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Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Charge Dropped Against Pirate Bay Four

A Swedish prosecutor on Tuesday dropped a charge levied against four men on trial for running The Pirate Bay, one of the most popular BitTorrent search engines and trackers on the Internet.

Tuesday's proceedings saw Swedish prosecutor Håkan Roswall drop a charge of aiding in the making of copies of works under copyright, said Peter Sunde, one of the four on trial. The charge was dropped due to the inability of the prosecution to prove copies of content were made, he said.

"We have definitely won this round," Sunde said.

One charge -- essentially aiding the making of material under copyright available -- remains. Sunde and the other three defendants, Fredrik Neij, Gottfrid Svartholm Warg and Carl Lundström, could face prison time. Swedish authorities want them to forfeit 1.2 million Swedish kronor (US$140,000) in advertising revenue generated from the site.

A lawyer for the music industry, Peter Danowsky, denied that dropping the charge hurt the overall case.

"It's a largely technical issue that changes nothing in terms of our compensation claims and has no bearing whatsoever on the main case against The Pirate Bay," Danowsky said in a statement published by The Local, a Swedish newspaper published in English. "In fact it simplifies the prosecutor's case by allowing him to focus on the main issue, which is the making available of copyrighted works," he said in a statement.

The Motion Picture Association is seeking 93 million Swedish kronor in damages, and the IFPI (International Federation of the Phonographic Industry) is seeking €1.6 million (US$2.06 million) in damages.

Evidence presented by Roswall on Tuesday included screenshots showing computers were connected to The Pirate Bay's tracker, or software that coordinates P-to-P (peer-to-peer) file sharing.

But a majority of the screenshots show that The Pirate Bay was actually down at the time and that the client connections timed out, Sunde said. The clients, or peers, were still connecting with each other, but through a distributed hash table, another protocol for coordinating downloads unrelated to The Pirate Bay.

The schedule for Wednesday includes testimony from a Swedish antipiracy agency as well as the Motion Picture Association, Sunde said.

Also visit "The Pirate Bay News Trail"

BitDefender Partner Site Hit by Hackers


Hackers elicited customer details from a Portuguese partner site associated with the security company BitDefender, the second intrusion in recent days targeting computer security companies.

The details are posted on, which publishes information on security problems but says it will notify Web site operators and not reveal sensitive data.

The hackers used a form of a SQL injection attack to reveal personal details and e-mail addresses. SQL injection, one of the most common types of attacks, involves inputting commands into Web-based forms or URLs (Uniform Resource Locators) in order to return data held in back-end databases.

A 2006 survey by the Web Application Security Consortium of 31,373 sites found more than 25 percent were vulnerable to SQL injection, with more than 85 percent vulnerable to cross-site scripting attacks.

Screenshots posted on the blog show how the hackers were able to see data they shouldn't, although they took care to black out sensitive data.

BitDefender said the site was shut down after the vulnerability was found, and reopened on Monday around 6 p.m. GMT. BitDefender believes that none of the data exposed will be used for malicious purposes and that the attack was intended to illustrate the vulnerability. No customer credit card data was stored on the site, the company said.

BitDefender said it advises partners on good security practices but that "we can't control how our partners manage their sites."

Major computer security companies have seen their sites come under attack, highlighting how even organizations with deep knowledge of the dangers of hacking can still be caught off guard.

Last weekend, a hacker broke into part of Russian security company Kaspersky Lab's new U.S. support Web site. Company officials confirmed a programming flaw left the site open to SQL injection. The hacker could have accessed about 2,500 customer e-mail addresses and perhaps 25,000 product activation codes.

In July 2008, a Malaysian partner site for Kaspersky was defaced as it was still under development, although no sensitive data was lost.

Conficker Worm Draws a Counter-Attack

In response to the Conficker worm's massive infection of millions of PCs worldwide, industry heavyweights including Microsoft, Symantec and others today announced they're forming a new team to fight back against the worm.

In addition to the team's mission to grab domain names Conficker (aka Downadup) might try to use, Microsoft is offering a fat $250,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the worm. The reward is available to residents of any country, Microsoft says.

