Security Loopholes in Banking Institutions not Patched, Hackers Still in

10 Mar

An article from Financial Times, a security company named Bronzeye has identified risks in the banking field and has addressed these risks to the FCA (which stands for the Financial Conduct Authority). Although they were properly informed of the severity of such risks, it appears that the FCA did nothing to raise awareness on customers or even find the right cure to the problem.    more

Malicious Emails Can crash some Android version of the Gmail App

20 Feb

“When the victim receives the malicious email, the application crashes while trying to download the email. Any attempt to open again the email application triggers a crash before the user can do anything. The email application can not be used until the offending email is removed,”  More

Makaseh Identity is a recognition based tool that would prevent emails from unauthorized/unrecognized persons to be identified and alerted or removed.

First Preview of Makaseh Identity

28 Jan

Makaseh Identity is now ready for release. A first preview with a short 2 min video on youtube has been released to give an idea of the concept.

The video details the creation of the Makaseh Identity by the user. Being a recognition tool, the user creates and manages the identity. The Makaseh server simply enables the Identity creation and recognition process.

The video shows how simple it is to secure a file within the system, share with other users. It can easily be integrated with web-mail accounts, social media, cloud services such as drop box, banking and financial transactions…all without having to make drastic changes to the existing environment or high capital investments.

More videos and information on Makaseh are already available in youtube.com

A New and Reliable Concept for Cyber Security!

Can we become ‘Retarded’, please!

1 Jan

Can we become ‘Retarded’, please!.

Top Cyber-espionage Campaigns of 2014

1 Jan
Last year surely was action-packed when it came to various forms of hacking, data breaches, new malware, and related matters. Some of the most sophisticated cyber-espionage campaigns have been revealed last year. Many of them so advanced, there is not a bit of doubt that they are state-backed. – more

The Sony hack was small-time; much worse is yet to come

27 Dec

Imagine if a nuclear power grid or national water carriers were hacked. They are all fast becoming part of the Internet of Things and their disruption could have horrifying consequences.  –  more

Time to re-consider an Identity Based recognition system – Makaseh Identity.

Why Sony’s Breach Matters

23 Dec

The bad news continues with the reality of the FBI assertion of the role of a nation state in the attack or at the very least a level of sophistication that exceeded that of a multinational corporation…..  more

Without changing the architecture, an Identity layer based on solid recognition features will help to add to the protection of Users. It will be economical, easier and much more reliable. It would control home automation, Utility controls, files stored and shared, emails, social media… @makaseh.in

Sony hack adds to security pressure on companies

22 Dec

Japan Sony Hack Company Security

Faced with rising cybercrime like the attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment, companies worldwide are under pressure to tighten security but are hampered by cost and, for some, reluctance to believe they are in danger. – more

A recognition based system is the answer to these cntinued attacks.  Flaws are in the current system architecture. Trying to make ‘fix-it’ solution, only complicates it further.  Makaseh Identity is a cost effective, recognition based secure system.

Best wishes for a secure & peaceful year 2015 – Makaseh Identity

20 Dec

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Hackers promise “Christmas present” Sony Pictures won’t like

18 Dec

This weekend, the “Guardians of Peace”—the cyber-attackers who brought Sony Pictures Entertainment’s network down in November and have since shared over a terabyte of the company’s internal data—made two more dumps of SPE data to file sharing sites and torrents. The second of the two, on Sunday, was the e-mail box of Sony Pictures Releasing International President Steven O’Dell. And the hackers promised a “Christmas present” soon of even more data if the company does not relent and meet their unspecified demands. - more

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