Afghanistan: Heavy rains in In Parwan Province kill 32 citizens

Afghanistan: Heavy rains in In Parwan Province kill 32 citizens

Heavy rains set off flash floods that killed at least 32 people and left dozens missing in northern Afghanistan, the Taliban’s state-run news agency reported Monday. According to the Afghanistan Department of Meteorology, which has issued a warning for potential flash floods in other provinces, including Nangarhar, tomorrow might bring heavy rain and flash floods … Read more

Researchers find a PyPI Package that Drops File-less Cryptominer to systems

Researchers find a PyPI Package that Drops File-less Cryptominer to systems

Researchers have found a new PyPI package named ‘secretslib‘ that drops file-less crypto-miner to the memory of Linux machine systems. The package in question (now gone from the PyPI) was named “secretslib” which “describes itself as ‘secrets matching and verification made easy’,” according to Sonatype Researchers Who have found it. It achieves this by executing a Linux … Read more

9,000 VNC servers are at risk of being exposed online

9,000 VNC servers are at risk of being exposed online

Security Researchers have discovered at least 9,000 exposed VNC (virtual network computing) servers that can be exposed online due to not using any authentication. It will allow threat actors to easily access their internal networks. Virtual Network Computing is a graphical desktop-sharing system that uses the Remote Frame Buffer protocol to remotely control another computer. … Read more

Actor Pankaj Tripathi shares his opinion on the Boycott Bollywood trend

Actor Pankaj Tripathi shares his opinion on the Boycott Bollywood trend

Pankaj Tripathi has shared his opinion on the ongoing culture of Boycott Bollywood which has adversely affected films like Laal Singh Chaddha and Raksha Bandhan. In an interview, Pankaj Tripathi discussed the current trend in Bollywood, which has had an impact on movies. Tripathi stated that since we live in a democratic society, individuals have … Read more