Conficker's Achilles heel is its need to receive orders from a server on the Internet. The worm checks a list of up to 250 different domain names each day for instructions.

Normally, cycling through 250 different names would likely be enough to ensure that the good guys would be unable to keep up, as Conficker's controllers would theoretically only have to register one of those domains per day to control their massive herd of malware. But Conficker's notoriety has prompted the companies to coordinate their efforts and try to nab all the potential domain registrations before the bad guys can.

Doing so would restrict the worm to receiving updates or instructions only through its secondary peer-to-peer capability, according to Symantec. From the description, that secondary ability would likely limit the worm to making a peer-to-peer connection only with infected PCs on the same local network.

According to Symantec's announcement, the team includes "Microsoft, ICANN, Neustar, Verisign, CNNIC, Afilias, Public Internet Registry, Global Domains International Inc., M1D Global, AOL, F-Secure, ISC, researchers from Georgia Tech, The Shadowserver Foundation, Arbor Networks, and Support Intelligence."

If anyone does manage to register one of the domains before the team does, the team will investigate its owner.

This is a good step, and one I'd sure like to see taken further. This team should stick around after Conficker and continue to work to deny the bad guy's use of domain names, hosting providers and other infrastructure required by the malware black market.

I do wonder, though, why Microsoft didn't set up a phone number or other central point of contact for collecting information about Conficker. The company says that "individuals with information about the Conficker worm should contact their international law enforcement agencies."

Hacker Gang Targets Security Companies

A hacker gang, purportedly from Romania, is using SQL injection attacks against security software companies.

Last week it was Kaspersky who was attacked, although the company denied that any real compromise had occurred. The hackers only actually exposed table names from the database, not actual data.

Later reports on that attack stated that the same gang was responsible for attacks on a Portuguese reseller for Bitdefender.

Now F-Secure is saying they were attacked, although once again they with only some success. They had a weak spot in their database-facing web pages that gather malware statistics. The page didn't properly "sanitize database inputs." SQL injection involves using database input fields to add SQL commands. Click here for a humorous and illustrative example.

F-Secure says the hackers, the same bunch responsible for the previous attacks, were able to read, but not manipulate the data. It sounds like they employ a good collection of security practices to employ defense-in-depth: hackers got through to the database, but other defenses stopped them there. The user account they compromised only had access to the malware measurement data, which is public anyway, and they couldn't write to the database.

New Attacks Target IE7 Flaw

Internet attack trackers and antivirus companies warn that a flaw in Internet Explorer 7 (but not earlier versions) that Microsoft just patched last week is under attack in the wild. The attacks appear to be targeted and small-scale right now, but will likely grow.

Trend Micro describes a somewhat roundabout attack that starts with an e-mailed .doc file that, when opened, exploits the MS09-002 vulnerability to download and install remote-control backdoor malware.

Trend writes that this approach is likely part of a targeted attack. Such assaults typically involve more legwork on the part of crooks to construct a realistic spam message that may appear to come from a co-worker, for instance, and have a poisoned .doc or other file attached.

But the Internet Storm Center warns that while antivirus vendors currently only report .doc-using attacks, "there is absolutely nothing preventing attackers from using the exploit in a drive-by attack." And they expect that to happen very soon.

The good news is that to protect yourself, you only need to make sure you've closed the hole by applying last week's patch. It was distributed via Automatic Updates, so you can double-check that you got it by running Windows Update. Or head to the Microsoft security bulletin.

Monday, February 16, 2009

The Pirate Bay: BitTorrent Tracker Goes on Trial


Swedish website, The Pirate Bay, which claims to be the world's largest illegal BitTorrent tracker will go under trail today.

