Saturday, 11 March 2017

Explanation of TECH Words

Let We See, What are the Explanation of Technical Words Using in our Life time......

TECH Words Expanstion :-

1.) GOOGLE : Global Organization Of Oriented Group Language Of Earth .
2.) YAHOO : Yet Another Hierarchical Officious Oracle .
3.) WINDOW : Wide Interactive Network Development for Office work Solution
4.) COMPUTER : Common Oriented Machine Particularly United and used under Technical and Educational Research.
5.) VIRUS : Vital Information Resources Under Siege .
6.) UMTS : Universal Mobile Telecommunications System .
7.) AMOLED : Active-matrix organic light-
emitting diode
8.) OLED : Organic light-emitting diode
9.) IMEI: International Mobile Equipment
Identity .
10.) ESN: Electronic Serial Number .
11.) UPS: uninterruptiblepower supply .
12. HDMI: High-DefinitionMultimedia Interface
13.) VPN: virtual private network
14.)APN: Access Point Name
15.) SIM: Subscriber Identity Module
16.) LED: Light emitting diode.
17.) DLNA: Digital Living Network Alliance
18.) RAM: Random access memory.
19.) ROM: Read only memory.
20.) VGA: Video Graphics Array
21.) QVGA: Quarter Video Graphics Array
22.) WVGA: Wide video graphics array.
23.) WXGA: Widescreen Extended Graphics
24.)USB: Universal serial Bus
25.) WLAN: Wireless Local Area Network
26.) PPI: Pixels Per Inch
27.) LCD: Liquid Crystal Display.
28.) HSDPA: High speed down-link packet
29.) HSUPA: High-Speed Uplink Packet Access
30.) HSPA: High Speed Packet Access
31.) GPRS: General Packet Radio Service
32.) EDGE: Enhanced Data Rates for Global
33.)NFC: Near field communication
34.) OTG: on-the-go
35.) S-LCD: Super Liquid Crystal Display
36.) O.S: Operating system.
37.) SNS: Social network service
39.) P.O.I: point of interest
40.) GPS: Global Positioning System
41.) DVD: Digital Video Disk
42.) DTP: Desk top publishing.
43.) DNSE: Digital natural sound engine .
44.) OVI: Ohio Video Intranet
45.) CDMA: Code Division Multiple Access
46.) WCDMA: Wide-band Code Division Multiple
47.) GSM: Global System for Mobile
48.) WI-FI: Wireless Fidelity
49.) DIVX: Digital internet video access.
50.) .APK: authenticated public key.
51.)  J2ME: java 2 micro edition
52.)  SIS: installation source.
53.)  DELL: Digital electronic link library.
54.) ACER: Acquisition Collaboration
55.) RSS: Really simple syndication
56.) TFT: thin film transistor
57.) AMR: Adaptive Multi-Rate
58.) MPEG: moving pictures experts group 
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Sunday, 5 March 2017

Hackers could easily bypass SBI's OTP security

One Time Password (OTP) has become the new security feature on most of the websites, including the banks. This feature allows a user to make online transactions after the identity of the customer is verified by putting the OTP password sent to the registered mobile number from the bank. But who knew this security feature could be easily bypassed and lead to huge loss of money.

A white-hat hacker, bug bounty hunter and web application security researcher, Neeraj Edwards shared his research on how he could easily bypass the OTP of one of the most popular bank, State Bank of India (SBI) and could make the transaction with any amount.

While making a transaction, the last page of SBI’s website shows a One Time Password screen where there is a parameter called ‘smartotpflag is set to Y i.e. smartotpflag=Y’.

Smartotpflag parameter is used to generate OTP, and Y represents ‘yes’ to send the code to the registered mobile. However, the risk factor arises if someone changes ‘Y’ to ‘N’ which means ‘No’. The transaction then will be completed without entering the OTP.

Though after Edwards discovery, the vulnerability was patched but it was highly disappointing that the person who could have easily benefited from this vulnerability, but choose not to, was neither rewarded nor acknowledged for his work.

The press too could not make this important news to the papers, thus keeping the public in dark and keeping the discoverer from any achievement.

The POC Video:

Saturday, 4 March 2017

ZTE Gigabit Phone Launched at MWC 2017, World's First 5G-Ready Smartphone

ZTE World's First 5G-Ready Smartphone

1 . Chinese telecoms giant ZTE unveiled Sunday what it said is the world's first 
smartphone compatible with the lightening-fast 5G mobile Internet service that networks
expect to have up and running by 2020.
2. The company said the Gigabit Phone is the first smartphone capable of download speeds 
reaching up to 1 gigabit per second (Gbps) - up to 10 times faster than the first 
generation of 4G services widely in use today.
3 . The device, unveiled in Barcelona in northeastern Spain on the eve of the start on 
Monday of the Mobile World Congress, the world's biggest mobile fair, will allow for 
360-degree  panoramic Virtual Reality video and fast downloads of ultra Hi-Fi music and 
4 . "With the new device, the way people stay connected will be changed 
forever. Focusing on 5G technologies will be one of the key priorities of ZTE's global
development," a ZTE spokesman said.
5 . South Korean carrier KT Corp aims to offer trial 5G services during 
the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.

6 . The first large-scale commercial deployment of the technology is expected in 2020.
Forrester analyst Thomas Husson said ZTE was using the phone to "showcase innovation"
and "offer a glimpse into the future when people will be able to download full movies
in seconds" but it was not likely to be a big seller.
7 . "The sad reality is that this smartphone will not end up in consumers' pockets because
both 5G and Virtual Reality are still years away to be a mass-market consumer reality,"
he added.
8 . Founded in 1985, ZTE offers telecom equipment and services and has customers 
in more than 160 countries, according to the company.
9 . It is the only Chinese smartphone vendor with a meaningful presence in the United 
States, where its 10 percent market share makes it the fourth-largest vendor.

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