Archive for February 2017
Cyber Swachhta Kendra, a botnet cleaning and malware analysis centre, is a new project led by the Indian government. The project finds its utility in identifying infected users and helping them with removal tools. It includes the development of various security tools for mobile and desktop machines.
The government of India has sketched out a 90 crore (INR) project for the establishment of a Botnet Cleaning and Malware Analysis Centre, dubbed as Cyber Swachhta Kendra. The government will facilitate free antivirus software to mobile and computers users in the country.
The announcement was made by the IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad. The Botnet Cleaning and Malware Analysis Centre will collect details about the systems infected with botnets. It will work with the ISPs, who will have to identify the infected users, inform them, and help them with a link to the Botnet Removal Centre. The users will be facilitated with a Bot Removal Tool -powered by Quick Heal.
M-Kavach an antivirus solution for mobile devices is a part of the project which includes security tools like USB Pratirodh – a desktop access control application for connected storage devices, AppSamvid – an application whitelisting tool for Windows OS, and browser extension called Browser JSGuard.
You can visit the official website of the Cyber Swachhta Kendra here.
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WhatsApp’s New Feature Will Allow You To Track Your Friends’ Location in real-time.
You will very soon be able to track the whereabouts of your friends in real-time. Thanks to WhatsApp, the instant messaging app that is working on a feature that will track the live location of its members.
As per a tweet by WABetaInfo, a new Live Location Tracking feature has been found on both the Android and iOS Beta versions 2.16.399 and version 184.108.40.206 respectively.
The tracking can be kept on for 1 minute, 2 minutes, 5 minutes or can be enabled indefinitely. This feature will be useful when you want to see whether your friends have reached a particular location or not or how far away everyone in the group is from the destination. The feature can also be disabled so that your group members do not know where you are at any given moment.
The “Live Location Tracking” is disabled by default, which means that WhatsApp needs to activate it when it is ready to be launched.
The Facebook-owned messaging app is also planning to add a new edit and revoke feature. The feature has been spotted for a beta version and may soon be available to all. According to the leak, sent messages on WhatsApp beta version iOS 220.127.116.119 will get a separate Revoke option, which will allow users to revert a message that has been sent but not read. When clicked on the option, it would recall the sent message. Similarly, one can edit the message that has been sent but not yet read by near and dear ones. Currently, both the features are disabled by default.
Despite appearing in WhatsApp’s beta release, the Facebook-owned service has yet to confirm when the new features will be formally released. Also, there is no news when these would arrive on other platforms.