The Pirate Bay does not host copyrighted content, but acts as a search engine for 'torrents' available online and directs users to pirated movies, music and other protected material.
Three of the website's co-founders - Fredik Neij, Gottfrid Svartholm Warg and Peter Sunde Kolmisoppi and Swedish dotcom millionaire Carl Lundstr m - are accused of helping millions of Internet users illegally download protected movies, music, and computer games. If convicted, they face up to two years in prison and a fine of up to 1.2 million kronor ($1,43,529).
Plaintiffs which includes Warner Bros, MGM Pictures, Colombia Pictures, 20th Century Fox, Sony BMG, Universal and EMI, argue that The Pirate Bay promotes copyright infringement, and has made millions in profits since its launch in 2003. They are claiming more than $100m in damages.
This present case was filled in May 2006, when police raided 10 different locations in central Sweden, seized servers and computer equipment and temporarily causing the site to go offline for three days.

Saturday, February 14, 2009

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Microsoft to Pay $250,000 to Conficker Hunter

Microsoft will reward $250,000 to one who finds the culprit coder behind the Downadup/Conficker Work

Last month, a virus named Downadup/Conficker infected 9 million Windows machines and their network. Honestly, the virus created havoc by rapidly spreading within span of couple of days.

Post that, Microsoft has taken an active step by teaming up with Internet Corporation of Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), Domain Name System operators and others. Together they'll disable the domains targeted by conficker virus to stop the worm infection across the network.
George Stathakopulos, of Microsoft's Trustworthy Computing Group told BBC, "People who write this malware have to be held accountable." By collaborating with the technology companies, academic organizations and Internet Infrastructure firms, Microsoft intends to nail down the Conficker virus' activities.

Conficker virus is a self-replicating malware code that replicates itself over the computers and network without latest security patches. Security firms advices everyone to keep the virus definitions up to date and install Micrsoft MS08-67 patch (KB958644).
Microsoft has announced to pay reward of $250,000 to any individual who'll find out the culprits behind Conficker. Any individual of any country is eligible for this reward. Microsoft had paid $250,000 to two individuals who helped in identification of the notorious Sasser worm creators.
However, the crude reality also follows that rewards of $250,000 were also announced for other computer worms such as Blaster, MyDoom and Sobig but their culprits were never caught.

Microsoft to Open Retail Stores

To learn about consumer purchasing behavior
Microsoft has decided to step into retailing and will open Microsoft retail outlets. As per Microsoft's spokesperson, the company plans a 'small number' of stores. Microsoft obviously will be ridiculed for following a rival company's, Apple's, retail strategy. Microsoft intends to step into retailing to create a deeper engagement with consumers and to learn about their purchasing behavior.

David Porter, ex-Wal-Mart retail veteran, will join Microsoft as the corporate vice president of retail stores from 16th February. Porter, in the company's statement, said, "There are tremendous opportunities ahead for Microsoft to create a world-class shopping experience for its customers." Hence, it's clear that Microsoft wants to put Porter's retail experience to best use for their next retail venture.
Whether Microsoft likes it or not, a comparison with rival's, Apple's, retail store strategy is bound to happen. Apple's retail stores have highly trained sales staff, eye-catching store architecture, and their entire product line-up. Hence, the Microsoft retail store can also be expected to have trained sales staff and a variety of Microsoft-branded products.
What about the existing retail partners of Microsoft? Well, Microsoft intends to learn the first lessons in retailing themselves and then pass on the knowledge to their retail buddies, who are sure to be irked initially.
Microsoft will surely face challenges with the economic downturn on one hand and rival Apple's stable sales in the previous quarters on the other. Not surprisingly, Apple is also planning a major store space reorganization to emphasize more on consumer education, and software will be the primary focus.

Sunday, February 8, 2009

World Youngest iPhone Developer

A nine year old Malaysian boy Lim Ding Wen in Singapore has written painting application for Apple iPhone and he is also considered as the world youngest iPhone developer.

Lim Ding Wen wrote Doodle kids an iPhone application for his two younger sisters aged three and five.

World Youngest iPhone Developer

(Doodle Kids and Lim Ding Wen)

Doodle kids program has been downloaded more than 4,000 times from Apple’s iTunes store in less than two weeks.

His father Lim Thye Chean says, when Lim Ding Wen was 2 years old he learned how to insert a disk and boot a computer. At the age of seven Lim Thye Chean started teaching programming languages after he had done well in school.

