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'Supply Chain Attack' on 35 Big Companies including Microsoft, Apple, PayPal

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'Supply Chain Attack' on 35 Big Companies including Microsoft, Apple, PayPal An ethical hacker (researcher) has recently demonstrated a novel supply chain attack. Accordingly, the systems of more than 35 big technology companies like Microsoft, Apple, PayPal, Sophie, Netflix, Tesla, Uber have been breached. Novell Supply Chain Attack exploits public and open-source developer tools. The system, developed by ethical hacker and cybersecurity researcher Alex Birsan, injects malicious code into an open-source developer tool to exploit the dependencies of those organizations' internal applications. It could target developers' projects using public depositories such as GitHub. According to Birsan, the success rate of such attacks is high after the companies have been targeted. The vulnerabilities he has exploited so far, which he calls 'Dependency Confusion', have been found in more than 35 organizations. These were in Python, Ruby, and Java programming languages.

90 companies including Huawei and Xiaomi are building their own semiconductor in China

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90 companies including Huawei and Xiaomi are building their own semiconductor in China Ninety companies including Chinese companies Huawei, High Silicon, and Xiaomi are planning to build their own semiconductor in China. According to China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, 90 companies have applied for the National Integrated Circuit Standardization Technology Committee. The semiconductor industry is the most backward industry in China. Where small and technology lagging companies are now investing. Therefore, 90 companies including Huawei, Xiaomi, High Silicon, Datang Semiconductor, Unichip Micro Electronics, ZTE, China Unicom, China Mobile, and Tencent are ready to work together. The purpose of forming this committee is to uplift the backward semiconductor industry and promote the integrated recognition of circuits. It is said that the plan has been put forward with the plan to reduce the dilemma of the American company in the same conductor. The United States ha

Facebook has launched a dating app in 50 countries

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Facebook has launched a dating app in 50 countries  Facebook has brought its own dating app. The company has unveiled its new dating app in Europe. Facebook's new app will compete with apps like Tinder, OkCupid, and Happen. According to The Verge, the Facebook dating app has been made public in about 50 countries in Europe. The company wanted to make the dating app public on February 14 this year, Valentine's Day. But the launch of the app has been delayed due to the Coronavirus epidemic. The Facebook dating app had already been made public in the US. What's in it According to the information received, matching is done according to the user's interest in the Facebook dating app. Facebook's Active and Interests and Dislikes will be used to suggest appropriate matches to users. Facebook's dating app will only be available in the mobile version. Users will also be able to use their Instagram and Facebook photos on their profile or timeline. Users will also be able

The anti-trust lawsuit against Google alleging conspiracy to monopolize search engines

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The anti-trust lawsuit against Google alleging conspiracy to monopolize search engines The U.S. Department of Justice and 11 states have filed antitrust lawsuits against Google. Google, the world's most used search engine, has been accused of deliberately ending competition. The company is said to have illegally entered into a special deal with a smartphone maker to create its own monopoly. This is the biggest issue facing a technology company in two decades. Earlier, in 1998, a similar case was filed by Microsoft. However, this allegation against Google is not new. There are reports that the United States, Australia, Japan, and even Europe are preparing to challenge the monopoly of big technology companies. This is the accusation against Google The 54-page lawsuit against Google alleges that Google made a special deal to capture more than 90 percent of the search engine business. The Google search engine is the default search engine on such devices. Google paid billions of dollars

Google will tell you how busy your destination is.

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Google will tell you how busy your destination is.  Users will soon be able to find information about busy places on Google Maps. From this, you can find out how busy a certain place is. According to the company, this feature will soon be available for Android, iOS, and desktop users around the world. Next month, users will be able to use the Live View feature. This is a feature that will help you find your way around the city using augmented reality (AR). From this, information on restaurants, stores, businesses, etc. can also be obtained. Google will bring new changes to the map through the Search of 2020 event. Business features will also be available on the map. Through which users will be able to share information about their engagement. With the help of this feature, users will be able to express how busy they are from anywhere. The company had earlier made it public in 2016. Google said it was working to expand live engagement information around the world. Its expansion will inc

Microsoft brings family safety app

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Microsoft brings family safety app Microsoft, a leading company in the field of technology, has brought a family protection app. The new app will help provide family members with electrical and physical security, officials said. The app is said to help electronic content users control the screen of electronic content, as well as protect children's health from the screen. The app can be used on iOS and Android, company officials said via the social network Twitter. Arrangements have also been made in this app to control what kind of websites children are allowed to view and what kind of websites they are not allowed to view. Users of the new app will benefit from making electronic content child-friendly, minimizing harm, benefiting health, and improving habits, the company said.

