E Com Security Solutions: Security Blog

The Official Security Blog of E Com Security Solutions for advancing the security capabilities of leading businesses and organizations throughout the world.


More than a Million Google Accounts on Android got compromised with Gooligan Malware

Is your google account hacked? Over 1 million google accounts have been compromised till now! Gooligan is an Android Malware that infects and compromised Google accounts. The malware steals authentication details and can access Google apps including Gmail, Google Photos, Google Docs, Google Play, Google Drive etc.

Pavankumar Bolisetty, is awarded as “BFSI Tech Maestro” by the BFSI Council

Pavankumar Bolisetty, the founder of E Com Security Solutions' & fondly referred as the Indian Firewall is awarded as "BFSI Tech Maestro" on November 12, 2016. Pavankumar Bolisetty, India's most talented & well known ethical hacker and entrepreneur has been awarded as BFSI Tech Maestro by the BFSI (Banking, Financial

DDOS Attack on Dyn DNS causing major web sites inaccessible

A distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack against DynDNS is causing many major websites inaccessible which include Twitter, Reddit, Tumblr, New York Times, Boston Globe, PlayStation Network and more reportedly inaccessible. DDOS stands for Dedicated Denial of Service and this occurs when a website gets more hits than it can

October 21st, 2016|Categories: Security NEWS|

ATM Cards of Indian based Banks Hacked, 3.2 Million Cards Affected

SBI, HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, YES Bank and Axis Bank were among the worst. About 2.6 million affected cards are reportedly on the Visa and Mastercard platform, while 600,000 are on RuPay Banks in India will either replace or ask users to change the security codes of as many as

October 20th, 2016|Categories: Cyber Crime, Security NEWS|

TalkTalk is fined £400,000 after 150,000 customer details were compromised in 2015

The Information Commissioner's Office issued the fine – the largest ever for a data protection incident – to the company following an investigation after it found it was easy for hackers to access customer data. Investigators from the ICO found that hackers were able to get into TalkTalk's systems "with