Lim Ding Wen is fluent in six languages and completed 20 programming projects. His latest application Doodle Kids, allows users to draw pictures using their fingers and then clear the screen by shaking the iPhone.

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Thursday, February 5, 2009

Messack(Mobile Virus)


"Messack.sis" a small virus spreading very fastly in Indian cell phones. The source is Mp3 songs from different sites. Till date there is not any AntiVirus to destroy this virus. Before downloading or transferring any Mp3 song to your cell scan it with a good AntiVirus Software.

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Google, NASA Launch Univ of Future

Preparing for an age when computers will be cleverer than humans
Google and NASA are already preparing themselves for the day when computers will be smarter than humans, according to a news report. The tech honchos have come together for a new university that will prepare scientists for an age when computers will be cleverer than humans.

Singularity University, as it will be known, will be based in NASA's Silicon Valley campus and will host its first class of 30 graduates this summer. This university aims to prepare future scientists for the time when machines use artificial intelligence to become sharper than human beings. It will help them to develop machines that would aid humans instead of harming them.

Google has already donated more than $1 million, and numerous other major companies are planning contribute at least $2,50,000.

We all know that we rush for to machines even when we are in the smallest dilemma. Machines have become our saviors in this modern age where we can trust a computer more than what we trust our fellow human beings. However, the day when these machines completely replace humans and become cleverer than us is not far away.

Google Internet Bus Comes to India

Life made simple with Internet
Google now aims to educate Indians about power of Internet with its 'Internet Bus'.

The Internet-enabled bus will focus on the four themes - education, information, communication, and entertainment. It will be loaded with useful and informative content in English and Tamil. Google said it will showcase how the Internet can make everyday life simple through services like search, email, social networking, maps and others.

The bus project took off from Chennai yesterday and will reach Vellore tomorrow and will cover numerous cities in Tamil Nadu over the next month and a half.

You can visit the Internet Bus Project website to see when the bus will visit your city; get regular updates. You can also check out photos and videos as Google travels around Tamil Nadu.

Here is the schedule that the Google Internet Bus will follow:

03 Feb Chennai
05 Feb Vellore
06 Feb Krishnagiri
07 Feb Salem
11 Feb Erode
12 Feb Tiruppur
14 Feb Coimbatore
18 Feb Dindigul
19 Feb Madurai
23 Feb Tirunelveli
25 Feb Nagercoil
27 Feb Tuticorin

02 Mar Pudukkottai
03 Mar Tiruchirappalli
06 Mar Thanjavur
08 Mar Kumbakonam
10 Mar Neyveli
12 Mar Cuddalore
13 Mar Tiruvannamalai

Yahoo Search Pad: Google Disposes, Yahoo Proposes

Makes online research easy

Only weeks after Google announced that it will stop its Notebook application for new users, Yahoo said it will launch something very similar to that under the name Search Pad.

Yahoo Search Pad detects users' research intent, automatically collecting visited sites, and providing tools for users to organize and add notes - all in one place. Users will be able to edit, delete, and re-order notes they've taken on a topic and then print them out or email them to friends and family through Search Pad. They can also save the notes to access later by logging in with their Yahoo! ID.

However, the Search Pad application is currently only in testing and is not visible to all users.

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Microsoft Launches Windows 7 in Hindi

The new initiatives include Language Interface Packs (LIPs) in 12 Indian languages for MS Office and Windows
Microsoft, as a part of its efforts to overcome the language barrier to computing, has showcased a variety of custom made products directed specifically at the vernacular language market - a market that has been largely left untapped till now.

The new initiatives include Language Interface Packs (LIPs) in 12 Indian languages - Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Gurmukhi, Hindi, Kannada, Konkani, Malayalam, Marathi, Oriya, Tamil and Telugu - for MS Office and Windows.

The company has also announced a total of 45 additional virtual keyboards for these languages. Even Windows Live has not been spared the treatment with it being made available in as many as seven Indian languages. These languages are Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Tamil and Telugu.