Jack Ma turned China's Money Supermarket into a 200 billion company

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Jack Ma turned China's Money Supermarket into a  200 billion company Sixteen years ago, Jack Mae introduced a small payment service to strengthen his online shopping empire. Only a few expected it to succeed. Now this service has become the backbone of Ant Group. The payment system is now the 200 billion property of Ant Group. Jack Ma, the founder, believes that small things are beautiful and powerful, so the group is named Ant. Ant Group is a small business entity in China. Ant Group is currently preparing to issue its public shares in Hong Kong and Shanghai. With this IPO issuance, Jack Ma will issue the second-largest IPO ever. "Ant Group is a goldmine for Jack Ma and for China's Internet industry," said Edith Young, general partner at Race Capital. Ant Group is one of the world's largest technology companies and China's largest online payment platform. The app is present in all aspects of China's financial life. It has a presence in everything from inv

Easy to bring money for software export to Nepal

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Easy to bring money for software export to Nepal Nepal Rastra Bank has made it easier for companies and institutions in Nepal to bring home foreign currency due to their efficiency and expertise. The central bank has made arrangements for the remittance of foreign currency to Nepal from abroad by making it easy to repatriate online and e-commerce transactions. With this arrangement, it will be easier for those who bring money from abroad to stay in Nepal and make software. Earlier, when there was no such arrangement, companies working on software in Nepal used to bring money by showing various purposes and resources. Since most of the companies in Nepal have foreign partner organizations, they used to bring only the required amount here knowing that the work done here would be paid by the company abroad. Despite the recent increase in activities in the field of information technology in Nepal, businessmen have been saying that they have been hit hard by treating goods like exports to b

Mobile device management system ready, delay in connection due to corona

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Mobile device management system ready, delay in connection due to corona In order to make the import, sale, distribution, and use of mobile sets systematic and effective, the software of the mobile device management system to be brought into operation by the Nepal Telecommunication Authority has been prepared. Although the software was ready for the system, which is being constructed at a cost of Rs. NEA spokesperson Min Prasad Aryal said that technicians had to come from Malaysia for additional equipment and its connection but could not come due to the coronavirus. The contract was awarded to a Malaysian company. After the operation of this system, which is accessible to the Customs Department, Nepal Police, and NEA, those who import mobile sets into Nepal should register at the beginning. After putting the IME number there, it is found out whether it is genuine or not according to the database taken by NEA from GSMA. NEA will allow import only after the genuine is set. The NEA is con

Top 10 Facts About Google

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Top 10 Facts About Google The search engine Google is now your friend. Without it, we have even stopped imagining you. The situation has reached such a point that when Guru is remembered on Guru Purnima, many happy messages can be seen on social media even in the name of Google Guru. Two founders were new friends Google founders Sergei Brin and Larry Page were not old friends. Coincidentally, they had met. Larry Page, 22, came to Stanford University with a degree in computer engineering from the University of Michigan. Segre Brin had already enrolled there for a Ph.D. Segre Brin was given the responsibility of showing the campus. This is a reference to the year 1995. The two became friends and came up with the idea of ​​Google. Google was created after the name change Initially, Google was named Backerb. The two joined hands for the concept of web browser Backerb. They were working on Stanford's servers, which were consuming a lot of bandwidth. Why the name? On September 15, 1997,

Top executives of companies becoming students again to understand new technology

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Top executives of companies becoming students again to understand new technology Tanmay Saxena, chief operating officer of online pharmacy 1mg, became a student again a month ago. He signed up for the education course platform Coursera for the 'An I for Everyone' course. Due to the presence of a lot of information related to Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the increasing importance of this technology in business, Saxena decided to learn it. In addition to AI, there is a growing need for emerging technologies like machine learning, blockchain, and data analytics to drive new business models and change the workplace. Due to this, now senior executives with 12-15 years of experience are feeling the need to learn new skills. Experts say that the most important question facing companies' CXO is how to integrate their long-term business strategy with the existing AI capability. A survey conducted by Great Learning among senior professionals with more than 12 years of experience,