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  1. Pakistan's Ambassador to the United Nations, Maleeha Lodhi/File photo NEW YORK: Pakistan's Ambassador to the United Nations, Maleeha Lodhi has been named as one of the world's "five successful women diplomats" by a popular Russian news website, according to a report by Russia's official news agency. The report, citing the website -- Gazeta.ru -- was carried by RIA Novosti, a state-owned domestic Russian-language news agency. "Gazeta.ru", which has a million visitors on a daily basis, honours women who have followed in the footsteps of the defunct Soviet Union's "highly acclaimed" diplomat, Alexandra Kollontai, and succeeded in the profession. Kollontai, a Russian Communist Revolutionary, served as ambassador to Norway, one of the first women from that country to hold such a post. Describing Ambassador Lodhi as "one of the most famous female figures in the Muslim world," Gazeta.ru noted that she twice served as Pakistan's Ambassador to the United States. Another important diplomatic assignment she held was as the High Commissioner to Britain, after an illustrious career in journalism, especially as editor of The News International, one of the largest Pakistani English-language newspapers. Gazeta.ru also noted that Dr. Lodhi was the first Pakistani woman to serve as Permanent Representative and chief delegate to the United Nations. In 1994, she was selected by Time magazine as one of a hundred people in the world ? the only one from Pakistan ? who would help to shape the 21st century. Ambassador Lodhi served on UN Secretary General?s Advisory Board on Disarmament Affairs (2001-2005), and is a member of the Advisory Council of the London-based Institute of Strategic Studies. Other distinguished women on the list are: Eleonora Mitrofanova, a Russian diplomat who also served as Deputy Director General of Paris-based UNESCO; Roza Otunbayeva, a Kyrgyz diplomat who twice served as foreign minister of the former Soviet Kirghizia; Rene Jones-Bos, a Dutch diplomat who served as Netherlands ambassador to Russia, and Alva Myrdal, a Swedish diplomat who also served in the UNESCO system, where she studied the problems of disarmament. In 1967, she joined the Social Democratic Cabinet of Ministers Tage Erlander as special commissioner for disarmament issues, eventually winning the Nobel Peace Prize. Detailing her career, the Russian website noted that Ambassador Lodhi's success in journalism set the stage for her diplomatic career. She was first selected by the late Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto to serve as Pakistan's Ambasador to the United States. She served in that capacity for three years and was to later return to hold this post for another term.
  2. The Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympics' website went down just before the event's Friday opening ceremony, thanks to a cyber-attack, and stayed down for about 12 hours. The outage left users unable to print tickets or view information about the games. Some networks around the games venues also went down. Pyeongchang organizers have revealed that someone compromised services including TV and Internet while athletes were on parade. Everything had been "resolved and recovered" by the 9th, spokesman Sung Baik-you said. © Associate Press "We know the cause of that problem, but that kind of issues occurs very frequently during the Olympic Games," he said. "We have decided with the IOC that we are not going to reveal the source." South Korea's defence ministry and cybersecurity experts are included in the task force investigating Friday's attack. International Olympics Committee (IOC) head of communications Mark Adams suggested the problem could be ongoing. He also added "We wouldn't start giving you the details of an investigation before it has come to an end, particularly because it involves security which at these games is incredibly important. I am sure you appreciate we need to maintain the security of our systems." © PyeongChang Winter Olympics Cybersecurity experts had warned of potential attacks on the Winter Olympics, with both North Korea and Russia touted as possible sources. In January, a malware attack targeted organisations involved with the Olympics. The Winter Games are being staged only 80kms from the border with North Korea, which is technically still at war with the South since their 1950-1953 war ended. The two countries have only signed a peace truce and haven't officially ended the war. As The Week noted, the International Olympics Committee has formally banned Russia from participation in the games but allowed 169 athletes to compete under a neutral flag. Last month, McAfee said that it detected attacks in the months leading up to the games, in the form of malicious e-mails sent to Olympic officials. The company warned that further attacks were likely.