There's more in store for developers as well. Directed at vernacular language developers, it has launched the Captions Language Interface Pack (or CLIP) in Hindi, Malayalam, Oriya, and Tamil. CLIP uses a tool tip caption to display translations for user interface items in Visual Studio 2008 making it the first ever instance of Microsoft releasing a tool specifically to help students and beginner developers in India use the product in their own language.

The most talked about part of the sneak peek was a rather cool beta version of Windows 7 in Hindi, one of the eight global languages the Operating System (Beta) was released in recently. We would love to have a go at this one!

Beware! Airtel Warns Users of SMS Scam

Criminals devise new way to dupe innocent people
Cyber frauds are nothing new in India, every now and then we hear about people getting duped by unsolicited e-mails received from Nigeria, UK.

It seems criminals have devised a new way to dupe innocent people via SMS. An alert on Airtel's website is cautioning it's users to be vary of such fraudsters.

According to Airtel, "an instance has come to notice in one of the circles wherein some subscribers have received SMS of the type - !Urgent! Your number has been selected for a $5,000 prize guaranteed! To claim your prize call +423697497456/ +447024054367. The above SMS is sent through bulk SMS product and is a type of Premium Rate Service Fraud (PRS) operated by organized gangs. The intent of the SMS is to induce the subscribers to call international numbers as listed above which have very high terminating rates. When the subscriber calls the number he is usually connected to a recorded message and the customer is billed a high amount. Replying to such SMS's could also result in viruses being downloaded on the subscriber's phone."

The disclaimer put up on the Airtel website:

"Unsolicited fraudulent SMS's are being sent to various subscribers informing them that they have won a prize and need to call an international number to collect their prize. When calls are made to the number in the text message the subscribers are billed a high amount (upto Rs 500 per minute). Subscribers are cautioned not to respond to such SMS's."

But worry not, TRAI will now be able to nab mobile phone spammers.

Have you been victim to such fraud? Do let us know through your comments.

Nivio - India's Answer to Google's GDrive

Free online storage from NivoLite

While Google lovers anticipate the arrival of GDrive, some others are already offering storage in the online space. One of the newest online storage space providers is NivioLite Free, an online computing utility that offers free online storage and backup facility.

NivioLite Free is offering a measly 1GB storage capacity in the times when Microsoft already has its Skydrive in place which offers 25GB of online storage -- at no cost.

How much can 1GB of storage house? Around 200 songs or 400 photos, says NivioLite's developers. If you need anything more than 1GB, you will have to purchase the extra space for 3 pounds to access Nivio's full service. With the upgrade you will get full access to Nivio s virtual Windows Desktop where one can create and edit files. This also includes the nDrive - a user intuitive tool that facilitates an easy and quick transfer of files between a local computer and the Nivio online desktop.

It isn't difficult to acquire hundreds of music files over a little period of time, and 1GB would definitely not suffice. This new service seems to be for the ignoramus as only those who do not know about the existing high-capacity online storage facilities would want to bother to register for a 1GB storage service.

On another note, 10-year old Yahoo Briefcase service which offers users 25MB of storage will be shutting on March 30. Unless newbie NivioLite plans to offer a mass-appealing online storage capacity, it could remain the storage house for a niche segment of users.

Is Apple Readying Dual-core, Quad-core iMacs?

Currently, Apple offers iMacs in 20-inch and 24-inch sizes, with two different configurations for each size.

Long due iMac upgrades have slowly started tipping rumors. The rumor mills are now eyeing Apple's iMac for update since the Mac Mini didn't get any update in recent MacWorld expo. It's been rumoured that Apple is going to refresh the iMacs with dual-core and quad-core processors according to a report by CNET.

Shaw Wu, of Kaufman Brothers, believes that Apple will be updating the iMacs line up. Currently, Apple offers iMacs in 20-inch and 24-inch sizes, with two different configurations for each size.

The new refreshed iMacs will get a high-end quad-core chip and a low-cost dual-core processor. The highest-end 24-inch iMac will get a high-end quad-core processor while the 20-inch version will get a low-cost dual-core processor. These new iMacs can be expected soon as Apple has reportedly decided to reduce 24-inch iMacs shipments in coming weeks.

