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Additional Open Source Findings on Indian Influence Operations against Pakistan

An emerging disinformation analysis forum called EU Disinfo Lab recently published a damning report which uncovers a network of 265 fake online media fronts used for coordinated influence operations to serve Indian interests. Detection of Indian-sponsored and anti-Pakistan content networks took place since early October, when investigations revealed that a

Business

BMW to introduce cheaper car models in Pakistan

In a recent development, Renault announced to establish a plant to assemble cars in 2018 in Pakistan. Apparently, the new auto policy is finally showing progress in the country. In order to expand its business in Pakistan, BMW is introducing new lower end and mid-range models. As a proof, it has already launched its second generation BMW X1. Managing Director of BMW Middle East Group, Johannes Seibert stated that BMW X1 was launched in order to draw the attention of

Technology

How Does a Casual User Benefit from a VPN?

Privacy and security have taken priority in people’s minds lately owing to the increasing threat of online surveillance and cyberattacks. Which is why more people are turning to VPN services to protect themselves and their data. Being concerned about online safety doesn’t mean it’s necessary to cover everything in tinfoil and become a paranoid shut-in. Companies have been using VPN technology for years to protect their employees and digital assets. But it is getting increasingly popular with casual internet users

Cricket

Pakistan becomes No. 1 test team for the second time since 1988

Ladies and Gentlemen! Please stand up and applaud Pakistan Cricket team on becoming the No. 1 test team in the world. They have achieved this feat under the leadership of Misbah-ul-Haq. This is the 2nd time in the history of Pakistan test cricket that they have achieved No. 1 position in test cricket since 1988. Pakistan Cricket team was hated by the fans in 2010 all across the world for obvious reasons. There were calls to ban Pakistan Cricket for

Opinion

Cyber Intrusions into India’s Nuclear Infrastructure Should Alarm the IAEA

Reports sourced from chatter on Twitter reveal that India’s nuclear power infrastructure is being targeted by as-yet unknown cyber intruders. It is now known that the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant (KKNPP) in Tamil Nadu was a victim of cyber intrusion. On 28th October, a handle associated with the network security community brought the matter to light by tagging Brian Bartholomew, a prominent researcher at Kaspersky Lab. https://t.co/aBVxrJKIao Interesting potential DTRACK (CC @Mao_Ware ) Dumps the data mined output via manually