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  • jkabtech 8:17 pm on March 16, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Mi Max 2 Launched, Xiaomi Sale, Jio’s Data Claim, Nokia 8 Leaks, and More: Your 360 Daily 

    Highlights Xiaomi Mi Max 2 costs Rs. 16,999 in India Nokia 8, leaked via images, expected to launch July 31 Reliance Jio claims to be biggest mobile data network in the world

    Xiaomi launched its 6.44-inch Mi Max 2 in India on Tuesday carrying a price tag of Rs. 16,999. The highlights of the smartphone include a 5,300mAh battery, 12-megapixel f/2.2 rear camera with Sony’s IMX386 sensor, and 4GB of RAM. The Xiaomi Mi Max 2 runs MIUI 8 based on Android 7.1.1 Nougat, accompanied by a full-HD 2.5D curved glass screen that’s powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 625 SoC, and Adreno 506 GPU. In addition to the 12-megapixel sensor on the back, there’s a 5-megapixel f/2.0 front camera. Internal storage on the Mi Max 2 is 64GB, which is expandable via microSD card.

    Xiaomi’s newest smartphone will be available first on July 20 at 12pm via Mi.com and Mi Home stores. Check out details of further sale dates of Xiaomi Mi Max 2. Reliance Jio has launch offers for the phone, which provides 10GB additional data on every recharge of Rs. 309 for a total of 10 recharges.

    July 20 will also mark Xiaomi’s three-year anniversary in India, and it announced a two-day sale during the Mi Max 2 launch. The hard to buy Redmi 4 and Redmi Note 4 will be in stock during the anniversary sale, alongside new power banks and discounts on accessories. Xiaomi is also bringing back the Re. 1 flash sale, which will be offered on Redmi 4A, Wi-Fi Repeater 2, and the 10000mAh Mi Power Bank 2.

    At the Mi Max 2 launch event, Xiaomi also talked about expanding the number of Mi Home stores across India, with two new outlets opening in Bengaluru later this month. First on Saturday, July 22, one will open in LIDO Mall, and the second in Orion Mall on the following Saturday, July 29.

    Meanwhile in China, Xiaomi will launch the Mi 5X

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  • jkabtech 4:17 am on September 16, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Hackers claim to have infiltrated Mandiant 

    Leak analyst’s creds.

    Cybersecurity company Mandiant appears to have had its IT systems compromised by hackers, with sensitive information belonging to one of its security analysts posted on the internet.

    Anonymous hackers claimed they have had access to Mandiant’s internal networks since 2016, publishing 32 megabytes of data belonging to one of the company’s analysts, Adi Peretz, as proof.

    The hack has been dubbed Operation LeakTheAnalyst.

    Peretz’s Microsoft account login details are in the data archive sighted by iTnews, along with his contacts, screenshots of the Windows Find My Device geolocator, client correspondence and presentations. 

    Among the clients in the data archive is the Israeli Defence Force (IDF).

    The hackers also defaced Peretz’s LinkedIn page, and claim to have remotely wiped his mobile devices.

    At this stage, it is not known who conducted the attack, which appears to be motivated by a desire to get even with security analysts who investigate cyber crime.

    Further leaks from Mandiant might appear, the hackers threatened.

    “This leak was just a glimpse of how deep we breached into Mandiant, we might publish more critical data in the future,” they wrote.

    Mandiant owner FireEye said the hack appeared limited to one individual.

    “We are aware of reports that a Mandiant employee’s social media accounts were compromised. We immediately began investigating this situation, and took steps to limit further exposure,” a spokesperson said.

    “Our investigation continues, but thus far it, we have found no evidence FireEye or Mandiant systems were compromised.”

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  • jkabtech 5:21 am on April 29, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    Can Apple still claim its iPhones are secure? 

    Getty ImagesApple CEO Tim Cook (left) and FBI Director James Comey.

    Has Tim Cook’s biggest fear been realized?

    For weeks, Apple’s CEO said the company wouldn’t comply with a court order to help the FBI crack an iPhone tied to the San Bernardino terror attack in December. Creating a backdoor, Cook argued, would open the way for any bad guys who wished to enter.

    “In the wrong hands, this software

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