NEW DELHI: Bharti Airtel, India’s largest telecom carrier said that it has opened up its entire mobile network information to its customers through an interactive online interface, called Open Network, under Project Leap, its national network transformation initiative, which is seeing an investment of Rs 60,000 Crores over the next three years.
LinkedIn said on Wednesday that hackers were attempting to sell what they claimed were 117 million email addresses and passwords of its users, suggesting that a data breach in 2012 was magnitudes bigger than initially thought. “We are taking immediate steps to invalidate the passwords of the accounts impacted, and we will contact those members to reset their passwords,” LinkedIn said.
As a part of Digital India Project, Narendra Modi-led government today launched a new online locker facility called ‘DIGILocker’. The facility kicks off today, and it essentially lets citizens save government-issued documents like PAN cards among others online.
The government has announced digital locker facility that will help citizens to digitally store their important documents like PAN card, passport, mark sheets and degree certificates.
NEW DELHI: Intel Security Monday said that it has collaborated with Samsung to secure its Tizen smartphone through its McAfee Mobile Security software.
It’s quite common to temporarily hand over a very personal device like a phone or tablet to someone else – maybe to make a call or share photos & videos.
However, if someone else has your unlocked phone, he or she can access all of your personal data: photos, videos, email, address book, text messages & chats.
Network video maker, Axis Communications has introduced AXIS Q29 Temperature Alarm Camera Series, a new series of network cameras with remote temperature monitoring capabilities.
NEW DELHI: Telecom operators today raised the issue of interference in mobile phone airwaves from Pakistan in border states and demanded that government ensure spectrum being put up for sale are free from this problem.
MUMBAI: In a landmark judgment on online banking frauds, six banks, a telecom giant and a card company have been asked to pay out Rs 1.06 crore compensation to customers who have been victims of various online frauds in the past two years.