The decade that began with baffling scams (2G spectrum, Commonwealth Games) rocking the country, is ending with nationwide protests against the Citizenship Act. We examine the 10 years to see how the decade treated us and how we treated it back.
Most of these were phishing attacks in which users were sent an authentic-looking email from Google, asking them to update their security details through a link.
Manpreet Madan was trying to book a table at Shiv Sagar from the number she found listed online, which turned out to be fake.
This is part of a major overhaul of the country’s penal code, which has also banned child sex dolls and criminalised marital rape.
"The accused stated that he had acted out of annoyance over public statements by the politicians, journalists and public figures."
“We fell short of what our guests deserve."
"To most people $230,000 is a lot of money, but for Amazon it probably doesn’t do anything to hurt its stock price."
A 29-year-old finance graduate founded a 'borderline illegal' venture, got rich overnight, and became a minor celebrity in prison.
He was arrested last week, but not before making money and getting endorsements.
The West should be concerned, security experts said.
This month, a 24-year-old was jailed after setting up a website where hackers could dummy run their software before launching it for attacks.
After a researcher posted a video of an alleged hack of Amazon Key, the company is now trying to push a fix—while also telling journalists there isn’t really an issue.