In the recent case, the entire profile of an individual could be obtained from the Telegram channel by just providing two inputs: the NID number and the date of birth.
On October 7, Facebook's blue-ticked official account made a post calling for the release of the former Pakistani president and renowned cricketer, Imran Khan. Another post from the page openly criticised both the Indian and International Cricket Council for visa issues related to the hosting of the World Cup. The posts, which quickly drew significant attention, were swiftly removed, but not before raising eyebrows and sparking speculation about the security of the social media giant's platform.
Personal information of the country's smart National Identity Card holders is now available in a Telegram channel, officials have acknowledged.
A recent security breach on the website of the Office of the Registrar General, Birth & Death Registration (BDRIS) has raised significant concerns regarding data privacy and the potential consequences individuals may face when their sensitive information falls into the wrong hands. Let's will delve into the implications of such a breach, highlighting the far-reaching effects on affected individuals.
The leaked data includes names, birth dates, and National Identification (NID) numbers of over 50 million users which is alledgedly easily accessible through a simple Google search
An Italian company's hacking tools were used to spy on Apple Inc (AAPL.O) and Android smartphones in Italy and Kazakhstan, Alphabet Inc's (GOOGL.O) Google said in a report on Thursday.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) says that another batch of athlete data has been leaked by the same Russian cyber espionage group that published confidential medical data earlier this week.
The attackers who stole $81 million from the Bangladesh central bank probably hacked into software from the SWIFT financial platform that is at the heart of the global financial system, say security researchers.
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York will be sued following the hacking of around $100 million (Tk 780 crore) from foreign currency account of Bangladesh Bank, Finance Minister AMA Muhith tells journalists at his finance ministry office.