  3. Hacked website of PTI. Photo: Website screen grab The website of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf was hacked Tuesday. The text on the hacked page states that whether or not change comes in PTI, change has come on the party?s website. Earlier, the official website of the party was hacked by a hacker group claiming to be ?Voice of Pakistan; Death Adders Crew?. The website was hacked in August, hours after Aisha Gulalai held a news conference where she levelled serious allegations against PTI Chairperson Imran Khan after announcing to quit the party. The hackers posted messages on PTI's website criticising the party for disrespecting women. PTI website hacked following Gulalai's press conference PTI website hacked by a group self-proclaimed as 'Voice of Pakistan; Death Adders Crew' ?We don?t need new Pakistan, we need our old Pakistan, Pakistan Zindabad,? the text stated. The hackers also posted that they are not supporters of any political party but "will never vote for Imran Khan".
  4. If you purchased a OnePlus phone and paid for it with a credit card, you should check your account for fraudulent charges immediately. A thread has been started on OnePlus' online community regarding concerns over fraudulent transactions made via credit card which were used to make purchases on the site. Reports of unusual card activity post-purchase from OnePlus have come from those that added their credit/debit card directly to OnePlus's site rather than making a payment through PayPal. According to a poll on the company's own forum, 69 people so far have noticed fraudulent charges after a OnePlus transaction. © OnePlus Forums Here's the post that started the discussion "I purchased two phones with two different credit cards, first on 11-26-17 and second on 11-28-17. Yesterday I was notified on one of the credit cards of suspected fraudulent activity, I logged onto credit card site and verified that there were several transactions that I did not make. I went through the process and switched accounts… no big deal. Today same thing with the other credit card. I do not use either of those credit cards frequently. The only place that both of those credit cards had been used in the last 6 months was on the Oneplus website. I am not too worried about it, I have fraud protection on all of my cards. I am not accusing OnePlus, and I do love my phone… just the only similarity I could find between the two cards. I just want to make everyone aware so that they can check their statements for any unauthorized transactions, in case OnePlus was breached. Has anyone else experienced fraudulent charges after a recent purchase?" In a holding statement, OnePlus said it was investigating the situation, but didn't confirm or deny that a breach had taken place. The firm's webstore was initially built using Magento's e-commerce software, old versions of which were vulnerable to cross-site scripting and remote code execution attacks, but OnePlus said that since 2014, the site has been rebuilt with custom code. The company denied that it "stored" user credit card details. Though OnePlus also assures customers that the current fraud issues have nothing to do with the hacking of the Magento eCommerce platform. © MensXP A OnePlus staff member said, “This is an ongoing investigation. We are working with our third-party providers and will update you on our findings as they surface. Information security is a very serious topic, and it has always been one of our top priorities. If you have any suggestions or comments, please send them to security@oneplus.net.” According to infosec firm Fidus, there is actually a brief window in which data could be intercepted. Between entering your card details into the form and hitting 'submit,' the details are apparently hosted on-site, which could give attackers all the time they need to steal those precious digits and head off on a spending spree. Fidus also notes that the company doesn't appear to be PCI-compliant, but that directly contradicts OnePlus' own statement. We'll have to wait until more details emerge before we pass judgment on the matter. Via EOTO Tech
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  6. It was found after the exams that more than half the questions were copied from www.cssforum.com.pk. Photo: Times of India Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission (APPSC) in its competitive preliminary exams copied questions from a Pakistani website, reported Hindustan Times. It was found after the exams that more than half the questions were copied from www.cssforum.com.pk, which is a resource website for civil services examinations in Pakistan. The APPSC examinations also lifted questions from the 2008 Union Public Service Commission exams but without proper options to choose from. About 90% of questions in sociology were allegedly taken from an online discussion forum. The veterinary paper too had 60 questions taken from an online question bank Vetscan. ?Some of the questions in general studies, sociology and political science were in the context of a foreign country. We cross-checked and found they were straight out of the Pakistani resource site,? said a candidate Tapi Omo. ?As most of the question papers of the examination were photocopied and some were also tampered with, we cannot deny the possibility of a leak. Moreover, too much copy-pasting has been done while setting up the papers, which is illegal,? Nani Bath, member of a steering committee formed to demand a re-examination of the prelims, said. Bath said the committee set a deadline for APPSC to re-conduct the preliminary exams within three months. Speaking on the issue, social activist Patey Tayum remarked that making errors has become a habit for APPSC, and the state government needs to take a firm stand on the fiasco that could destroy the career of many young people. This is not the first time that APPSC has been embroiled in a controversy of this nature. In 2015, it dismissed four officials after a paper was leaked before the exams.
