Posts Tagged ‘hacking’

  After loosing  Norton AntiVirus Corporate Edition source code in 2006, now Symantec is asking its customer to stop usage of Norton/PcAnywhere which was also leaked on Internet. The security firm said the theft occurred in 2006, compromising 2006-era version of Norton Antivirus Corporate Edition, Norton Internet Security and Norton SystemWorks and most important "pcAnywhere", […]

Have you ever got used to a Firefox or Thunderbird addon that you really like, or just can't live without, and then a new version of either Firefox or Thunderbird is released, and suddenly your addon no longer works? Of course, the generally recommended way is to search http://addon.mozilla.org for a new version, but sometimes […]

  Yappy, I just won a price by "Liking" a page on facebook "Like & Win" competition Actually some company announced that they will give free gifts to the 2000th and 2011th users, who like their facebook page. So what I did was simple,  I just made a python script (that's not hacking, just power […]

In addition to my previous post “Privacy is dead, People” Google has publicly acknowledged that the WiFi data collected by its world-roving Street View cars contained entire emails, URLs, and passwords. On Friday afternoon, with a blog post, senior vice president of engineering Alan Eustace also said – yet again – that most of the data […]