अमेरिका के सिनसिनाटी में एक भारतीय नागरिक और भारतीय मूल के 3 अन्य लोगों की हत्या का मामला सामने आया है। विदेश मंत्री सुषमा स्वराज ने मंगलवार की देर रात ट्वीट कर इसकी जानकारी दी है।

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अमेरिका के सिनसिनाटी में एक भारतीय नागरिक और भारतीय मूल के 3 अन्य लोगों की हत्या का मामला सामने आया है। विदेश मंत्री सुषमा स्वराज ने मंगलवार की देर रात ट्वीट कर इसकी जानकारी दी है।

from India News: इंडिया न्यूज़, India News in Hindi, भारत समाचार, Bharat Samachar, Bharat News in Hindi http://bit.ly/2V2SPfM

iPhone sales might be leveling off, but Apple is doing just fine. Apple on Tuesday announced its second quarter results for 2019, and it’s clear that the shift is in full swing. While Apple still posted revenue of $58 billion, iPhone sales were relatively flat, posting just $31 billion compared to $37.5 billion in the same 2018 quarter. Apple stopped breaking out unit sales last quarter, but it sold 52 million units in the year-ago quarter.

Elsewhere, Apple is looking stronger than ever, particularly when it comes to Services. Apple reported a record $11.5 billion tally for the category (which includes Apple Music, digital sales, and Apple Pay) versus $9.2 billion last year. It was the first time Services broke the $11 billion mark. Subscriptions were a major part of that, posting an increase of 30 million over last quarter.

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दक्षिण-पश्चिम लंदन के वैंड्सवर्थ जेल में बंद 48 साल के नीरव की 19 मार्च को गिरफ्तारी के बाद उसकी दो जमानत याचिकाएं खारिज हो चुकी हैं.

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Attackers have been actively exploiting a critical zero-day vulnerability in the widely used Oracle WebLogic server to install ransomware, with no clicking or other interaction necessary on the part of end users, researchers from Cisco Talos said on Tuesday.

The vulnerability and working exploit code first became public two weeks ago on the Chinese National Vulnerability Database, according to researchers from the security educational group SANS ISC, who warned that the vulnerability was under active attack. The vulnerability is easy to exploit and gives attackers the ability to execute code of their choice on cloud servers. Because of their power, bandwidth, and use in high-security cloud environments, these servers are considered high-value targets. The disclosure prompted Oracle to release an emergency patch on Friday.

On Tuesday, researchers with Cisco Talos said CVE-2019-2725, as the vulnerability has been indexed, has been under active exploit since at least April 21. Starting last Thursday—a day before Oracle patched the zero-day vulnerability, attackers started using the exploits in a campaign to install “Sodinokibi,” a new piece of ransomware. In addition to encrypting valuable data on infected computers, the malicious program attempts to destroy shadow copy backups to prevent targets from simply restoring the lost data. Oddly enough, about eight hours after infection, the attackers exploited the same vulnerability to install a different piece of ransomware known as GandCrab.

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Vodafone, the largest mobile network operator in Europe, found backdoors in Huawei equipment between 2009 and 2011, reports Bloomberg. With these backdoors, Huawei could have gained unauthorized access to Vodafone’s “fixed-line network in Italy.” But Vodafone disagrees, saying that—while it did discover some security vulnerabilities in Huawei equipment—these were fixed by Huawei and in any case were not remotely accessible, and hence they could not be used by Huawei.

Bloomberg’s claims are based on Vodafone’s internal security documentation and “people involved in the situation.” Several different “backdoors” are described: unsecured telnet access to home routers, along with “backdoors” in optical service nodes (which connect last-mile distribution networks to optical backbone networks) and “broadband network gateways” (BNG) (which sit between broadband users and the backbone network, providing access control, authentication, and similar services).

In response to Bloomberg, Vodafone said that the router vulnerabilities were found and fixed in 2011 and the BNG flaws were found and fixed in 2012. While it had documentation about some optical service node vulnerabilities, Vodafone continued, it had no information about when they were fixed. Further, the network operator said that it had no evidence of issues outside Italy.

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गौरतलब है कि विपक्षी नेता जुआन गुएदो लगातार देश का शासन अपने हाथ में लेने की कोशिश कर रहे हैं और सेना विवादों में घिरे राष्ट्रपति निकोलस मादुरो का समर्थन कर रही है. 

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