  7. Chinese military personnel at a parade. Photo: File BEIJING: China?s military on Sunday launched a website inviting the public to report leaks and fake news, as well as illegal online activities by military personnel, the latest step in a push to ensure Communist Party control over the internet. Beijing has been ramping up measures to secure the internet and maintain strict censorship, a process that accelerated ahead of the party?s five-yearly National Congress that took place in October. The new website is an effort to implement the guiding spirit of the Congress and will help maintain a ?clear internet space? surrounding the military, according to 81.cn, the military?s official news portal. Citizens are encouraged to use the platform to report online content that attacks the military?s absolute leadership and distorts the history of the military and the Communist Party, the website said. Cases of military personnel illegally opening online social accounts and publishing unauthorised information should also be reported, it said. President Xi Jinping has made China?s ?cyber sovereignty? a top priority in his sweeping campaign to bolster security. He has also reasserted the ruling Communist Party?s role in limiting and guiding online discussion.
  8. Amazon.com said it was reviewing its website after an investigation found that it could help users buy the ingredients to make a bomb. Photo: File LONDON: Amazon.com said on Wednesday it was reviewing its website after an investigation found that it could help users buy the ingredients to make a bomb using its ?Frequently bought together? and ?Customers who bought this also bought? features. Britain?s Channel 4 News found the online retailer?s algorithm was suggesting items that could be bought together to produce explosives on Monday, days after an apparently home-made bomb was detonated on the London Underground network. The ingredients, which are legal to purchase, were included in a ?Frequently bought together? section in the listings for chemicals, the broadcaster said. Other materials that could be used in bomb-making were available on the site, and some of them were suggested on the same page as the chemicals in the ?Customers who bought this item also bought? section, Channel 4 said. ?All products sold on Amazon must adhere to our selling guidelines and we only sell products that comply with UK laws,? the company said in a statement. ?In light of recent events, we are reviewing our website to ensure that all these products are presented in an appropriate manner.? The company said it would also continue to work closely with police and law enforcement agencies when circumstances arise where we can assist their investigations. The explosion of what appeared to be a home-made bomb on a London Underground train on Friday injured 30 people. Pictures on social media after the attack showed what appeared to be a device contained in a white plastic bucket. It engulfed the railway carriage in flames, although it appeared that it did not fully explode.
  9. The Google logo is pictured atop an office building in Irvine, California, US, August 7, 2017. REUTERS/Mike Blake/Files TORONTO: Neo-Nazi website the Daily Stormer, which helped organize a gathering in Virginia on Saturday that turned violent, moved to the so-called Dark Web on Tuesday because its registration to use the open internet was revoked. GoDaddy Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google cancelled Daily Stormer's Internet registration on Monday, saying the group had violated terms of service, which prohibit clients from using their sites to incite violence. Andrew Anglin, the founder of Daily Stormer, did not respond to requests for comment. Supporters of Daily Stormer took to Twitter on Tuesday to tell people they could gain access to the website on the Dark Web, a portion of the Internet that is not indexed by popular search engines. It can only be seen with a special browser, which hides the identity and location of the users. A 32-year-old woman was killed and 19 other people injured when a man rammed his car into a group of people objecting to a "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. The man has been charged with murder. The violence presented President Donald Trump with one of his biggest domestic political challenges so far in how he has responded to right-wing groups that are a segment of his political base.
  10. NEW YORK: Fidelity Investments Inc has started allowing clients to use its website to view their holdings of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies held through digital wallet provider Coinbase, the company said on Wednesday. The initiative, previously tested with the Boston-based money manager's employees, is a rare example of an established financial services company warming up to cryptocurrencies. Starting Wednesday, most Fidelity clients will be able to authorize Coinbase, one of the largest crypto-currency exchanges in the United States, to provide the fund manager with data on their holdings. Through the experiment, the company said it aims to learn more about digital currencies, which have been proliferating since the creation of Bitcoin, the oldest and most valuable of these assets. Coinbase enables users to buy and trade Bitcoin as well as competitor virtual currencies Ethereum and Litecoin. "This is an experiment in the spirit of learning what these crypto assets are like and how our customers may want to interact with them," Hadley Stern, senior vice president and managing director at Fidelity Labs, the company's innovation unit, said in an interview. Bitcoin hit a record high on Tuesday, with one unit of Bitcoin trading at above $3,400 on Coinbase. The currency's rise in value is not a driving force behind the initiative, Stern said, noting that the integration is part of Fidelity's wider efforts around cryptocurrencies and their underlying technology blockchain. Many large financial institutions around the world have been investing in blockchain over the past two years, in the hopes that it can help them slash costs and simplify some processes. Blockchain is a shared ledger of transactions maintained by a network of computers on the internet rather than a central authority. However, most established financial firms have shied away from associating themselves with Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies, because the sector remains largely unregulated. Fidelity's Chief Executive Officer Abigail Johnson announced the company's intention to launch the Coinbase integration at an industry conference in May. At the time Johnson also revealed that Fidelity had been accepting bitcoin payments in its cafeteria, but said the experiment had highlighted the technology's flaws as a means of payments. "But I am still a believer ? and it's no accident that I'm one of the few standing before you today from a large financial services firm that hasn't given up on digital currencies," Johnson said at the time.