To complement this rumor, Intel is set to launch new quad-core server processors by end-March which might be used for new Mac Pro iterations.

If this stand's true, Apple fans will get to choose dual-core and quad-core iMacs. Recently, many OEMs like HP, Asus, Lenovo and LG have come out with all-in-one style computers. To lead this segment, Apple really should refresh its product line-up.

SMS Malware Targets Nokia S60 Mobiles

Curse of Silence worm enters your phone in the form of a simple text message and stops incoming SMSes
A new SMS worm that targets certain Series 60 third edition devices has been detected. Before you start panicking, don't worry, there is a fix.

The "Curse of Silence" worm comes to your inbox in the form of a simple text message and then goes ahead to ensure that you don't receive any further SMSes. The worm affects Series 60 third edition handsets and some UIQ based handsets running (S 60) versions 2.6, 2.8, 3.0, and 3.1. The worm was first detected towards the end of last year, and has been listed by F-Secure as a threat. While some may term it as a virus, the notable thing is that it makes use of a security hole in S60 to execute its attack.

The attack begins with the target phone receiving an "infected" SMS. The behavior of the worm after this differs from device to device. While some older devices stop receiving SMS/MMS right after the first SMS is received, some others require quite a few messages before going kaput. The device, once affected, displays a message saying that the message memory is full and that there is no space remaining for more messages. Till now, the only way for a phone to recover from such an attack was a factory reset.

Nokia has, however, released a fix called the SMS cleaner, which apparently fixes the hole. F-Secure has further details on the worm. Check it out here.

Yahoo to Shut Down Briefcase Service

The company has cited low usage and popularity of the service when compared to its other services like Flickr and Mail as reasons for pulling the plug
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Yahoo, as a part of trimming down excess baggage, has decided to shut down its 10-year-old online storage program -- the Yahoo Briefcase.

The company has cited low usage and popularity of the service when compared to its other services like Flickr and Mail as reasons for pulling the plug.

Users have been provided a March 30 deadline to retrieve their data stored online. Yahoo adds that discontinuing the service will allow them to focus their efforts on more broadly used products.

This comes days after new Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz took charge and is on a mission to save the Internet giant with a series of tough measures that included even more lay-offs, pay cuts and salary freezes.

Those of you who still use the service might as well save all your files back to your PCs before the March 30 deadline - lest you lose your data permanently.

Man Killed in Mobile Phone Explosion

Incident might have occurred due to one of those cheap duplicate batteries

Here's one more reason to stay away from those spurious batteries.

A 20 year-old Chinese youngster died when a battery inside the phone he was carrying in his pocket exploded, severing his arteries leading to massive blood loss and eventual death. According to some reports, the person had recently changed his phone battery and had charged the same moments before the fatal accident. The accident occurred in front of a Lenovo store in Guangzhou, China.

Exploding phone batteries are not a new phenomenon. However, fatalities from such occurrences are rare and this one just might be the worst ever recorded. The incident also makes us wonder if it is really worth saving money when it comes to batteries. While we still do not have details regarding the phone or the kind of battery that was involved in the incident, it is likely that this might be one of those cheap duplicate batteries.

We hope your plans to invest in a "cheaper" option might have been thwarted by this unfortunate incident.

3D View of Mars, Ocean with Google Earth 5


Do you want to dive into the ocean and explore the nooks and crannies of the seafloor? Want to step on Mars and experience how it feels to be on the red planet? Now you will be able to experience all this and more from your PC, thanks to the newest version of Google Earth.

With Google Earth 5.0, you can explore thousands of data points including videos and images of ocean life, details on the best surf spots, logs of real ocean expeditions, and much more. With this new feature, you can now move back and forth in time while exploring a place to reveal imagery from years and even decades past, revealing changes over time.

This new-fangled Google Earth also has a Touring feature which makes it simple to create sharable, narrated, fly-through tour by clicking the record button and navigating through your tour destinations. By selecting "Mars" from the toolbar in Google Earth, one can access a 3D map of the planet featuring the latest high-resolution imagery, 3D terrain, and annotations showing landing sites.

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