A Hacker Team known as Mauritania Hacker Team claimed that they have hacked 150000 Israeli Email accounts.
Hackers announced the attack in their facebook fan page and leaked part of the compromised account ,has 2065 email accounts with plain text passwords. Following that, hackers paste small amount of hacked accounts in the fan page itself.
Hacker’s about.me page describe about the team as follows:
Mauritania HaCker Team is known as one of the best hacker of the world after many destruction of websites of Israel , Usa , Danemark and many Government countries and most dangerous thing it was the creation of viruses wich harmed many computers over the world the team is just one person called “Mauritania Attacker” with the following adresse: Mauritania@hacker.ps The Team has developped a worm called “Client Facebook” you can watch the method in youtube cause facebook deleted the video many time! you can also visit the page of Mauritania HaCker Team on Facebook
he Hackers heaven, Zone-H, an archive of defaced websites, has been infected by a malware. Robot Pirates Team claimed responsibility for this attack.
The whole website is not infected but few pages uploaded by hackers infected by malware. Hackers didn’t mention what method they used to inject malware in the zone-h.org website.
When we analyze the website with Google Diagnostic tool, we found 58 pages infected with malware. When the last time google visited the site on 2012-02-21, they found suspicious content. The website infected with Malicious software includes 213 trojan(s), 15 exploit(s), 14 scripting exploit(s).
Malicious software is hosted on 23 domain(s). 28 domain(s) appear to be functioning as intermediaries for distributing malware to visitors of this site.
Anyway the Zone-h.org is not currently listed in google as suspicious. It seems that they cleaned the malware. We are very thankful to Google Diagnostic tool, it is very helpful to identify the malware infected page.
When we analyze the site with McAfee Sitevisitor, it displays the website is safe?! It seems that their result is based on the current analyze, they should display the past analyze report also like Google.
McAfee Sitevisitor result:
Last month, Hackers HcJ & Cyb3R-1sT & Egyptian.H4x0rZ & Sas-TerrOrisT & H311 c0d3 defaced the zone-h.com and left a message to the zone-h website.
Touchscreens can’t differentiate between you, your friend or your cat. Truth is, they’re actually amazingly simple pieces of technology without much in the way of brains. A new type of display shown off at the International Nanotechnology Exhibition & Conference in Tokyo last week does imbue the panels with at least enough smarts to tell people apart. Gunze Ltd pairs a special capacitive screen with electrodes, which a user touches with one hand while interacting with a game or app. The immediate use would be for table-top arcade games, which would differentiate between up to four different players based on what particular circuit they complete when touching the screen. We wouldn’t be shocked if a version of the tech started showing up in multi-player video poker machines and bar games relatively soon.
Q4 of fiscal year 2012 was another rough one for Dell. The company fell short of expectations yet again, collecting roughly three quarters of a billion dollars in net income on revenues of $16 billion. The one bright spot was its enterprise division, which had another record quarter — accounting for 30 percent of revenues ($4.9 billion). While there was some growth in high end systems, Dell has clearly seen the writing on the wall and plans to refocus primarily on enterprise products and services in 2013. Interestingly, despite the disappointment on Wall Street, Dell still managed to rake in almost a $1 billion more in profit this year than it did last, making 2012 both a record breaker and a let down. Check out the complete PR after the break.
It’s not the first time that rumors have surfaced of Google working on some heads-up display glasses (9 to 5 Google first raised the possibility late last year), but The New York Times is now reporting that the company is not only working on them, but that it’s set to release them by the end of this year. Citing “several Google employees familiar with the project,” the paper’s Nick Bilton reports that the glasses will be based on Android, pack 3G or 4G connectivity, plus GPS and a range of sensors, and cost “around the price of current smartphones,” or somewhere between $250 and $600. They’re also said to include a low-resolution camera that can monitor your surroundings in real time and overlay relevant information, although Google is said to be paying attention to potential privacy concerns, and “wants to ensure that people know if they are being recorded by someone wearing a pair of glasses with a built-in camera.”
What’s more, the Times says that none other than Sergey Brin is a “key leader” on the project, with another being Google engineer Steve Lee, the creator of Latitude. Notably, Bilton also says that Google sees the project as an “experiment that anyone will be able to join,” and that the company is not currently thinking about potential business models for the glasses, which could suggest that they may be more of a small-scale hobby than part of a major push into consumer hardware.
KTVZ.com has received confirmation from Apple that the company plans to build a new data center on a 160-acre lot in Prineville, Oregon. The land was reportedly purchased for $5.6 million form Crook County. A February 15th filing first identified Apple, Inc. as the purchaser of the land, which Apple later confirmed:
Apple spokeswoman Kristin Huguet confirmed Tuesday that “we purchased the land and it’s for a data center,” but could not speak to details beyond that, other than to say it will be a “green” facility.
Facebook’s data center in Prineville, Oregon
Word of the possibility of a new Apple data center in Oregon was first reported in December when it was revealed that Apple was in discussions over the location. The new data center would be near a recently opened Facebook data center in the same area.
Apple has been working hard to expand its data center capacity to handle iCloud and other services, having invested $1 billion in the North Carolina center and revealing amaster plan that could see the size of that facility double in the future. Apple also maintains a smaller data center in Newark, California and has been building out minor additional capacity in Santa Clara, California near its corporate headquarters in Cupertino.
We’re not sure if the world was anxiously awaiting a follow-up to LG’s Optimus 3D (the AT&T Thrill 4Ghere in the states), but here it is: the LG Optimus 3D Cube. Only announced for Korean carrier SK Telecom so far, the Optimus 3D Cube is slightly thinner than its predecessor at 9.6mm vs. the Thrill 4G’s 11.9mm, with a faster 1.2GHz dual-core CPU and 16GB of storage built-in, confirming most of therumors we’d heard previously. According to LG, it will also be the world’s first that can handle 3D photo and video editing right on its glasses-free 4.3-inch screen, all shot by the dual 5MP cameras mounted on the back. It also has NFC baked in to support the new LG Tag+ stickers that change the phone’s settings when swiped, just like the Optimus LTE Tag. It’s scheduled for release in early March with Android 2.3 and although we didn’t see it mentioned in the Korean press release, is likely looking forward to a quick Ice Cream Sandwich makeover just like its cousin, the Optimus Vu. Check out the machine-translated specs and press release after the break, there should be a native English version along soon and of course, we’ll be getting a look firsthand when Mobile World Congress kicks off on the 27th.
There used to be only one cancelled Call of Duty spin-off that was common knowledge. The Sledgehammer title got unceremoniously axed in order to bring more manpower to bear one the then fledgling Modern Warfare 3. But it turns out there was at least one earlier effort that never made it to release. And I would bet solid money that the real figure is closer to mid-single digits.
A $0.99 Pokemon app, which had a huge opening weekend sales, has been removed from the App Store after it turned out that the so-called Pokemon Yellow game was unauthorised and worse, was not even a working game as claimed by its developers.
The mobile industry is a fast and booming industry, with tablets, mobile phones, and other handheld devices coming out in waves one after the other. From lower-priced to high-end models, consumers have a ton of devices to choose from for their mobile needs.
So it’s not exactly surprising that according to Cisco Systems, by the end of the year, the number of mobile devices connected to the Internet will actually be more than the world population.