  11. A picture illustration shows Twitter's logo reflected in a person's eye, in central Bosnian town of Zenica, March 13, 2015. Picture taken March 13, 2015. PHOTO: Reuters SAN FRANCISCO: A website launched on Wednesday seeks to track Russian-supported propaganda and disinformation on Twitter, part of a growing nongovernmental effort to diminish Moscow's ability to meddle in future elections in the United States and Europe. The "Hamilton 68" dashboard was built by researchers working with the Alliance for Securing Democracy, a bipartisan, transatlantic project set up last month to counter Russian disinformation campaigns. The website, supported by the German Marshall Fund, displays a "near real-time" analysis of English-language tweets from a pool of 600 Twitter accounts that analysts identified as users that spread Russian propaganda. The site was launched at a time when the Trump administration has shown reluctance to address Russian cyber attacks during ongoing investigations into whether his campaign colluded with Moscow during the 2016 election. US intelligence officials and lawmakers have warned that Russia will attempt to interfere in the 2018 congressional elections and the next presidential election in 2020. Twitter accounts selected by the new website include those overtly involved in disinformation campaigns pushed by Russian propaganda outlets, such as RT and Sputnik, and users that share information promoting the Russian government. It also includes automated bots and "cyborgs," or users identified as partially automated and partially human-controlled, that helped amplify Russian propaganda. "We're not necessarily saying everyone in this list is getting a paycheck from the Kremlin," said J.M. Berger, a fellow at the German Marshall Fund, adding that the group had "very high confidence" accounts selected were spreading Russian disinformation. US intelligence agencies said Russia conducted a wide-ranging influence operation to discredit Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and help Donald Trump, a Republican, win the 2016 election. Russia has denied the allegations, and Trump has inconsistently embraced or challenged the assessment of his own intelligence agencies. The research group is exploring ways to conduct similar analyses for other platforms, including Facebook, Alphabet's YouTube and Reddit, but such projects are more difficult because less data is openly accessible, Berger said. Twitter said it was not involved in the project. It had no other comment. The name for the website is taken from Federalist Paper 68, which was authored by US founding father Alexander Hamilton in 1788 as part of a series of essays anonymously published to defend the US Constitution to the public. Hamilton wrote of "protecting America's electoral process from foreign meddling" in Federalist Paper 68, Alliance for Securing Democracy wrote in a blog post. "Today, we face foreign interference of a type Hamilton could have scarcely imagined."
  12. ISLAMABAD: The official website of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) was shortly hacked on Tuesday night by a hacker group that claimed to operate as ?Death Adders Crew?. The website was hacked hours after Aisha Gulalai's press conference in which she announced to quit party with serious allegations against Imran Khan. The hacker posted messages on PTI official website demanding Imran Khan to pay whole respect to the girls, the hacker further wrote in text,?We want old Pakistan, we need not new Pakistan? PTI?s website remained defaced for several hours showing a message from hackers for Imran Khan ?we will not vote you?. The hackers claimed, ?we are not supporters of any political party." Earlier, addressing a press conference, the PTI MNA from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa announced to quit the party, calling Imran Khan a characterless person, she alleged Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman of sending her ?inappropriate? text messages. Meanwhile, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) women came out in defence of their party chairman Imran Khan, calling former member Ayesha Gulalai an opportunist.
