internet and video gaming companies in China. Epic Games' forums have recently been compromised by an unknown hacker... Continue Reading →

Data Security News Headlines 23rd August, 2016

Kerala Cyber Warriors' hack Maneka Gandhi's website, demand stray dog-free India The group of hacker name Cyber Warriors from Kerala on Monday hacked Union Minister Maneka Gandhi's People for Animals (PFA) website, pledging to make India free from stray dogs. The group's action comes a day after 65-year-old Sheeluamma was killed by more than 50... Continue Reading →

Data Security News Headlines 22nd August, 2016

Wikipedia Co-Founder Jimmy Wales Twitter Account Hacked By OurMine The hackers group OurMine compromised Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales Twitter account Saturday 20 August 2016. A tweet was sent out from Wales’ verified Twitter account that read, “RIP Jimmy Wales, 1966 – 2016. A few minutes later another tweet was posted that read, “I confirm that... Continue Reading →

Data Security News Headlines 20th August, 2016

Warning Bitcoin user could be targeted by state sponsored hacker A bitcoin information site is warning users that an upcoming version of the Blockchain consolidation software and Bitcoin wallets could most likely be targeted by "state-sponsored attackers." has posted a message on his website, next version of the Bitcoin Core wallet, one of the... Continue Reading →

Data Security News Headlines 17th August, 2016

Internet traffic hijacking Linux flaw affects 80% of android device Around 80 percent of Android smartphones and tablets running Android 4.4 KitKat. Recently Linux kernel flaw vulnerability found in android. It allow attacker to terminate the connections, spying an unencrypted traffic and also able to inject malware into communication. 80% of all Android devices in... Continue Reading →

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