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More than 2 million Pakistanis' data hacked from restaurant database, now up for sale

In a shocking revelation, data of over 2 million Pakistani citizens has been compromised and put up for sale online after some hackers gained access to a private company-made database used by hundreds of restaurants, media reports said.

US Justice Department disables Russia's 20-year-old 'Snake' malware network

Washington/IBNS: The US Justice Department announced that it had successfully taken down a complex malware network that had been utilized by Russia's FSB intelligence agency for the past 20 years to conduct espionage in 50 countries, including a member of NATO, on Tuesday.

Biman Bangladesh employees facing 'salary delays' due to cyber attack: Reports

Dhaka: Biman Bangladesh Airlines, which is the national carrier of the country, is currently facing delays in the disbursement of salaries to its employees due to an alleged cyber attack on the national carrier's email servers in March this year, media reports said.

Canada orders probe into foreign affairs department's cyber security threat

Ottawa/IBNS: A cyber security incident experienced by Canada’s foreign affairs department last week that has disrupted some internet-based services, and is still under investigation, the federal government has confirmed.

Japan suspects Chinese military behind cyber attacks on JAXA, research agencies: Reports

Tokyo/Sputnik: Japan's police suspect the Chinese armed forces of commissioning large-scale cyber attacks against 200 defense-related companies and research institutions, including Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), in 2016, the NHK broadcaster reporter on Tuesday, citing investigative sources.

Japanese Cybersecurity firm finds stolen data of over 7,600 Facebook accounts

Tokyo/Sputnik:  A Japanese cybersecurity firm said it found stolen login details for over 7,600 Facebook accounts stored on a server based in Russia, media reported Tuesday.