  13. Nawaz Sharif's picture was removed from the airport in Karachi - picture social media Nawaz Sharif?s picture has also been removed from the Jinnah International Airport in Karachi. On Friday, Nawaz Sharif stepped down as the prime minister of Pakistan after being disqualified from holding public office by the Supreme Court in a landmark decision on the Panama Papers case. Announcing its verdict, the five-member bench unanimously disqualified Nawaz Sharif for failing to disclose his un-withdrawn receivables constituting assets from UAE-based Capital FZE in his nominations papers for the 2013 General Election. Following the apex court verdict, the Election Commission of Pakistan issued a notification disqualifying Nawaz Sharif as a member of the National Assembly. NA-120 the constituency from where Nawaz Sharif was elected in 2013 General Election is no longer listed on the National Assembly website The name of Nawaz Sharif has also been removed from the website of the National Assembly of Pakistan. The former prime minister?s name has been removed from the list of members available on the National Assembly?s website. The constituency (NA-120) from where he was elected is also not listed. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/8b28f4db1be413eb9467c5dc78c9aa97.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9Ny8yOS8yMDE3IDc6MzQ6MzAgQU0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1jSUtSUVpqVlVLRmhCMVBNMjJEVXhnPT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center]
  14. First Robin Williams, then Chris Cornell and now Chester Bennington, - we have lost talented people one after the other in a chain of suicides. What caused them to succumb to this decision has never been found, but if support is something they would have reached out for, we'd probably still have them living today. © Reuters Sharing similar thoughts, Linkin Park have shared details of a suicide helpline in a bid to help others who may be suffering from identical issues following Chester Bennington's tragic death. The band set up the tribute site on Saturday, reports It features a photo of Bennington on stage, surrounded by light from hundreds of fans' phones, with the hashtag #RIPCHESTER and the following message: © chester linkin park site The website at chester.linkinpark.com features thousands of emotional messages from fans who are paying their respects to the late singer, who died last week in Los Angeles at the age of 41. Links to suicide prevention charities were then listed below, and also charities working outside of the US. https://t.co/HEEHjTKUHW — LINKIN PARK (@linkinpark) 22 July 2017 Bennington had struggled with depression and substance abuse throughout his life, and he has often spoken about suffering from sexual abuse as a child. On Friday, the band's tour promoter, Live Nation announced that all dates on the band's North American tour, which was scheduled to begin on Thursday, have been cancelled.
  15. A few days ago, Elon Musk caused a lot of speculation when the news of him buying his old ‘x.com' web domain back from PayPal broke. Everybody was confused as to what exactly he was going to do with the domain. Excited to announce the launch of https://t.co/J6TuRWIQAA! It's a little verbose right now, but that will be fixed tomorrow. — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 14, 2017 And, now that the site x.com is live, we're even more confused. The whole freaking site consists of just only one tiny letter on the top left corner. Any guesses on what that letter is? Congrats, you got it! You win nothing. Yes, it's pretty much this. Are you as confused as I am? If you don't know, Musk was the original owner of the domain back in 1999, and back then it was an online financial services company, which later merged with Confinity. The company later rebranded itself as PayPal. Apparently, in 2001, the website‘x.com' was redirecting to PayPal only. Well, according to his tweet, the buy was mainly sentimental, but who knows what it will turn into. Come on, its Elon Musk, he's always cooking up something new. Thanks PayPal for allowing me to buy back https://t.co/bOUOejO16Y! No plans right now, but it has great sentimental value to me. — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 11, 2017 In his latest tweet, Musk calls the website a ‘little verbose' right now, and it will be fixed by tomorrow. So, let's wait till tomorrow to see if it's a proper website, or it's just Musk changing the lowercase ‘x' to an uppercase one. There's a big possibility that this new site might be related to his company ‘Space X' or maybe it is there to showcase Tesla's Model X. No one knows as of now, only time will tell.
  16. Twitter Inc said it would roll out a series of tweaks to its website and mobile applications from Thursday to further simplify the microblogging service's interface for its users. The changes include a new circular profile picture, a speech bubble instead of an arrow to reply to tweets and refinements to the fonts. Tweets on the company's mobile applications would now update instantly along with counts on "retweets", "likes" and "replies", the company said. Twitter, which has faced criticism over the complex interface of its service in the past, has been constantly adjusting its platform based on user feedback. The changes also include a consolidated profile and privacy settings and a new navigation menu for users of Apple devices.
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