Hackers take down website of Maneka Gandhi’s NGO after she blamed people of Malappuram district for the death of pregnant elephant
The hackers put a message on the web page saying that Maneka Gandhi used the matter of elephant's death for dirty politics.
Amidst cries of privacy concerns, Singaporean ethical hacker Frank Liauw gives thumbs-up to security features of Aarogya Setu app
Privacy concerns had plagued the Indian Government's contact tracing app, Aarogya Setu, with many raising doubts about the data collection, storage and encryption
Aarogya Setu replies to French ethical hacker who flagged privacy issues, clarifies no personal data compromised
Aarogya Setu determines the location of the person and informs whether he is in proximity to a Coronavirus positive patient.
The details and merits of the case are being missed due to outrage over 'attack on press'
NDTV fears that emails will be used ‘out of context’ to damage their reputation.
A group calling itself ‘Legion’ hacked the account and sent warnings to Rahul Gandhi.
That awkward moment when some media houses couldn't differentiate between hacker and Rahul Gandhi.
Was it some hacker, some disgruntled employee, or was it all a planned drama by the party?
Instead of blaming the team that handles Rahul Gandhi’s account, Congress blamed everyone else.
Some loose ends in the Khadse story need to be investigated